Sweetness Ternoshop

Monday, March 26, 2018

Cutie little kiddos of mine

My cutie kiddos one of our family bonding, so cute little kenzel at 2 years old, the drummer boy with his  kuya kael.

Little drummer

The dancing Kael at 3yrs old, so cute

Toplist: Cutest Pinoy Celebrity Babies of 2018

These are the top cutest pinoy celebrity babies for this year 2018. So cute, I want to cuddle them.

Pinoy Celebrity Babies of 2018 with their cute videos.
Scarlet Snow Belo - Hayden Kho and Vicki Belo Baby Seve Soriano - Toni Gonzaga and Paul Soriano Baby Alas Jaquin - Kylie Padilla and Aljur Abrenica Baby Zia - Marian Rivera and Dingdong Dantes Baby Primo - Drew Arellano and Iya Villania Baby Malia - Pokwang and Lee O'Brian Baby Isabella - Robin Padilla and Mariel Rodriguez Baby Nicola - Patrick Garcia and Nikka Martinez Baby Miguel - Chito Miranda and Neri Naig Baby Lily Feather - John Prats and Isabel Oli Baby Olivia - Beauty Gonzales and Norman Crisologo Baby Stellar - Kean Cipriano and Chynna Ortaleza

Happy Viewing

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Top 100 Girl's and Boys Names for 2018

Looking for inspiration for girls names? You're in the right place...

One of the most fun things of all about baby girls are the gorgeous girls names to choose from. There are so many beauties, it’s hard to narrow it to just one. Need some help, or just happen to love seeing the latest and greatest in baby names? At your service, moms!
This list is based on accumulated data from the current year and is updated every day from our network of over 1,500 hospitals across the US - so it is always showing the latest trends!
Also if you are still not sure what sex your baby is, don't forget to check out our top 100 boys names!


More on baby names 2018 please visit : Mom365

Tips for juggling a newborn and toddler

Tips for juggling a newborn and toddler

(not literally… well, usually not literally!)
First off, per a wise friend of mine who is a mom of five: Be creative, patient, and hold tight to your sense of humor!

What can I do to prepare my older child for a new baby?

  • Before baby is born, it can help to talk with your older child about what newborns are like – what they look like, that they mainly nurse and sleep and cry, and how they need to be held much of the time.
  • Tell stories about what your older child was like as a newborn and how you took care of him.
  • Discuss things that your older child can do to help with baby: talk and sing to baby, get diapers and wipes, get mom her water bottle.
  • Make opportunities for your children to see young babies and nursing babies (a La Leche League meeting can be a great place for this, especially if you don’t know any nursing moms), and read books that show newborns and nursing babies.
  • If your child has weaned or was never breastfed: Explain that mom makes milk for baby, that nursing is how baby eats, and that nursing also helps baby feel better when he’s sad or scared or feeling bad.
  • If your child is still nursing and you expect to tandem nurse: Talk to your child about how he and baby will both nurse after the baby is born. Point out that since baby can’t eat other foods like your toddler can, he will need to nurse a lot. Look at pictures of tandem nursing siblings with your child. Here’s more on tandem nursing.

Should breastfeeding be “hidden” from your older child or other children?

See if you qualify for a breast pump
through insurance at no cost
from our sponsor Aeroflow!
Absolutely not! Modeling nurturing behavior and breastfeeding to your children is one of the bestthings you can do for them.
By seeing you nurse, your child is learning that breastfeeding is the normal, healthy way to feed a child rather than a “shameful” thing that needs to be hidden away. Breastfeeding is not something that should be hidden from children (or anyone else).
Since most everyone in our culture equates babies with bottles, it’s not unusual for other children to be curious when you are breastfeeding your baby. If other children are curious when you are breastfeeding, simply tell them that you are nursing the baby and that nursing is how we feed babies. Again, you are teaching them by example that breastfeeding is the way to feed and nurture babies.

General tips

Could you use a free hand when you’re nursing? While you’re nursing, a pillow can help bring baby to breast level so you have a hand or two free (sometimes it takes weeks or even months to get that free hand… keep trying). If you need to support your breast with your other hand, try using a small rolled-up towel.
A sling will also free up a hand or two. Are you comfortable with using a sling and nursing baby in it? In addition to nursing while you’re lying down, this is another lifesaver for many moms. It frees at least one hand and allows you to keep nursing or holding your baby while tending to and playing with another child. Also, as someone I know once mentioned, when baby is in the sling your toddler can’t be pulling baby’s toes, or trying to get baby out of the crib, or trying to brush baby’s “teeth”, or dropping toys on baby.
It can be handy to have your toddler around, as many times you can ask them to fetch things for you (a diaper, a wipe, the remote, the phone, a water bottle). I don’t know how many times I got settled on the couch with my first baby, then realized I was going to have to get up again to get something I forgot – the second time around I had a helper all day long, instead of only when Dad was home from work. She couldn’t hold baby while I took a shower, but it sure did help with the little things.

