It’s a big question for a lot of new mommies, can I go back to work and still breastfeed my child? The resounding answer is happily ‘yes’, you will just need a little preparation to make it a successful transition. You will need to invest in a good breast pump and a double pump will be best. If your office has a nursery, you will … Continue reading Can I Breastfeed After I Go Back to Work?
Last week we looked at how easy it is breastfeed and noted that there are some challenges that women face when breast feeding. Today we look at some of the physical challenges that may arise. When making the decision to breastfeed, it’s a good idea to review the possible challenges with your partner so that should these challenges arrive your well informed partner can provide … Continue reading What are Some of the Common Challenges of Breast Feeding?
We have spoken about the importance of manners in previous posts, especially for older children, but at what point can we really start teaching our little ones the intricacies of manner culture? Of course we lead by example and aim to show courtesy in our behavior in front of children, which of course does ingrain in their young minds, but what and when can we … Continue reading Play Time: Manners Managed
The benefits of proper breathing techniques, not just for pregnancy, but also during labour. Continue reading Breathing During Pregnancy
The saying goes… “A mother’s job is never done” … words so true. I salute you, moms, for all that you do! Yet please (yes I am begging) if there is one thing you can do for yourself and even more importantly for the ones you love, then it’s this… “take care of yourself!” Any good working machine needs a recharge to run optimally mother! … Continue reading Take Care of Yourself Mommy
Prep/ Cooking Time: 15 minutes/30 minutes Servings: makes 8 servings Storage: Store in an airtight container for up to 5 days in the fridge. Equipment: 2 mixing bowls, 2 pans, baking pan Served warm, straight from the oven, or chilled as dessert, there’s almost nothing to beat this lovely treat. A perfect lunch box accompaniment your little one will love. Ingredients 6 tablespoons sugar, divided 3/4 cups of … Continue reading Lunch Box Snack of the Week: No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Cookies
Prep/ Cooking Time: 10 minutes/1 hour Servings: Makes 5 servings Storage: Serve immediately, or keep for up to 2 days Equipment: 2 pots Ingredients: 3 cups dried black-eyed beans 2 onions, chopped 2 fresh tomatoes, diced water 5 garlic cloves, minced 1 cup fresh dill, chopped 1 cup fresh parsley, chopped 2 tablespoons tomato paste 4 tablespoons olive oil salt rice, nut and coriander to serve Method: Wash … Continue reading Mighty Mom’s Meatless Monday: Black-eyed Bean Stew