Get yourself ready and pack all the essentials you’ll need during labour and birth and for after your baby is born. Our useful checklist will ensure you don’t forget.
It is recommended that you have your bag ready at least 4 weeks before your due date, although experienced mums often share how glad they were that their bags were ready at least 8 weeks before their debut.
Planning your new baby’s nursery? Check out our nursery furniture tips to help you make the best decision.
As first time parents, everything about having a baby can seem overwhelming - especially when you are getting advice from friends, siblings, parents, even the cashier at the grocery store seems to be an expert on babies when she sees your baby bump. Here is a comprehensive list of everything you should need for fitting out your new baby's nursery. Some of the items are necessities, while others are simply luxuries.
What to buy for baby? Find out with our handy print-out-and-keep list of essential newborn baby items you will need when baby arrives.
When you first discover you’re pregnant, nine months can seem like an eternity until you're holding that tiny bundle of preciousness in your hands. However, with so much to prepare and organise, those nine months will fly by before you know it.
To help you get a head start on preparing for your new baby’s arrival, we enlisted the help of our wonderful GeoMums to compile this handy and practical checklist of baby essentials. The list includes the must-haves as well as nice-to-have items (in italics) that aren’t essential but they do make our lives easier. All you have to do is download and print ladies!
Shopping for baby can be a pricey affair in Hong Kong unless you know where to look. Discover our affordable shopping finds for your little one and start saving those pennies.
Skies may no longer be grey, but many markets still are. Welcome to Hong Kong, home to one of the largest open market communities in Asia. From gadgetry to food and beverage to the sartorial, nothing is sacred in this shopper’s paradise. Open markets operate in the grey area of legality. Not quite endorsed by brands, these parallel markets import manufactured goods and sell them for less than the official retail price.