Activities to do with your older child while baby is nursing

  • Read books and snuggle and talk with your toddler while you’re nursing. If you don’t have a free hand, get your toddler to hold a book and turn the pages while you read.
  • Play games – “I Spy” and “Simon Says” are often a big hit with toddlers.
  • Play with your food – try counting (and eating) cheerios or raisins with your toddler.
  • Some toddlers like to pretend-nurse their dolls or stuffed animals (or trucks!) while mom is nursing baby.
  • Look at your toddler’s baby book or baby pictures. Tell stories about when your toddler was a little baby. Tell stories about what your toddler can do now that he/she is bigger.
You can also set your toddler up with other activities to do while you’re nursing. Drawing, coloring, puzzles, blocks or big legos, cars/trains, etc. Some moms keep a box of toys that is out only when baby is nursing. We have a play kitchen that keeps my kids interested for a long time – they bring me food to eat and fix food for their dolls and stuffed animals and plastic dinosaurs, and have tea parties. Things like playdough and painting and water play can keep kids interested for a long time, but depending upon where you can set it up and your child, this may or may not be something that works when you’re nursing.

If you need a nap and your toddler doesn’t

Childproof a room of the house that has:
  • a door or a baby gate (so your toddler can’t “escape” and play in the toilet while you’re resting)
  • a bed or comfortable spot on the floor where you can lie down and nurse
  • interesting toys that your toddler is likely play with without much interaction – some moms also put on a favorite video
  • a snack and a drink for toddler
When you want to nap (or at least rest) while baby naps, close off the door so you can lie down with baby without worrying about what your toddler is getting into. A friend says she would lie on the floor with baby and let her toddlers use mom as a “road” for their matchbox cars – rest and a massage all “rolled” into one!

What if your older child asks to nurse?

It’s pretty common for a toddler, or even an older child, to ask to nurse at some point after the new baby arrives. Many just want to know whether mom will say yes – they may also want to be held like a baby or “babied” in other ways. If given the opportunity to nurse, most children will simply touch or kiss the breast, giggle, and go play. Some moms prefer not to offer, but might offer breastmilk in a cup to taste, or simply distract the child with another activity. See What if a “weaned” child asks to nurse again? for more on the subject.
Please visit for more tips: Kelly Mom

5 Tips for Going on a Cruise With Your Baby

Before climbing aboard with your baby, it's important to know the facts and ensure smooth sailing. 

1. You can’t take a baby under six months on most cruises, and you have to wait until he’s 1-year-old for some destinations. 
2. Swim diapers aren’t allowed in pools; look for ships with splash features if your child isn’t potty trained. Kids also need to be potty trained for many drop-off clubs. 
3. Bathtubs aren’t standard in all cabins on any lines except Disney. Check the cabin layout before you book.
4. All major cruise lines offer portable cribs, but you must book them in advance.  
5. Some cruise lines will allow you to preorder diapers and wipes; consider doing so if you are flying to the port and have to pay for checked luggage. 


My 2 little kiddos

Hi guys, I am back in my site all about cute babies. And i know you will be excited to see my kids growing and for this I will let you see some sneak peek for my 2 handsome and cutie kids.

              My eldest Kael 7 yrs old and my youngest son Kenzel 4 yrs old. See, it is been a while that I have not uploaded any updates in this site but for now I will going to post more interesting stuff about cute babies, parenting and other informative articles that will help the mommies out there on how to care their children.

My family is having much fun in the bedroom.

Playtime, happy to see them in their hub

Picture2x with this 2 cuties

Enjoying the view


Thursday, July 18, 2013

My Baby Kenzel on his first day

The photos appeared below is my second son named Makenzel Daniel, isn't he adorable? Well, I guess it is he is very cute and I really love to cuddle him everyday. Hope you enjoy viewing his photos. Kisses from my baby Kenzel. muwahahahah


********** Sponsors **********

sponsor sponsor sponsor
sponsor sponsor sponsor