Posts by Kaffy Wale

4 Sure Ways To Encourage Your Baby To Start Talking

Literally speaking, babies are born ready to learn many of the skills they will need as time goes by. Starting from birth, they hearken to the words and sounds in their surroundings and attempt to make meaning of them all.

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4 Reasons Why Some Mums Choose Not To Breastfeed

Despite being a natural process following childbirth, breastfeeding affects women differently. For a number of reasons, not all women will be able to breastfeed their child or some will opt not to for personal reasons other than fragile health conditions.

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6 Things TTC Mums Want To Know (But Are Afraid To Ask) About Baby-Making Sex

Baby-making sex can slowly turn into a pre-ovulatory chore for couples struggling to conceive. If your fertility and that of your partner is good, it is the easiest thing ever to have a baby, the most important thing is to

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8 Surprising Things That Increase Your Chances Of Having Twins

The idea of having twins is a fond thought for many Nigerian women because we just love children! Clearly, not everyone can have twins, however, certain facts may be an eye-opener for you, if you wish to increase your chances

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Baby Recipe: Avocado Puree With A Dash Of Lime Juice

Avocado is considered an excellent stage one starter food for babies because in just one serving of avocado baby food there is plenty of essential vitamins, minerals and healthy fats that are valuable for the baby’s growth and development. Avocado

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Spina Bifida: Risks And Prevention

Birth defects are a leading cause of death for infants during the first year of life. They are structural or functional abnormalities present at birth that cause physical or mental disability. In the case of Spina Bifida also called ‘Split

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Miscarriage: Causes, Signs, And What To Expect After

In medical terms, a miscarriage is known as ‘Spontaneous abortion’. About 8 out of 10 miscarriages happen in the first 3 months. It is a fairly common loss and in fact, 10-20% of pregnancies end in miscarriage. Despite how common

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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: Risks, Causes & Prevention

It is a concern for parents of newborns that their baby might suddenly stop breathing during the night, and although the risks that that will happen with an apparently healthy infant is very minimal, yet you should still understand the

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Anovulation: Causes, Symptoms And Everything You Must Know About Getting Pregnant Despite It

Approximately every month an egg will mature within one of your ovaries, and be released in readiness for fertilization by sperm. This means pregnancy is potentially possible at that time. While ovulation is the monthly release of eggs from the

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Understanding Baby Blues And Postpartum Depression

However excited you are to finally get to know that tiny newborn that you fantasized about throughout your pregnancy, having a baby is a life-changing event that changes your world. Coping with roller-coaster hormones and lack of sleep, it’s no

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Signs Your Toddler Is Ready To Be Potty-Trained

Understanding when your toddler is ready to transition from diapers to potty training can be a little daunting for some mums, there are however a number of surefire signs that just shows it’s time to begin the transition. One of

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New Mum, Korra Obidi, Shows Off Her Belly, Four Days Postpartum | See what She Credits Her Success To

Vivacious new mum, Korra Obidi was very active during her pregnancy, much so that she had to put up with a lot of criticisms from social media users who believed she was doing too much and endangering her life as

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Mum-Of-Two, Ese Walter, Narrates How Her Friend Told Her Ex-Husband Things She Told Her In Confidence

Mum-of-two, Ese Walter has shared her thoughts on boundaries when it comes to one’s friends and one’s marriage in a Facebook post. The writer was reacting to actress, Funke Akindele’s assertion that her friends are not permitted to call her

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Pediatrician, Nkechi Obinwa Explains Why Mums Should Not Mix Antifungal Creams With Their Baby’s Body Cream

In an attempt to lighten their baby’s complexion, many Nigerian mums consider it safe to turn to anti-fungal creams. Mums who engage in such practices consider it a more discreet approach than using actual bleaching creams on their child’s skin

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Actress Dolly Nwaduba Blames The Recent Terrible Heartbreak She Suffered On Her Toxic Behaviours

The thoughts of revenge that overwhelmed Nollywood actress and producer, Dolly Nwaduba after she suffered a devastating heartbreak alludes to the truth in the saying that ‘Hell has no fury like a woman scorned’. The light skinned actress, writer and

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NAFDAC Takes Action Against Poisonous Hides (Ponmo) In Lagos Markets

Growing concerns over the proliferation of Lagos markets with poisonous cow skin, popularly called ponmo has caught the attention and necessitated the intervention of  the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, NAFDAC. The regulatory agency has moved

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Pre-eclampsia Risk During Pregnancy Lowered With High-Fibre Diet- Study

There is scientific evidence backing the lowered risk of pre-eclampsia during pregnancy if pregnant mums can adhere to a healthy meal plan c0ntaining high fibre according to a new study. Researchers from the University of Sydney’s Charles Perkins Centre, the

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WHO Issues Guidelines To Reduce Risk Of Dementia

The World Health Organisation has unveiled its recommendations on how to reduce the risk of dementia globally in a report released on Tuesday. In the report, WHO also warned against taking dietary supplements, such as vitamins B and E, in

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Twitter User, Nedu Money Raises Concern Over Kanu Nwankwo Marrying His Wife As “A Child”

A Nigerian lady probably incensed from the trending debates on sexual violence and child abuse has taken to social media to voice her concerns over the marriage between former footballer, Kanu Nwankwo, and his wife, Amara. The football star married

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How Couples Gave Birth To Other People’s Babies In Heartbreaking IVF Mix-Up

A couple gave birth to twins, thinking they were theirs, only to later discover that there was an IVF mix-up and the woman had been implanted with two other women’s babies. The Asian American couple, Queens in New York, were forced

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Ovulation Facts Every Woman Should Know

Many women will get curious or try to understand the term ‘ovulation’ only if they have difficulty getting pregnant. However, ovulation is such a vital part of a woman’s life that you should not wait until you are having difficulty

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Miley Cyrus Dishes About Not Being A Stereotypical Wife

Controversial pop-singer, Miley Cyrus opened up about her complex and modern marriage in ELLE’s August 2019 cover story. Miley married Australian born US actor, Liam Hemsworth in 2018 after an on-again-off-again relationship. In 2015, the singer came out as pansexual

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R&B Singer R.Kelly Arrested In Chicago On Federal Sex Crimes

Grammy Award-winning singer R. Kelly was finally arrested in Chicago as part of steps to make him answer to his crimes. Kelly, 52, was arrested on Thursday by New York police detectives and investigators with the Department of Homeland Security

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Celebrity Mum, Mercy Aigbe Reassures Her Newly Turned 18-Year-Old Daughter She Will Always Have Her Back

Celebrity mum-of-two, Mercy Aigbe is one elated mum today as her first child Michelle turns 18. The actress shared a portrait of herself and her look-alike daughter and penned down a heartfelt birthday message to her.  In her emotional post,

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AliBaba Has Word For Women Defending Senator Elisha Abbo And Their Ilks

Veteran Nigerian actor and dad-of-three, Atunyota Alleluya Akpobome, popularly known by his stage name Alibaba, has taken to his Instagram account to lament the plight of women but most importantly the role that other women play in the suffering of the

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