Pregnancy, labor and delivery are now behind your back. Congratulations! Truth be told, there are times you will probably feel like you have no idea what to do or how to do it. I know the feeling, it’s just like that new job when you have to go through orientation, trial and error until you are accustomed to your new role. Give it time, you will soon develop your own [read more]
Our next one-day birthing class for expectant parents will be held on April 30th, 2011 at the Classic Guest House in Kileleshwa. It starts at 8am and ends at 4pm. Our One-day Birthing Classes provide a thorough overview of labor, birth and the first days with your baby. It defines the experience, and suggests ways in which you can go through labor with ease and comfort. Click here to book [read more]
Sue:“You look so nice girl! What have you been up to?” Ann: “Oh thanks my dear. It is this diet that I have been on! It has so worked!” Sue: “Please fill me in on it, it sure will do me some good..” This is a fairly common conversation among women. Diets work well only as long as you don’t get your body into starving mode. Starving mode will reduce [read more]
A few days ago someone told me that a friend of theirs suffers from insomnia (medical term that refers to sleeplessness). This is truly a distressful situation to be in. Many people do suffer from insomnia and if it is chronic you do need some medical assistance. Well, here are some tips you can try out to improve your chances of a good nights sleep.
Here are a few pictures from the 2010 Baby Banda Pregnancy & Baby Fair which was held last month at the Sarit Centre, Nairobi. Also in the pictures is Jennifer Omondi, author of a new book titled ‘Help! I’m a Mother’. It contains information many mothers would find useful and it was a great joy to share the stall with her.