Another Rabbani baby has arrived! Farah and Adeel were blessed with a little baby boy yesterday. Mommy and baby are doing well, and big brothers are super excited. Mohib weighed in at 7 pounds and 4 ounces, incidentally exactly what Hamza weighed when he was born. He is a precious little one, with a head full of hair!
Safa Baji was thrilled to be able to hold the little one, before she heads to college today. And you can see that Bilal already loves his baby cousin too!
Looking forward to Labor Day we... read more »
Source: lifemartiniOne of the things that worried me so much when I was pregnant was Jaundice. Having a blood group of O and Rhesus Positive, I knew the chances ofmy babyhaving worse Jaundicewas higher (as I was told, and also read too).
Her Jaundice appeared a few hours after her birth but the bilirubin level went up to287μmol/L in the morning on the third day. We were taken back to the hospital byambulance for some Jaundice photo-therapy treatment.She had another blood test in the evening and by nigh... read more »
Source: WikipediaIf you are a new mother and are planning to breast feed your first baby then there are few things you need to know that will help you for the first few months of breastfeeding.When I was pregnant, I had so many questions that used to bug me and were annoying when I didn't get answers I expected from people I asked.The number one thing that I used to search on the Internet about was, how to increase the production of milk, because I really had no idea and most people simply answered me "d... read more »
I am sure most of you have had a cold before. In fact I have one right now, which is what spurs this post. And I am sure most of you have not been concerned because you knew you could take all those lovelies medicines for congestion etc.Well if you plan to breastfeed or are breastfeeding, be prepared for you to feel like your head will explode.When you are breastfeeding, there are certain things you can't take that could affect your milk supply. I know that after spending 12 weeks getting my supply estab... read more »
You get lots of advice. You read lots of books. You scour Pinterest and the internet for information. Yes, I will admit that some information is helpful and some information you read ends up being true but most of the time it is so generalized that truth has fallen to the wayside. Having a baby is an individualized experience and every baby is different. I will be creating new posts as she gets older with the new lies we are told as she grows up. These are more about a newborn or preparing for a baby.I a... read more »
Let's be honest with ourselves. Most of us enjoy some reality TV every now and again. The unfortunate thing is that a majority of reality shows are no more real than the boobs, face and ass of reality whore Heidi Montag. Who is that you ask? Good she's not relevant anymore.
Anyways, I discovered some actually really interesting content on Youtube quite a few years back. Vlogs. A video blog. For the older folks, it is somebody that carries a camera around with them and records their lives then uploads it... read more »
Being "crunchy" can be a good thing. You have made the decision to live a more natural lifestyle for yourself and your child. You try to keep as many chemicals away from your child that are not necessary and try to keep things more simple. It can also be completely and absolutely ridiculous. Have you ever heard of "Elimination Communication?" Oh you haven't?? Look it up.
This post is just about Crunchy Products. I might do separate posts regarding a crunchy lifestyle with your child, but she is still a ... read more »
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The Zamboanga City Crisis 2013 or the MNLF Stand-off sow fear and anxiety among the citizens of Zamboanga City, especially that this has already lingered for six days and counting.
Bullets, Rocket Propelled Grenades (RPGs), mortars are fired.But the weapons do not choose the targets...Red Cross volunteers who are there to serve are injured because of a fired mortar ...
This atrocity conveys death, danger, bloodshed, injuries, fear, panic and extends to public health and economic issues. Imagine, the n... read more »
It has been 15 years since I gave birth to my baby boy - Jean-Sijent. Friends and readers know how often I talk about him on and about theadvises (aka warnings) I love to discuss here.
Everything happens for a reason they say but back in 1996 when I had a miscarriage with my first baby, I did not believe that at first. It was only after my doctor discovered an ovarian cyst and realized I needed a surgery did I believe. After less than a year, I got pregnant again despite the fact that my ob-gynecologis... read more »