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 on: June 19, 2019, 09:46:59 pm 
Started by Ye Sayson - Last post by preciouslara
 grade 1 nowadays needs to be good on reading na...not so much on writing if he can writes his name alphabet etc its good...dont be too strict it might give him stress, set a time for studying everyday so it will be his habit atleast an hour session is ok..after school when he arrives at least give him time to rest play a little, then study na kayo..dont shout ,it causes stress when you feel that your patience will snap in a moment, leave him for awhile drink water until you relax..they will never absorb anything if we use force..make your studying much fun for him, singing while writing the alphabet sorts of things like that..no matter what results he brings at home just acknowledge that he is trying in school, children learns in their own pace no need to stress to much

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 on: June 19, 2019, 09:34:49 pm 
Started by Karen Joy Macapasir - Last post by preciouslara
even when you're ebf doesnt mean you will not get pregnant especially now that you already got your period back..so if you're not ready for another child better start visiting your ob for a family planning consultation para malaman mo ano mas safe kay baby since on ebf ka...

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 on: June 19, 2019, 09:26:51 pm 
Started by M B - Last post by preciouslara
well im not breastfeeding right now since my daughter is already 8 , but i can give a lot of tips since i have breast fed her for 3 years and a half. first you body must be really prepared since you'll be feeding your baby with your milk, healthy diet, vitamins  is all you need and lots of fluids...from water to sabaw to malunggay everything that helps you produce tons of milk, you need it..i suggest for working moms to try putting their milk on a bottle as early as possible coz thats the part where my problem starts, well its just on my case..since im a stay at home mom, i exclusive breast fed my baby, i didnt think that it will matter since im just at home the struggle is when we are going out, even if i pump my milk and put it on the bottle my daughter will not drink it, she hates feeding bottles, ive tried all the brand from the cheapest to the most expensive brand name it , i've bought it all but she still refuse to drink from the bottle..she just want my boobies 😉 pros is when the babies woke up at night you dont need to get up and prepare a mix coz you just put your breast out and your good to go and still breast milk is really the best for babies

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 on: June 19, 2019, 08:58:39 pm 
Started by lei09 - Last post by preciouslara
maybe you can just make the atmosphere sleepy, like playing soft instrumental music, dim the light a little bit or lessen the times they sleep in the morning so when night comes its easier for them to sleep..depends on how old your kids are, but 1 year old really needs adjustments since at that age they are just actually starting to get a hold of their sleeping schedule it change as time passes..maybe  try to let him do a lot of physical activities when he's awake so his energy will be drained when night hits 😊

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 on: June 19, 2019, 01:50:33 pm 
Started by Mommy Jazz - Last post by Parentchat Admin
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 on: June 19, 2019, 01:39:18 am 
Started by youngmom@20 - Last post by Lelet Morata
Ako nag take ako ng dhapne nung ntpus ang means ko the last week ng april nag karoon nnmn ako at malakas kaya nag disisyon ako na mag stop nalang may hnd ako nag karon hanggang ngaun hnd pa

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 on: June 19, 2019, 01:22:10 am 
Started by amber - Last post by Lelet Morata
Hi po mga sis am ask ko sana kc nag take po ako ng dhapne na pills last april po pagkatapus pu ng piriod ko tapus po nag karun nnmn po ako ng 27 ng april kaya po nag disisyon na po ako na ihinto ang pills tapus pu may hnd na po ako nag karon hanggang ngaun po hnd pa ako nag kakaron ano po kaya dapat ko gawin

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 on: June 18, 2019, 11:36:09 pm 
Started by lei09 - Last post by Isabel Belen
Hi momshie, yung baby ko ang hirap patulugin lately, gusto lagi laro, any advice pano siya masleep train? Thanks in advance

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 on: June 18, 2019, 11:06:28 pm 
Started by M B - Last post by M B
I'm doing a survey in order to better help yung mga bagong Moms, Just wondering guys ano ba yung mga biggest struggles ninyo when it comes to breastfeeding and having enough milk?

I'll be giving an ebook about breastfeeding to 5 people who give the most detailed answers as well.

Thanks!  ;D

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 on: June 18, 2019, 04:57:32 pm 
Started by Jay Carale - Last post by mommyjessie
I have a niece who is living with us has mumps... does my 2month old baby get infected by mumps/beke??

Mumps is caused by a virus that spreads easily from person to person through infected saliva. If you're not immune, you can contract mumps by breathing in saliva droplets from an infected person who has just sneezed or coughed. You can also contract mumps from sharing utensils or cups with someone who has mumps.

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