organic cotton baby clothes

Sustainable Organic Cotton Baby Essentials

Join us on a journey into the world of sustainable, affordable, and utterly adorable organic cotton baby clothes. You can check out our Sustainable Promise to our community of conscious parents. 
A Guide to the Best Parenting Books for Newborns

A Guide to the Best Parenting Books for Newborns

Parenthood is a journey filled with excitement, challenges, and countless questions. The right parenting books can be invaluable companions, offering guidance, reassurance, and a sense of community. Whether you're seeking practical tips, scientific insights, or a philosophical approach to parenting, there's a book out there for you.

balancing life with a newborn

How to balance family life with a newborn?

Balancing family life with a newborn can be both rewarding and challenging. It's a time of adjustment and learning as you adapt to the needs of your growing family. We have some tips for you to use it on your daily life to make you a little happy... 
best breastfeeding positions

What are the best positions for breastfeeding?

Breastfeeding can be a wonderful and intimate experience for both the mother and baby, but finding the best position is essential for comfort and successful nursing. 

The best position may vary from mother to mother and may change as the baby grows and becomes more experienced.

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What are the common symptoms and discomforts during pregnancy?

During pregnancy, expectant mothers may experience a variety of symptoms and discomforts as their bodies adapt to the changes brought on by pregnancy hormones and the growing baby. While each pregnancy is unique, some common symptoms and discomforts include;
holiday tips for babies and toddlers

Holiday Tips for Your Baby & Toddlers

If your holiday involves spending time outdoors, ensure your baby is protected from the sun. Use sunscreen (for babies older than six months), hats, and lightweight clothing that covers their skin. Keep Bebekish Muslins on them at the beach. Bamboo protects your baby's skin from UV rays. 
Bebekish Blog - Sleeping Tips for Mums

Mum's Good Night's Sleep Tips?

Being a mom is a rewarding and fulfilling experience, but it can also be physically and emotionally demanding, often leaving little time for self-care, especially when it comes to getting a good night's sleep.

However, prioritizing your sleep is crucial for your well-being and ability to care for your family effectively.

In this article, we will discuss five essential tips specifically tailored to help moms get the restful sleep they deserve.

natural baby bedroom ideas

Baby Room Ideas

When designing your baby's bedroom, incorporating natural elements can create a soothing and nurturing environment. Here are some ideas to help you create a natural haven for your little one:
How to get your baby to sleep without being held?

How to get your baby to sleep without being held?

When your baby is born it is normal that he/she wants to be held in your arms. This is not a habit but it is a need. Think about this from your baby's point of view. After being inside of you for nine months in a  cosy and warm environment and being squashed in your tummy, it is normal that your baby will want to be held to feel secure. It is really important that your baby feels that he/she is in a secure place. All babies are different but many babies are agitated when they are put down in their crib while they are awake and make fuss about it. 

For Dads: How to bond with your baby?

For Dads: How to bond with your baby?

Bonding and attachment happen when you consistently respond to newborns with love, warmth and care. Newborns use body language to show when they want to connect with you. Good ways to bond with new borns include smiling, eye contact, singing, reading and cuddling.
The benefits of breastfeeding

The benefits of breastfeeding

Many medical experts, including the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, strongly recommend breastfeeding exclusively (no formula, juice, or water) for 6 months. After the introduction of other foods, it recommends continuing to breastfeed through the baby’s first year of life.