Will u postpone lo appointment at hospital due to current virus outbreak? My lo has 1 kkh appt in May and another in Aug.
Nope. We’ll proceed with caution. This virus is not the only organism that can make my baby ill so I have to ensure we proceed with planned vaccinations and follow up checkups.
I wouldn’t. COVID-19’s here to stay for a while. If the appointments are important, I would go for them. I bring my baby for all her vaccinations, and take the necessary precautions. My husband and I mask up, and we wash our hands before handling baby. Baby’s in the carrier so she’s kept close to us. While waiting, we stand far apart from othersRead more
If it's vaccination appts its best not to postpone...
just go for it.
Not if need be
Go for it
I would just explain it matter of fact. This is what I tell my 3 year old. Mama and papa are married. We love each other so much and we wanted to have a baby, you - to represent our love. When people are married they have sex. Sometimes when they have sex, the papa ejaculates sperm (looks like a tadpole) and the mama releases an egg (like a chicken) at the same time and those two meet each other and do a mating dance. If they are a correct match - the sperm and the egg, fertilisation occurs and soon a fetus develops in the womb (near my tummy) The fetus becomes a baby- you!Pudding Zhang
I suggest that you visit the school, look at the environment, hygiene, how the teachers interact with the children & etc. Check out the vibes that the children give out, are they genuinely happy or like military trained. You may want to look out for certain things(eg. Time table, their curriculum, mode of communication(e.g. communication book, email or facebook?) , the set up of the environment if it safe(e.g. any gate at staircase if it is double storey? If the classroom are clutter & messy?)Anonymous
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