Even though I breastfed Kairo for a short period of time, moving onto combination feeding with expressed breast milk and ultimately onto formula, I feel good about being able to give Kairo this wonderful start in life as the benefits for both myself and Kairo were immeasurable.
You will need a lot of motivation to stick to your workout program and there is nothing that runs out like motivation.
Last week, during Kairo’s nap times, I pushed to see what I could get done in 30 minutes. I have to admit that I was surprised at how much I actually did. This is also a good way to get into new habits.
Speaking positively about yourself should be a habit, it should be something that you do on a daily basis without even thinking about it. Get into the habit of being positive.
Are you still looking for ideas for Christmas gifts or do you have a baby shower or birthday coming up in the next month or two?
Today I am sharing some of my favourite items which I have used for Kairo over the last few months … some of them I have just started using but I love them already and I am sure you will too!
“When your baby is born their skin is very dry and it is important to use a wipe which provides gentle, thorough cleansing while protecting your baby’s delicate, sensitive skin.”
She is almost 5 months old now and have settled into a natural schedule. We have decided that the time has come to introduce more firm, but flexible routines for Kairo.
Following on from last week’s post TRAVELING TIPS FOR TINY TOTS, I would like to discuss my favourite traveling companions in more detail today.
Having the correct equipment and planning ahead has made traveling a pleasant experience for us. Most important for us is using a good car seat, a lightweight travel stoller, baby carrier and well prepared travel bag.
“It’s great to know that at the end of the day, despite one’s occupation they are human like me. Every mom has the same fears I do and every woman has the same aspirations in life. We all want to provide for our children and give them a better life than we had.” – Tendesayi Ncube