Preparations for the baby arrival


Preparing to receive the arrival of a baby can be overwhelming, and much more as the expected date of delivery approaches. There are so many things to prepare at home, at work, in the family, in organization, in management, and above all on an emotional level!

This is our recommended Checklist ✅

1.- Baby clothes
This time all the clothes for the baby it has to be all soft, breathable, quick and easy change. Frogs, bodies and pajamas that are the essential items for daily use.

2.- Space at home for the baby
Something that gives us peace of mind to Moms is to have the furniture and space that the baby will occupy such as a crib, bassinet, changing table … and with enough bedding, sheets, protector, towels … all ready and organized with well in advance.

3.- Skin care products and hygiene supplies
We recommend new diaper brands using ecological biodegradable diapers to be environmental conscious! The big giant COSTCO carry the brand Bio Baby Eco Diapers in bulk!
Also, utensils to wash our baby bum when necessary (we highly recommend instead of natural sponge, where bacteria can always remain , organic biodegradable cotton gauze that you find in any natural products store) and also a lot of wipes.

4.- To get going with the baby

5.- postpartum and breastfeeding products
For postpartum and breastfeeding you also have to be prepared, you will need several things: organic cotton discs (reusable or not), lanolin for breasts, maternity pads, extra ration of panties (the first days even the disposable ones are recommended by the amount of flow), nursing bras, comfortable clothing, baggy and with front opening if possible, a breastfeeding pad!

6.- Connect with the baby
The most universal ways of communicating with the baby are thought, voice, sounds, movement and touch.

7.- Playing time! Stimulating our baby’s psychomotor system.
The sense of touch covers much more than the mere ability to feel with your hands if an object is hard or soft, rough or smooth.
This is only a tiny part.
It is enough to realize that the organ of perception of touch is toooda the surface of the body, ie the entire skin, to understand its magnitude.
The skin allows us tactile experiences absolutely all the time.
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8.- Take good care of yourself
You are going to be a mother and is an extraordinary experience, like nothing else in the whole world.
Enjoy it.
Rest well.
Sleep a bit more.
Do not you worry about anything.
A new life grows inside you, You are the chosen one, you are giving birth to a new life!

9.- Document yourself by reading books or articles. information is power!
We recommend visiting or your local bookstore nor local library. The options are endless!

10.- Face the fear
Fears are always an opportunity to grow, so you have to surrender to them, not deny them, accept them. It is about trying to transform fear into a challenge and trusting yourself.
The arrival of a baby is usually accompanied by a certain degree of fear.
Fear of complications, changes that come, childbirth, facing motherhood .
Keep in mind that fears are projecting us into the future, anticipating consequences, do not let yourself be dragged by it, connect with the now, with the present moment, enjoy every moment of your pregnancy with the fullest fulfillment!

Tips for having a positive pregnancy

Tips for having a positive pregnancy

The empathy and connection that manifests itself to pregnant women is evident. Despite being the most natural human circumstance that women can experience, and that bring us closer to that animal reality from which we come, a pregnancy does not leave anyone indifferent and we are always curious about the state of the future mother and her baby.
Take advantage of that ‘good roll’ halo that you detach and enhance family ties, with friends and even with people you do not know. You are in the ideal time to undertake small changes that will feed and make the wait more bearable.

Enjoy your cravings

You know you have to take care of yourself, but that does not mean avoiding the whims that you are going to crave these months. Chocolate, all sorts of sweets, jelly beans … Did you know that chocolate, for example, includes tryptophan in its preparation?

Tryptophan is a chemical that produces serotonin. This component is responsible for that feeling of happiness that produces many women to eat this rich delicacy. If you are worried about diet or stress, you can always opt for one hundred percent dark chocolate.

Pregnancy improve your social relationships

Take advantage of that ‘good vibes’ halo that you detach and enhance family ties, with friends and even with people you do not know. You are in the ideal time to undertake small changes that will feed and make the wait more bearable.

