Because our baby is now at the centre of our life, it has been mentally challenging since even getting a good night’s sleep or a decent meal has suddenly become a real task.
If you have been following my column on Good Times 2, you must know my wife and I have been obsessed with building a close bond with our baby ever since we first learned we were going to be parents.
Since the day my little baby girl Athena came into our lives two months ago, my biggest concern has been about her diet.
It has been just about one month and a half since my little baby girl came into our lives. Yet, during this time, I have lost count of how many arguments I have had with my in-laws about what is right for the baby.
Although deliveries are safer than ever, women are still putting and their bodies through considerable stresses and strains the process of pregnancy and especially child birth.
Some changes bring more light while others fetch hardship. Yet, as there will be many more years of these to come, we realise we have to adjust to the new life, like all other young, working parents.
There is no word to describe my joy when I saw the nurse coming out of the delivery room, carrying my newborn baby girl.
Don’t breathe smoke; either first or secondhand – Avoid certain medications – A (cool) dip and sauna session
It’s a common superstition that buying things for your soon-to-arrive baby could bring bad luck. However, in Cambodia, even choosing the name of your unborn child is considered to be tempting fate.
Even before we could know it my wife has entered the last trimester of pregnancy, which means that in just three months our baby girl is going to come out to see the world.
NO one can foresee misfortune coming your way. There are people who pass away at a very old age, and there are those who are gone even before they even glimpse the first light of day.
IT has been almost one month since I found out that my wife is pregnant. Earlier this week, I brought her to the obstetrics clinic for a check-up. Apart from the happy result that showed both my wife and the foetus were healthy, I picked up something very important.
I am the classic example of a busy Cambodian middle-class man living in the suburbs of Phnom Penh. And in nine months I will become a father at the nubile age of 25.
Experts have called on mothers to breastfeed their children for at least six months.
A man is charged for pouring acid on his 19-year-old wife and baby son in a jealous rage because his wife left him.
When New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern’s daughter will be allowed to cuddle with her during debates and swim in the pool.
Former world number one Serena Williams has pulled out of next week’s Italian Open in Rome, organisers confirmed yesterday.
Afghan farmer Jahantab Ahmadi sits on the ground, her baby resting in her lap, as she focuses on the university entrance exam she hopes will help her fulfil her dreams.
The first sense a baby experiences is touch while developing the skills of sight, hearing and speech.
Staff from the Koh Kong provincial hospital aid a woman who delivered her baby on a boat while trying to reach the clinic.