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  • Baby Harness to beat Baby Blues

    Baby blues as it is called, happens to 60-80% new mothers approximately three to five days after the birth of the baby. While you may wonder what could be the possibilities, do think about the changes you have been keeping up with in the last few days. There is a lot of research on how wearing your baby in a sling or in a baby carrier can help both you and your baby and help you with managing baby blues.

  • Caring for your Spouse with Postpartum Depression

    According to a report by WHO, around 20% new mothers suffer from depression. Research indicates that babies of mothers in depression are less vocal, less active, make fewer facial expressions, are more anxious, passive and withdrawn. Read on to know how you can identify the signs, approach the topic with your partner and support in the journey to recovery.

  • Fathers - Supporters in Breastfeeding

    Breastfeeding is the most essential form of providing nutrition to your little one and while direct breastfeeding is only a mother’s territory; fathers can really play a crucial role in empowering and enabling this process and relationship.

  • What Is A Maternity Coach?

    For those of you reading this, you might be enrolled in 1to1help?s Healthy Maternity coaching program. Or you might just be curious about how it works. This article will help you understand the qualifications and the role of the maternity coach.

  • What Can I Talk to my 1to1help Maternity Coach About?

     As part of the Healthy Maternity Program from 1to1help, some of you are enrolled in maternity coaching. However, since the concept of maternity coaching if fairly new, you may be wondering what kind of help you can get from your coach. Get clarity on what kinds of issues the coach can help you with.

  • Shaping Your Baby's Social-Emotional Development

    We typically think of growing our baby's intelligence, movement skills and language. These areas of development are necessary and it's good that we stimulate this growth. However, more attention can be paid to social-emotional development. Here's why.

  • 3 to 4 Month Old Waking Frequently

    Learn how your baby's sleep patterns are changing and how you can handle frequent night waking without getting stressed.

  • Tips to Succeed as a New Father

    Now that the baby is here, your free time is no longer your own! Find out how to take care of yourself and strike a whole new balance.

  • Fathers: 5 Tips for Better Work-Life Integration

    Priorities change when you have a new baby. As a father, you face pressure to be involved both at home as well as succeed at work. Find out how you can do this efficiently.

  • 4 Ways to Help Your Sleep-Deprived Wife

    Sleep deprivation is a well-known side effect of parenthood. Mothers have broken sleep not only when babies are infants, but sometimes through toddlerhood as well. Though fathers cannot nurse the baby at night, there are other helpful things they can do to help their wife get through this phase.

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