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Image: Shutterstock Elizabeth is a conservative name that speaks royalty and stays in trend. It is of Hebrew origin and means “God is my oath.” The reign of Queen Elizabeth I made the name famous and ensured its stability in the top names around the world. Over time, many parents have created their versions of
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Image: Shutterstock The land of smiles, Thailand, is known for its exquisite beauty and culture. It is the most famous tourist place globally and captures your attention with its unique touch of elegance found in its monasteries, beaches, and cuisine. But do you know what else is special about this country? The last names of
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Meta-description: Energy-themed names portray the force and symbolize the very notion of this world. Here is our list of baby names that mean energy for boys and girls. The word ‘energy’ speaks a lot. It is the driving force of nature and an imminent power of every action. From the
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I’m going to do things a little differently—and not be so hard on myself—with my second baby. Now that I’m pregnant with my second child, I’ve had some time to reflect on the way I managed the newborn stage with my firstborn, and how I might want to do things a little differently this time
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Image: Shutterstock When you think of Canada, you may think of its delicious maple syrup, profound educational system, exhilarating ice hockey, and its scenic beauty. Here’s one more thing you’d be adding to the list by the end of this post, “the Canadian last names or surnames.” What makes these surnames so special is that
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Image: Shutterstock Every little girl child born is a goddess. What can be better if you name your baby girl after the name of a powerful goddess or mythological figure? There are several goddesses’ names in various cultures and of different origins that can be the best pick for your adorable girl. We have handpicked
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Various cultures have been fascinated with legends and myths surrounding werewolves. For those new to the concept, a werewolf is a mythic creature that can transform from a human to a wolf and vice versa. The common lore being the full moon augmenting the transformation, followed by carnage and gore.
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Butterflies are one of the most beautiful creatures known to humankind. These enchanting insects come in all shapes, sizes and have spectacular physical features and bright colors. Butterfly-related baby names caught people’s attention when the celebrity couple Kylie Jenner and Travis Scott decided to give a butterfly name to their
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a type of herpes virus and causes a condition called CMV infection. CMV infections rarely cause problems or symptoms in healthy people. However, the infection could be a concern for pregnant women. Once infected by the virus, it stays dormant in the body, increasing the risk of
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE The eyes are delicate organs, and any problem in them could be bothersome to the person, while likely noticeable to those around them. Parents may become apprehensive when they notice that their baby’s eyes are swollen. There can be different intensities of eye swelling due to various reasons. Timely identification
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Did you spend hours planning the nursery and scrolling online for decor ideas when you were pregnant? Then there’s the adorable monthly milestone photos, with newborns snoozing peacefully in Moses baskets or pillow-y baby loungers. But not all of those cute pics you double-tap on Instagram or save to Pinterest are safe to replicate at
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I know we’re all used to saying “breastfeeding,” but as a lactation consultant, I believe that inclusive language is vital. Last month, in my first virtual meeting with a new client, I asked them how they identify and what they call their anatomy. Their baby was three weeks old. They were surprised I even asked
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Mothers can continue to breastfeed their little ones during common illnesses, such as flu, fever, cold, mastitis, and diarrhea. You may follow a regular breastfeeding routine to meet your baby’s nutritional needs if the illnesses do not pass through breast milk. Mothers may ensure good hygiene, adequate hydration, and a
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Image: Shutterstock IN THIS ARTICLE Toddlerhood is a phase when the child experiences several changes. They develop newfound independence and autonomy, which they love testing at any moment possible. The need to exercise more control combined with cognitive and emotional changes could spark some defiance in the toddler. Defiance in toddlers is often momentary and
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