Saturday, October 26, 2013

Test Post from Bloggeroid

Hi there!! I must admit, I suck at keeping up with this blog. I am not as consistent as I used to so please forgive this very busy momma down here. I'm caught up with taking care of our little darling and with my work. Trying my very best to manage my time as effectively as can, I'm not saying I've perfected it but it's always a work in progress. Plus I also have Kuya Yen and hubby tagging behind my back. :-)

I came across with Bloggeroid, downloaded and installed it. It says that I can update my blog with this application which is what I'm trying to do a this very moment. That sound downright convenient for me! With that said, I'm going for the publish button now and post away!! :-)

posted from Bloggeroid

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Britain's Royal Baby Arrives



Finally the royal baby has arrived! It's a boy for Prince William and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge.

The former Kate Middleton gave birth to the couple's first child, a son, on Monday afternoon at a London hospital.

The birth was announced via a formal press release issued by Kensington Palace, which stated that the duchess "was safely delivered of a son" at 4:24 p.m., local time, weighing 8 lbs., 6 oz. The world may have to wait considerably longer to learn the baby's name -- the royal family will reveal it in an official statement in the coming hours or days.

Read more about Brittain's royal baby here

Clothing Choices When Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding changed my clothing preference and it ruled out a lot of my old clothes. I remember coming home from the hospital and realized that a lot of my clothes wasn't fit for breastfeeding.

Every time we leave our home, formula and feeding bottles are always packed with us. Well that's not my idea! According to Peterson it's for cases when baby should eat in public places. But I am too devoted with my breastfeeding that I refuse to give my little one a bottle (I've always dreaded nipple confusion). So yeah, I breastfeed even in public places.

Peterson's not very comfortable with the idea of having his wife's breast (even just an itsy bitsy skin) exposed to public! LOL So whenever it's baby's cue for feeding, we ran back to the car to feed him or worst we just go head back home. Yeah, hilarious and frustrating! So from then on, I make sure to wear discreet clothes/top, good to wear for breastfeeding specially in public. :)

 "Feed on the go discreetly and with ease" is something I keep in the back of my mind when purchasing new

 

Monday, July 22, 2013

Tips In Increasing Your Milk Supply


I know there are mommies out there that are having problems with low milk supply. I hope the following tips would help! :) Just be patient, never give up and stay hydrated! :)

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Are You Co - Sleeping With Your Child?

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Co-sleeping or bed-sharing means regularly sharing a bed with your child instead of sleeping separately. Many families sleep together all over the world but co-sleeping is very controversial in the United States because of its link to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Many states around the U.S. have seen co-sleeping deaths rise. Most government agencies cite the reasons for unsafe bed-sharing are mainly because of :Soft pillows, blankets, rolling off the bed (for an older baby), sleeping with other siblings as well, and/or parents being under the influence.


With my first son Ayne, he slept in his crib until he was 2 years old though occasionally we would let him sleep on our bed. Never did it became an issue whether we should co-sleep or not, but we always ensure his safety whether he's on his crib or sleeping with us.

With my little Kyler, I insisted not to buy a crib until he's old enough to roll on his own (I can't risk him falling off our bed). The main reason is that I want him to sleep beside me to make nighttime breastfeeding more convenient and


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