8 Ways To Keep Your Baby Safe From Other People's Germs

8 Ways To Keep Your Baby Safe From Other People's Germs

“Please don’t touch my baby!” I said loudly.

The woman threw me a dirty look as if I was the one who had committed a grievous offence, not her. Maybe she thought I was being racist? I made a face. “There’s a pandemic going on, hello?!”

Her face changed. She dropped her hand and walked off without a word.

 

The Do’s & Don’ts When Visiting a New Baby

The Do’s & Don’ts When Visiting a New Baby

Born into a big family, I was always comfortable and looked forward to family gatherings. Therefore naturally, I didn’t put much thought into how early I wanted company around after giving birth. I completely disregarded how uncomfortable, how tired, how “ugly” I might be and how exhausting it is to be present for others when really you just want your own space.
The Double Standards of “Daddy Privilege” – Momsplained.

The Double Standards of “Daddy Privilege” – Momsplained.

Let me momsplain something here, “daddy privilege” is a term to describe the double standard that exists in parenting – praising dad for doing expected/normal duties. Is it new? No. But it is getting called out with more and more moms and dads (you go dads!) coming forward with the disgusting truth of how our society upholds such low standards for dads while expecting greatness from moms.

 

“I Didn’t Love My Baby At First, Is That Normal?”

“I Didn’t Love My Baby At First, Is That Normal?”

When we picture birth, we visualize a bubble of love. The moment where we lock eyes with our darling baby, the relieved, sobbing chuckle we let out when we hear their strong cry, the first skin-to-skin bond we want to treasure and the tears that follow because we are so in love. And yet, how disappointing is it when the opposite happens, and that you don’t immediately fall in love with your new bundle of joy?
January 04, 2022 — Fatin Ekrami