Swollen feet or foot edema is a common physiological phenomenon in pregnant women, especially in the last 3 months of pregnancy. The most obvious signs of foot edema are the lower part of your ankle and foot become swollen. This phenomenon normally does not dangerous for you. However, it may make you feel inconvenient and uncomfortable in daily activities. So ...

Schools are where your children will learn and grow cognitively, develop social skills, and become independent individuals. However, in such crowded places like schools, it is easy for germs and different kinds of viruses to spread. As your baby immune system still not fully developed yet, you may find them sometime has a tendency to get sick quite often. If ...

After your baby is born, you may want nothing more than to stay home with them. However, debt and other expenses mean that your household still needs your income to make it easier. Therefore, working at home is your best choice in this case. In fact, working-from-home moms are quite common nowadays thanks to advanced technology. There are plenty of ...

Doing exercises is always recommended for pregnant women to keep their bodies healthy for the babies. However, as your weight increases during pregnancy, doing exercise may not be that easy for you. Luckily, different exercises will keep you healthy but not hard to do. Swimming is one of them. In a pool, you weigh just a tenth of what you ...

Noticing your baby’s movements like punches or kicks since they are still in the womb is a wonderful feeling. However, alongside the jabs and kicks, you sometime may notice other movements like rhythmic twitching in one spot. Surely that your baby can not punch or kick that frequently. These movements may feel more like muscle spasms or other pulsing. But ...

The umbilical cords are truly the cords of life as they connect your baby to their life source. This cord helps your body provide all the necessary nutrients to your baby. Here are interesting facts about the umbilical cord that will surprise you. Stay tuned! The Umbilical Cord Comes From Your Baby When the egg is fertilized, it is divided ...

Teaching your children to learn math will bring very good benefits for them later. Math helps children reflect well with calculations and prepare them for schools. Learning math also helps your baby develop both the left and right side of their brain and forming logical thinking. However, buying a lot of math books or spreadsheets is not a great way ...

Postpartum depression (PPD)  affects some women after their babies are born. Symptoms include psychological depression, sadness, fatigue, anxiety, and discomfort. Typically, this kind of depression occurs within 4 to 6 weeks after birth, but sometimes several months. It can bring some bad effects to your health and mess up your daily activities. Although it is not easy to do, dealing ...