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2013-05-15
Name: Editor How can working mothers bond with their babies? Is it difficult for working mothers to bond with their babies? Can leaving the baby with in-laws or maid affect the development of baby?

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2013-05-16
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Name: Ravina Saingh
Subject:  Development of the baby with in laws or maid
Raising a baby is hard work especially for working mums. Having inlaws is a better option than a maid for many mums, but this may not work for some. Leaving the baby with in laws is great as they care for it from heart and always think of his well being.sometimes the in-laws philosophy of raising a child is different and they may pamper the child but seldom does it affect the development. they may not be as strict and disciplined as they were when they were parents. If parents are concerned about their child getting spoiled then they can keep a maid but it should be from reliable sources and there should be complete background check. after all you are going to surrender your most precious thing to her.
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2013-05-16
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Name: Working Mom
Subject:  bonding with the baby
It might seem difficult for working mothers to bond with the baby. they might not find the time initially but this is not at all difficult. Working mothers should set time for specific schedules and make it as a routine. set aside some time to play, even if it is only for a short while and always try to follow the cues. Waking up before the baby gets so that you can finish your cores by the time your baby wakes up makes more sense. Make it a routine to bathe her, dress her and feed her before leaving for work. this will be great bonding time. it' s tough balancing work, parenting but it is possible.
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2013-05-16
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Name: Ruhaila
Subject:  Bonding tips for working mothers
Returning to work is the biggest challenge for a new mother. The quality of the time spent together is more important than the quantity of time spent. Spending time with the baby before going to work and also after coming back from work ensures quality time. Special baby bonding routines such as bath time, sleep time also are good for bonding. Working mothers should try to continue breastfeeding as and when possible for up to one year. Proper planning can ease out the situation.
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