Infant and Newborn Care
Created By Team ParentCircle, On Dec 07, 2017
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#YOUR100WORDSTORY: APRIL 2021 | MY MOTHERHOOD JOURNEY!
As we celebrate National Safe Motherhood Day on April 11, 2021 enforcing the need, availability and adequate access to women and childcare during pregnancy, childbirth, and postnatal services. We would like you to share your motherhood journeys with us. It could be related to facing difficulty in conceiving, getting used to new routine, challenges of being a new mom, postpartum care, or any special moment of being a mother! We are sure your stories will inspire and motivate many other new moms. Entries accepted until April 30, 2021.May 03, 2021
Describe your feeling when you saw your little one for the first time!
Hurray! You have found Egg Number 3. Describe your feeling when you saw your little one for the first time! We'd love to hear your cute responses! And no, it's not yet over! We have more eggs for you to hunt for! Go on, here's your CLUE FOR EGG 4: Spending family time without any distraction; Is the essence of real connection. Sounds familiar? Then hurry! In case you missed finding Egg No 1 and 2, here are your clues. CLUE #1: Home Remedies, Health, Hygiene and Food; A Community of nourishment for every Mood! CLUE #2: Earning, Spending, Investing and Saving; All about the know-how of Money Planning! Byee!Apr 05, 2021
How to build a sleep routine for your Infant | Baby Sleep Day
New-borns follow their own sleep schedule. Sometimes it may get very hard for parents to wake up several times in the night. No doubt, each baby has a different sleep pattern - some may start to sleep through the night by 23 months of age, but some don't. Here is an easy, quick guide for parents on how to help their baby build a sleep routine: https://bit.ly/3sAInIYFeb 28, 2021
Have you missed on your child's vaccines due to the pandemic?
The routine childhood immunization services were substantially disrupted due to the COVID-19 pandemic since many parents were reluctant to leave home due to fear of infection from the COVID-19 virus. But with services slowly getting back to the norm, is it safe for parents to get their children vaccinated? The answer is yes! It is important that infants and young children keep their vaccinations up to date to protect them from deadly diseases. Dr. Benny Benjamin, Senior Consultant Paediatrician & Neonatologist, Fortis Malar Hospital says "Parents need to consult and visit their doctor's office immediately to catch up on missed vaccines without further delay while maintaining safety protocols. There is a risk of vaccine-preventable diseases due to missed vaccines. Health centers, clinics, and hospitals may have designated vaccine clinics on specific days to separate vaccines from fever cases to reduce the risk of COVID-19. It is also important to share the image of the vaccination chart with your doctor who can advise on where to catch up for priority and optional vaccines." For more on "Why Vaccines are important?" Read here: https://bit.ly/2N6iiBSJan 18, 2021
#YOUR100WORDSTORY: September 2020 | Taking care of your newborn during COVID-19
TOPIC: Taking care of your newborn during COVID-19. Pen down your thoughts in 100 words and stand a chance to win exciting gift vouchers and be a part of our community of parent bloggers! SUBMIT ORIGINAL ENTRIES ONLY!!! Entries accepted until 30th September 2020.Sep 30, 2020
ALL ABOUT BREAST FEEDING! Have a query? Click Here!
Being a new parent can be daunting, but you don't have to do it alone! Share your concerns and get opinions from experts and fellow parents. This is also a space for you to share your parenting experiences with other young parents.
#YOUR100WORDSTORY: May 2020
TOPIC: Share with us the challenges that you have faced in parenting an infant! Pen down your thoughts in 100 words and stand a chance to win exciting gift vouchers and be a part of our community of parent bloggers! SUBMIT ORIGINAL ENTRIES ONLY!!! Entries accepted until 31st May 2020.May 31, 2020
Nutrition for your Baby
Being a new parent can be challenging, especially one it comes to your baby's nutrition. But, do not worry, you are not alone. Share your concerns, engage with other parents from across the country and have your queries answered by experts.Apr 17, 2020