This app is so helpful! Every one here are so nice to share their advices and tips. As a first time mum I am so nervous about my parenting skills so im glad there is a forum Like this that can help asnwer my questions
I feel the same!
Exactly my opinion too
Totally agree with you!
Yes. A useful platform for ftm
No worries. Thanks for sharing.
I feel the same. Love this app. ❤
- Hi mummies, im so nervous about being a mother of 2. Everything is so fast and im more anxious as I’ll be starting a course soon in october. Due date for baby no#2 around may-june. Any tips and advices on parenting children under the age of 2?Ashila Rosman
- Is it ok to pat your baby back to help to spit out (to be exact vomit out) phlegm in her chest? My baby is just 4 mo, and have been coughing so bad. We are using nebulizer but I don't see its helpful as she is still coughing so bad. I am told to keep a watch till Friday to see if coughing will continue and becoming bronchitis. Any mum can share their experience? Thanks !Anonymous
- My mother in law has been a big help with the baby - but she is always around - and insists that the baby be in her room at night - so that I can get some sleep. As a result I am getting no "alone time" with my baby. It is making me feel miserable...but she is so helpful - how do i say something without hurting her feelings.
You're so lucky! But yes, while I envy you, I understand your concern. Perhaps you could have a sit down talk with your mother-in-law (MIL). If she is so helpful and concerned about you, I am sure she would understand your concern about bonding. Afterall, she is a mother herself and would know the importance of bonding. Before you start on the topic of wanting to bond more with your son, tell her that you have appreciated her help that she has willingly rendered and that you are grateful for it. "Melt her" a little bit before you get to the point. You'll score some brownies points too.Sumati T Nagrath