Category Nursing mums

“My Heart Has Never Been So Full.” – Agbani Darego On Celebrating Motherhood

Nigerian model and beauty queen, Agbani Darego, MFR, 35, is definitely basking in the euphoria of motherhood. The 2001 Miss World, who recently welcomed a baby boy with her husband, Ishaya Danjuma, can’t contain her joy at being a mom.

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Linda Ikeji Declares Her One Wish For Every Woman And It Is Gracious

Nigerian Celebrity blogger, Linda Ikeji, 38, has revealed one heartfelt prayer she has for every woman, in a new post. The obviously elated new-mom-of-1 took to her Instagram page to share photos of herself and ‘Baby J‘, as she prayed

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How Post-Natal Depression Almost Made First-Time Mom, Emma Martin Do This

Emma Martin, 29, from Woking, Surrey; admits she viewed her pregnancy as an ‘inconvenience’ and ‘felt no love’ for her baby after he was born. The first-time mom told how crippling postnatal depression left her feeling so low she deleted every photo

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See Why The Minister Of Health, Prof. Isaac Adewole Admonish Men To Leave Their Wives’ Breasts And The Benefits In It For Them

The Minister of Health, Prof. Isaac Folorunso Adewole has urged husbands to stop struggling with their babies over breasts, but rather allow their wives to put the babies on exclusive breast milk. The minister also revealed that he was having

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7 Nigerian Local Foods To Boost Your Milk Supply

Moyin Kalu Ensuring that your baby has enough milk supply is number one priority for nursing mothers, especially exclusive nursing mothers. You are your baby’s source of food, especially, in those first few months. That is why it is very alarming

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Husband Gifts Wife Brand New Car For Exclusively Breastfeeding Their Baby

According to Dr. Sunday Yerumuoh, the Director of Primary Health Care in Akoko-Edo Local Government Area of Edo, exclusive breastfeeding of every infant for the first six months would give them access to vital nutrients for growth. He said adequate breastfeeding provides

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Breastfeeding Lowers Risk of Heart Disease and Stroke for Mothers, Study Suggests

Breastfeeding is not only beneficial for babies but it could prevent women suffering a stroke or developing heart disease in later life, scientists have concluded. Previous studies have suggested that mothers get short-term health benefits from breastfeeding, such as weight

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Expert Warns Mothers About The Dangers Of Using Cow Urine Concoction To Treat Convulsions

A paediatrician, Dr. Adeboye Nurudeen of the Department of Paediatrics, University of Ilorin Teaching Hospital (UITH) has warned mothers against the use of cow urine concoction as curative measure for convulsing children as practiced in some parts of the country. He

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So Touching! University Professor Helps Babysit Student’s Child During Exams

Twitter user, @adewryght shared photos of a professor at the University of Alassane Ouattara, Bouaké, Côte d’Ivoire, who was pictured helping a nursing mother babysit her crying baby during exams. For his benevolence, he has been praised by many while some commenters blasted him for multi-tasking

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Yay or Nay? Mums Share Public Breastfeeding Photos

These photos of breastfeeding mothers feeding their babies in public aims at showing that openly breastfeeding in public is cool. What do you think? Yay or Nay?    

6 Ways to Make Bottle Feeding More Pleasant For Your Baby

Ireyimika Oyegbami While some mothers claim that they were able to nurse their newborns from birth to their first birthday without making use of a single feeding bottle, other mothers are quick to testify of how the feeding bottle made

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4 Benefits Of Breastfeeding Your Baby To Sleep

Ireyimika Oyegbami Many mothers have come to recognise breastfeeding as a quick way to get their baby to bed down or to go back to sleep especially if they wake during the night. Breast milk is a natural sleep tonic;

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BREASTFEEDING: How to Tell If Your Baby Is Properly Latched On or Not

Donna Murray A good latch is one of the most important aspects of breastfeeding. When your baby latches on well, you are much more likely to be successful at nursing your child. With a poor latch, your baby will not get

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