Parenting Techniques

Parenting Techniques

Trying different parenting styles and approaches can help you to make long-term decisions about your baby’s care. As a first or multiple time parents, you may worry about what approach to take with different milestones or aspects of your child’s development and care. like adults —  babies are individuals and before you have your baby it’s difficult to know what approach will be best for you and them. So :

  • Do you like order and structure or are you content to go with the flow?
  • Would you like your baby to start learning to become independent or do you prefer being the person who meets all of your baby’s needs rather than any other family member or carer?
  • What’s influencing you?

we will help you to find realistic and manageable solutions to your parenting challenges and restore a healthy parent- child reciprocal relationship.

Dealing With Jaundice

Jaundice is caused by the build-up of bilirubin in the blood. Bilirubin is a yellow substance produced when red blood cells are broken down. Jaundice is common in newborn babies because babies have a high level of red blood cells in their blood, which are broken down and replaced frequently. The liver in newborn babies is also not fully developed, so it’s less effective at removing the bilirubin from the blood.

Transition to Parenthood

Having a new baby introduces new challenges to every parents- single parent or  as a couple.  As the joys of parenting are felt deeply, the demands are great too, sometimes hard to find a balance between family life and all the other daily pressures especially the mental adjustments to the new parenting role and trying to stay balanced. The arrival of your child comes with new logistics to deal with: new pressures in managing yourself, household, financial and legal concerns, including when and how to go back to work, and figuring out childcare. Similarly, hormonal changes, along with sleeplessness and the constant demands of your new baby, can create surprising new feelings, too: anger, sadness, feeling trapped or isolated–even guilt, fear, and inadequacy.

I’m passionate about helping you get back the happiness and confidence that it’s possible to feel after having your baby

To find out more about services and help you in this Transitional phase. talk to us.