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Weaning Tips: When And How To Stop Breast-Feeding Your Baby (A Guide For Nursing Mothers)

After delivery, you were lectured on how important breastmilk is to promote healthy growth and development of infants, it wasn't easy though but as time goes on, breast-feeding got easier. World Health Organization recommends that infants should be exclusively breastfed for six months, after which you can introduce your baby to solid foods and continue breastfeeding.

If you are breast-feeding, this article is for you. You might be faced with question i.e When is the best time to stop breastfeeding?  How do I go about it? How will my child react? How do I avoid engorgement? How long will it take to stop breast feeding?  Read on
When is the right time to stop breastfeeding: There is no right or wrong time to stop breastfeeding, Choose a time when your baby is not sick but very healthy to be able to withstand the trauma. If you or your baby is sick, you may need to reconsider waiting, weaning at this time is bad timing. Hold on until you or your baby is well again.Breastfeeding when to…

Planning a Yoruba Naming Ceremony in Nigeria

Organizing a naming ceremony especially for first time parents is tasking but an exciting experience all together. Although some parents are confused when it comes to fixing a date for their new born baby’s naming ceremony. This article will give you an idea on how to plan a stress free naming ceremony for your new born starting with, when, how and items you need to present naming ceremonies your baby.Read on
An ideal  Nigerian naming ceremony is held on the eight day after a child is born (if your baby was born on a Sunday, the naming ceremony will be held the next Sunday) but planning one should be done on a budget – either on a low or high budget to avoid running out of cash after the naming ceremony has come and gone. As you know taking care of infants involves planning ahead, making sure your baby will not lack. Yoruba (Isomoloruko) Naming Ceremony  Here in Nigeria, naming ceremonies are done differently depending on your ethnic group.
Traditionally, men are to make a list of nam…

Top Biblical Baby Names in Nigeria

Biblical baby names will certainly remain the most popular names ever because these names have been around for centuries and will never go out of style. Below is a collection of popular biblical baby names of Nigerian Christians. These biblical baby names are from both the old and the new testament. Read on to pick a baby name for your yet-to-be-born child.
GIRLS                                          BOYS                                    MORE BOYSAbigail Jael Abraham(Hebrew) Ada Jedidah Abram (Hebrew) Ahlai Jezebel Absolom (Hebrew) Aiah Joanna Adam (Hebrew) Angel Judith Adonijah (Hebrew) Anna Julia Alexander (Greek) Apphia Leah Amaziah (Hebrew) Atarah Lois Amos (Hebrew) Athaliah Lydia Ananias(Greek). Bathsheba