Tuesday, 22 September, 2009

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Tuesday, 15 September, 2009

35 years and over, some special issues for women to consider while planning to have a baby

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It is not surprising know that most women who are aged 35 years and more have successful pregnancies and healthy babies with minimal complications. However, there are some risk factors every women needs to be aware of –

1. The ability to conceive (fertility) changes with age, but at what rate and age, varies from women to women. The number of eggs in a woman’s ovaries supposedly aged 35 and over or even 40, and those eggs ability to become fertilized and grow into embryos declines.

2. High blood pressure, gestational diabetes, placenta abruption, chromosomal problems in babies with result in birth defection are some of the complications women aged 35 and more are likely to encounter, and this is because the risk of miscarriages is higher in women as older as they are, when they turn pregnant.

Age shouldn’t discourage a woman in her mid 30’s or more from trying to get pregnant but because these possible complications could cause increase risks and so one should always take advice from your doctor.

Wednesday, 9 September, 2009

Mommys, try out these celtic designs yourself today!

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When i was young i always tried stitching with my own hands, i mean not with a machine though we had one, but what i most loved stitching were designs on a cloth. I think i always knew i'll be a home maker so i tried my hands at things which i knew would come useful to me one day. Today am not only a homemaker but also the heart of our family for they love me doing all the multitasking i can! I also know many other mommy's out there who love stitching and they also making a living out of their creativity and artistry, so here i would like to recommend you a place which exhibits captivating designs and will make you want to know how to stitch those designs, so here it is, the site which excels in Celtic cross stitch designs.

I was amazed as i landed on the site for the designs were so unique, what we rarely get to see and if we get to see then only in those huge showrooms where expensive cloth is sold! but now my dear mommy's you can get to stitch those beautiful designs yourself but going over there, and they will teach you. There is also a stitch craft blog and some books offering to show you the magic! head over to view it yourself :-)

Thursday, 3 September, 2009

My deep concern for my baby's illness this month

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I've just returned to blogging and writing days after Alisha, my little Almost 3 years old was down with fever, cough and other ailments like vomiting, diarrhea at different times during the month of August. Being a mother it was my responsibility to care for the little one as my first priority even though i know my passion for blogging is beyond realms. I haven't even updated my other main personal blog much the whole of last month but it can understood that i was a more concerned mom of a little sick girl as the monsoons caused us additional worries. Alisha, was too weak by a diarrhea and dehydration which started off as a fever and cold. We had to check her up twice by the doc because while she recovered after the first visit, days later, she took ill again and this time for worse.. In a few articles from now, i'd like to post on my experiences and some advice and information on a toddlers illness especially vomiting and diarrhea because i know how panicky a parent would get if she/she saw her child in a helpless state, and not only would the parent be panicking, the child would panic too.. :-)