Moms who have been there, got this and returned that share what your newborn really needs. By Sr Burgie Ireland
As a mom to a newborn, you’re sure to encounter one or more of these health concerns during the first
Your baby will be whisked away after birth for his health checks, so it’s good to know what to expect.
A study, published in The Psychology of Music has found that lullabies help lower your baby’s heart rate, reduce anxiety
Until you’ve had a baby, noisy nuisances were just a part of your every day. Now, they’re public enemy number
These guidelines are based on the best available research, expert consensus, stakeholder consultation, and consideration of what is regarded to be
Do you worry when your baby’s stools change colour? Could the milk be causing a problem? Here’s how to tell
Find out why your newborn jumps and jitters, grasps your hand or thrusts her tongue (and more) in our newborn
17 November marks World Prematurity Day. We look at the reasons for preterm births and how moms can better look
Realising that your baby is hungry is one thing, but how do you know when he has had enough? Registered
We asked moms which baby accessories they can’t live without, and which turned out to be a waste of money.
Got a niggly newborn? It could be linked to her digestive system. We look at how your baby’s digestive system
Learn what life is like for your baby outside the womb so you can help her adapt. By Sister Burgie
While it’s true that motherhood doesn’t come with a manual, you’ll impress yourself with how fast you nail these new
There’s more to your newborn baby than 10 fingers and 10 toes. Soon after his birth, your healthcare provider will
You’ve never felt such love. Such awe. Such tiredness. These hacks will help you get a grip on the bewildering
You can help prevent your baby from becoming dehydrated by knowing the signs and taking preventive action. By Licia Selepe
Colic used to be put down to tummy problems, but research has shed more light on the causes of this
Understand and manage your baby's changing emotional and develomental needs. By Sr Ann Richardson
Registered midwife Pippa Hime explains how breastfeeding becomes a different experience when your baby is older.
Look out for these signs, PLUS expert advice to relieve the symptoms. By Tammy Jacks
We explain which skin rashes you should worry about on your baby’s skin, and those that shouldn’t raise a sweat.
These are currently the most common baby names in South Africa.
Worried about how to care for your new baby’s genitals? Sister Burgie Ireland has this advice.