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Post by chandoo » Sep 03, 2012 Views: 11464

Cute Picture of The Day


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Post by dua » Sep 04, 2012

Cute snap


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Post by alishass2040 » Sep 24, 2012

nice


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Post by kwl583 » Nov 26, 2012

No doubt .It is so cute and awesome.

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Post by animenendoroid » Jun 13, 2013

1. Live in your pajamas. In many cultures, the first few weeks postpartum are spent inside resting and doing nothing but tending to the newborn. Friends and family take over the cooking, cleaning, and taking care of older children while the mother is left to rest. Many American mothers are quick to resume their regular activities much more quickly and spend less time off their feet. Being in your pajamas all day can help create the mindset that it's ok to lounge around as much as possible, which can minimize the rush to get back into the swing of your hectic schedule.

2. Learn the secret benefits of breastfeeding. Breastfed newborns tend to need to be fed much more frequently than formula-fed babies. Maintain lots of skin-to-skin contact and nurse frequently to support your body's natural response to produce milk. It might feel like your full time job is to feed your baby, and in the first few weeks it really is the most important job you’ll have to focus on. The plus side to all the nursing is you can hopefully put your feet up, sip on herbal tea, and rest at the same time. Nursing also stimulates the release of oxytocin, which returns the uterus to a nonpregant size.

3. Eat around the clock. Lots of nutritious food is need to support the body as it recovers from the physical act of pregnancy and childbirth. Especially if you are getting up with your newborn every few hours, you’ll maintain your energy if you eat around the clock. Get help preparing easy to eat snacks to have on hand, like chopped fruit, vegetables, and protein-rich cookies. I even set up a mini-bar in my room for my own around the clock feedings, which included dried fruit, nuts, and hot herbal tea in a thermos.

4. Adjust your expectations. After giving birth to her second child, a friend questioned why it seemed like other new mothers had it together and she felt like she couldn’t get anything done. Society sets a high expectation for what a women “shouldâ€￾ be able to accomplish and how she should look soon after having a baby. Anyone who’s taken care of a newborn knows it is a full-time job, and made more challenging by the sleep deprivation. Be kind to yourself and instead of worrying about what you aren't able to do, focus instead on what do you want to be doing during the fleeting first few weeks of your baby’s life.

5. Ask for help. Chances are you have friends and family who are more than willing to help on some level, especially if it means they can hold a newborn in the process. As difficult as it can be to ask for or accept help, take advantage of it while you have the chance. I still greatly appreciate one friend who cooked me a steak the week my daughter was born and the other who bought me a few items I needed at the pharmacy. There’s always the chance to return the favor with a bottle of wine or a bunch of flowers when you are back on your feet.

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Post by phillipsshawn » Oct 30, 2013

really cute pic

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Post by simmi » Nov 28, 2013

How cute it is..


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