Most of the moms I know don’t want roses or diamonds for Valentine’s Day.
In my experience, as a mom and friend of many moms, what we want for Valentines Day are meaningful experiences that make our lives easier and enhance our relationships with the people we love.
As they grow, physically and mentally, their skin also changes!One of the most obvious changes will be, the appearance of their skin.If you are as confused as all of us are on how to manage and take care of your tween/pre-teen’s skin, don’t worry.
Let us help you understand and figure out how to teach your growing kids to take care of their growing skin!
As you welcome your new baby into your life, you may also be saying hello to some noticeable marks on your belly skin, from stretch marks and scars to loose skin, in the months after giving birth. If you're hoping to avoid some of these changes while keeping your belly skin as healthy as possible, there are a number of steps you can take during and after your pregnancy.
Your baby's first bath is an exciting milestone, but handling a tiny slippery-when-wet body in water can be a little nerve-wracking. But with all that said, your baby’s first bath is still a very joy-filled experience.
Feeling tender down there? Of course you are — you just had a baby!
Even if you didn’t tear or have an episiotomy, and especially if you did, you can expect some (or lots) of pain in your perineum after delivery. One way to score some relief is to soak in a sitz bath.