Motherhood

That cleaning can really wait!

Being a mother is a tough 24/7 job, in the rush of juggling between the zillion tasks you forget to relax and take care of yourself. We at O'HappySunshine want to help mommies with little quick fix solutions that help you take worries off your list!

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Introducing Solid food to my baby

When should I introduce solid food to my baby?

Health experts and breastfeeding experts agree that it’s best to wait until your baby is around 6 months old before offering solid foods. But you can introduce solids any time between 4 and 6 months if your baby is ready. Until then, breast milk provides all the calories and nourishment your baby needs and can handle.

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Introducing Books to your little ones!

As they say - It's never too early to start! Experts say exposing babies to books in the first year is crucial to their intellectual and emotional growth. In fact, research shows that reading to infants can help jump-start brain development and can even make them more receptive to learning.

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Taking care of your babies skin this winter

Its November – time to take out your woolens that have been lying all packed up in that closet. While it is important to dress up your baby appropriately to face the winters, It is very necessary to take right care of baby's skin to prevent the harsh effect of cold on baby's skin.

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Apple Oatmeal Porridge

 
Oatmeal is considered to be good for babies, it has the least allergic reactions as  compared to other cereal and staples. Some of the health benefits of Oatmeal for  babies include high in energy, easy to digest, improves the immune system, good  supply of vitamins, minerals and antioxidants and not the least, of course, acts as a  natural laxative.
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Why exclusively breastfeeding is important for the first 6 months of Life!



Breast milk is nature’s perfect food for your baby, as it provides the necessary nutrients and perfectly balanced ratios of proteins and fats. Breast milk contains the perfect mix of fat, protein and carbohydrate for the babies developing physiology.

Breast milk passes important antibodies from mother to child that cannot be mimicked in commercial formulas.

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It's true that honey should not be fed to infants younger than 1 year old?


Although honey seems like a wholesome and natural food to give your infant, don't do it until after she's at least 12 months old. Honey can contain spores of a bacterium called 
Clostridium botulinum, which can germinate in a baby's immature digestive system and cause infant botulism,
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