Tag: 2021

  • BAMBI Magazine January 2022
    BAMBI Magazine January 2022
    View PDF   Dear Members, Welcome to 2022! I hope you all had a lovely break with your families.In this issue we explore the theme of new beginnings. Truthfully, I was happy to say goodbye to 2021. Having gone through my second pregnancy in strict lockdown, I have to say it was very isolating and it was a […]
  • BAMBI Magazine December 2021
    BAMBI Magazine December 2021
    View PDF  Dear BAMBI members, Where has this year gone? I can’t believe it’s December already. Bangkok reopened just in time for the best part of the year—when the world is ready to celebrate some of the most memorable festivals: Halloween, Día de los Muertos, Diwali, Loy Krathong, Hanukkah, and Christmas, to mention just a few. I was […]
  • Help! My Baby Dislikes Tummy Time
    Help! My Baby Dislikes Tummy Time
    Sarah Russell, a paediatric occupational therapist, discusses why tummy time is important for your baby, and how to make it more fun and rewarding for them.By Sarah RussellFrom those early days as a newborn to when they start crawling and sitting, tummy time is an important play position for your little ones. Playing on their […]
  • Diastasis Recti: An Unknown But Common Condition
    Diastasis Recti: An Unknown But Common Condition
    39% of all women have diastasis recti six months after giving birth. What is it, and how do you know if you have it? Ingrid explains.By Ingrid HanifenWhat is diastasis recti? Simply put, it’s the thinning of the connective tissue that joins the abdominal muscles in the middle, or a separation of the abdominal muscles. […]
  • Holi—A Festival of Colors
    Holi—A Festival of Colors
    BAMBI’s Assistant Editor Ashima tells us all about Holi, a unique festival that nurtures love and bonding, and brings people of all ages together in celebration.By Ashima KapurWater splashing, people sprayed with vibrant colors, children playing with multi-colored balloons and water guns, loud music—these are all sights and sounds to see and hear during Holi […]
  • Musings of a Midwife: Dissatisfaction with Motherhood—A Hidden Taboo
    Musings of a Midwife: Dissatisfaction with Motherhood—A Hidden Taboo
    For this month’s article, midwife Emma McNerlin takes a frank look at an often experienced but unspoken truth: that motherhood is not what many of us are led to believe, and often not as much fun as we had hoped.By Emma McNerlinMotherhood is often seen as a natural progression in a woman’s life; the next […]