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Those bubbles you feel in your belly are not butterflies

Those bubbles you feel in your belly are not butterflies

Feeling butterflies in the stomach is a feeling that has always been related to love. After becoming a mother, I deduced that this simile would have occurred to a woman, and more specifically a pregnant woman . Some of us have felt bubbles, others butterflies, and although the descriptions we hear of it are diverse, there is no doubt: …

Babies don’t need a sleeping method, just patience

Babies don’t need a sleeping method, just patience

During the first year of a baby’s life, it is estimated that parents lose more than 700 hours of sleep , so it is normal for this issue to be of particular concern, especially if you are a first-timer. This leads many parents to look for magical methods and formulas to get their child to sleep through the night, or …

23 recommended children’s books for children from 0 to 3 years old

23 recommended children’s books for children from 0 to 3 years old

Reading is essential for the development of children and we must encourage it from the time our children are young. Thus, it is important that we stimulate the baby and awaken her love for books, reading aloud to her and offering her adapted stories that capture her attention. Today we offer you a selection of titles, classified in alphabetical order , which are …

Heparin in pregnancy: tips to reduce discomfort when pricking the injection

Heparin in pregnancy: tips to reduce discomfort when pricking the injection

Between my first and second pregnancy I had several pregnancy losses . They were very hard times and plagued with uncertainty, where there was no lack of medical tests to determine what was happening. Finally, I was diagnosed with a thrombophilia disorder and was prescribed low molecular weight heparin to start injecting me the moment I became pregnant again. As a result of this …

This is how a child with autism sees the world: put yourself in his place

This is how a child with autism sees the world: put yourself in his place

April 2 marks World Autism Awareness Day , a disorder that is currently the most prevalent childhood disability, more than Down syndrome, childhood cancer and diabetes combined. Invisibility and misunderstanding are the main obstacles faced by people with autism, which is why The National Autistic Society , coinciding with this date, has released a video made with virtual reality …

Easter 2022: 25 plans with children to enjoy with the family

Easter 2022: 25 plans with children to enjoy with the family

The Easter holidays are just around the corner, and many families are already preparing plans, trips and activities to enjoy with their children. If you are still not very sure what to do during these Easter holidays, we propose a selection of 25 plans for all tastes. Fun and entertainment will be guaranteed! Why is it not …