Treat yourself well and socialize more

Join the pregnancy preparation
classes, although you do not think you will need it, the case is to meet people in your situation with whom to share experiences. You may even be surprised at the level of confidence you can get with your pregnant partners in a matter of minutes. Hormones can play tricks on you, such as surprising yourself with a more aggressive or exaggerated reaction than usual to a most commonplace fact. It is normal. Try not to abuse it, but try to understand yourself and give yourself those seconds of relaxation before saying things you do not

Release stress

Ideally to release all that stress originated by your pregnancy. Socialize, talk, communicate as much as possible, experts say. Communication with your baby should be the priority in this new phase of expressiveness in your life. Rest assured that your baby will notice every physical and emotional change taking place within you.





Becoming a Dad!!!

You will become a father, Congratulations!!! Now you are a fundamental pillar of the couple and your son, and to accompany the future mother during her pregnancy, we share some things that the future father should know:

Hormonal Revolution: Yes, maybe your wife is a little screaming, crying, or mood change behaviour, but it is not intentional, it is the pregnancy hormones fault,. Do not mention it she knows, just be patient.

Necessary rest: it is not lazy, it is not that now it is a victim by the pregnancy, is that its body needs rest, it demands it, it can fall asleep at any moment. So when possible let her sleep, acupate more of those things that maybe she does regularly, and so you practice for when the baby is the focal point of attention Mom.

Sex does not hurt the baby: There is no medical reason to avoid sex during pregnancy, on the contrary it is very pleasurable. If either of you feels self-conscious about the sexual encounter, then it’s time to be more creative and look for other ways to satisfy your desires as a couple.

She needs more pillows: if they have the right pillows on the bed it is time to buy new ones because as the pregnancy progresses she will need pillows to support her back, her belly, to place between her knees, so the best thing is That you have some reservation so that you do not end up sleeping on the mattress.

She is the protagonist: Although it is a thing of two and without father would not have achieved pregnancy, during these 9 months she is the protagonist, she takes the gestation forward and touches the father support, we understand that you would like to have a greater recognition, So we suggest you make flannels or shirts that announce the good news, sure you will not go unnoticed.
Congratulations dad and thanks for everything you do!






Pregnancy, kids and allergies

‘Pregnancy, Kids and Allergies!’ 🤒😷👶

Having a kid with allergies is something that requires lots of patience and commitment. Because it is important to be aware and careful of what our kid it’s about to eat checking all ingredients of the food that we purchase in the supermarket or meals in the restaurant menu.

What is an allergy or an allergic reaction?!

A damaging immune response by the body to a substance, especially pollen, fur, a particular food, or dust, to which it has become hypersensitive.
Those “Invaders” in our organism makes our body react causing allergy symptoms such as rashes, breathing shortage, swollen muscles and in the worse cases Anaphylactic reactions (anaphylaxis) are sudden, widespread, potentially severe and life-threatening allergic reactions. Anaphylactic reactions often begin with a feeling of uneasiness, followed by tingling sensations and dizziness.

The main food or products that presents higher risks of causing an allergy are those containing milk, some fruits, eggs, fish, dried fruits, nuts, chocolate and wheat.

That Is why it’s highly recommended start introducing this food after the first year of age. Also, dry fruit could cause our kid choking with that, if is not older enough to chewing food.
It’s better to introduce new foods to our baby doing it little by little and being aware of the outcome or be suspicious of any allergy reaction.

Are some allergies that disappear in time that our kids growing and their liver mature and get used to the food. But it’s highly recommended making an appointment with your doctor or pediatrician for testing and treatment.

The information provided on the Website is for informational purposes only and is not professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or care, nor is it intended to be a substitute therefor. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider.


Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression (PPD)

Symptoms of Postpartum depression (PPD), also called postnatal depression, is a type of mood disorder associated with childbirth which can affect both sexes. Symptoms may include extreme sadness, low energy, anxiety, changes in sleeping or eating patterns, crying episodes, and irritability.

