1. Posted Written by: U Mamma Team

    There are few things in life more exciting than feeling your baby’s first kicks. And yet, despite this, many first time mothers find themselves asking a variety of questions: at what point in my pregnancy start I noticing my baby’s movements? What will they feel like? How often should my baby be moving in a day?


    In this week’s article, we explore some of the most commonly asked questions by first time mothers. Take a look.

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  2. Posted Written by: U Mamma Team

    According to numerous studies, children who are spoken to and read to from a very young age grow up to have excellent language skills. Not only do these children exhibit better verbal skills, but they grow up to have better grammar and written skills across the board. That’s why, as parents, it’s essential that we spend time developing our child’s language skills from a very young age.  


    In this week’s article, we explore six simple ways to help encourage your baby’s vocabulary and language skills. Go ahead and take a look.


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  3. Posted Written by: U Mamma Team

    Do you have a second child on the way? Are you trying to decide whether or not to share your toddler’s bedroom with the new arrival? There are, in fact, many reasons why parents might choose to have their newest baby bunk with an older sibling.  When it comes to young toddlers, however, a little resistance is common. So how do you ensure a harmonious relationship between your baby and toddler?


    In this week’s article, we’re going to offer some practical tips for easing your toddler into this new situation. Go ahead and take a look.


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  4. Posted Written by: U Mamma Team

    Most of us parents are well aware of the benefits of reading to our young kids. But did you know that reading to your little one - even when they’re only a few weeks old - can benefit his or her development in numerous ways? That’s right. According to the experts, the more words your baby hears from a young age, the more developed their language skills will be when they get older. So what does this mean for parents of newborn babies? In this week’s article, we’re going to explore the various benefits of reading to your baby from a  young age. 

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