Emotional and thinking changes
You might:
* be in a low mood a lot of the time
* feel teary or sad all the time
* feel like a failure, or hopeless, guilty, worthless and ashamed
* feel angry or cranky
* have trouble thinking clearly, concentrating or remembering things
* be thinking about suicide.
Behaviour and social changes
You might:
* fear being alone or going out
* fear being alone with your baby
* lose interest in activities you normally enjoy
* not look after yourself properly.
Physical signs
You might have:
* sleep problems – for example, you can’t sleep or you’re sleeping a lot more than usual
* changes in appetite – for example, you’re not eating or you’re overeating
* low energy levels.

Practical strategies for Postpartum depression (PPD)

Getting support
Getting support from your partner, family and friends is one of the best ways to manage antenatal and postpartum depression. Talking to someone who can understand how you’re feeling can help you to manage some of the symptoms.
A parents group or playgroup can be another source of support. At these groups you can meet other people who you can talk to about your experiences as a parent.
Looking after yourself
Your emotional wellbeing and your physical health are directly related. You can look after both by:
* getting regular exercise – any way you can get some movement into your day is good
* eating well – keep some simple food handy, like fresh vegetables cut up ready to eat with dips, fruit, yoghurt and wholegrain bread
* trying to rest – sleep when your baby is sleeping, go to bed early, and nap whenever you can.


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The information contained on this web site is presented for informational purposes only. Nothing contained on this web site should be construed nor is intended to be used for medical diagnosis or treatment. It should not be used in place of the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider. Should you have any health care related questions, please call or see your physician or other qualified health care provider promptly.



What is Gestational diabetes?!

It is the presence of high blood sugar (diabetes) that begins or is diagnosed for the first time during pregnancy.


Symptoms have been extended.
In most cases there are no symptoms. The diagnosis is made during a routine prenatal study.

Moderate symptoms such as extreme thirst or tremors may occur. Regularly these symptoms do not endanger the life of the pregnant woman.

Other symptoms may include:
*Blurry vision
*Frequent infections, including bladder, *vagina, and skin
*Increased thirst
*Increased urination


Pregnancy hormones can block the work that insulin does. When this happens, blood sugar levels in a pregnant woman can increase.

You are at increased risk of gestational diabetes if:

*You are over 25 years old when you become pregnant

*It comes from an ethnic group with a higher risk, such as Hispanic American, African American, Native American, Southeast Asian or Pacific Islander

*Have a family history of diabetes

*She gave birth to a baby who weighed more than 9 pounds (4 kg) or who had a congenital anomaly

*Have high blood pressure

*Has too much amniotic fluid

*You have had a miscarriage or stillbirth unexplained

*She was overweight before pregnancy
Increased weight during pregnancy
Polycystic ovarian syndrome.


The goals of treatment are to keep blood sugar (glucose) within normal limits during pregnancy and to make sure the fetus is healthy.


Your health care provider must keep you and your baby under control throughout your pregnancy. With fetal monitoring, the size and health of the fetus are evaluated.


The best way to improve your diet is to consume a variety of healthy foods. You should learn to read food labels and review them when making decisions about foods. Talk to your provider if you are a vegetarian or follow any other special diet.

In general, when you have gestational diabetes your diet should:

Be moderate in fat and protein.
Provide carbohydrates through foods that include fruits, vegetables, and complex carbohydrates (such as bread, cereal, pasta, and rice).
Include small amounts of foods that contain lots of sugar, such as soft drinks, fruit juices and sweet breads.
If dietary management does not control blood sugar (glucose) levels, medications taken or insulin treatment may be prescribed to control diabetes.

Most women with gestational diabetes will not need medications or insulin, but some will.

The information provided on the Web site/blog is for informational purposes only and is not professional medical advice, diagnosis, treatment or care, nor is it intended to be a substitute therefor. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider.



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