Hygiene plays a crucial component of a baby's overall care. Practicing a good hygiene is extremely important to keep your baby happy and healthy all the time.

Eight essential hygiene rules for your baby. Here are eight simple good hygiene practices to adopt when you have a baby.

  • Washing your hands with a good antibacterial soap is essential for removing harmful bacteria and germs that cause colds, flu, diarrhea and other infections. Be sure to dry your hands properly and wash your hand towels regularly. It's especially important to wash your hands before feeding your baby, after handling raw food, after changing a nappy or going to the toilet yourself, after touching pets, after touching anything dirty such as dirty nappies, rubbish or food waste.
  • You don't need to clean the house every day from top to bottom with disinfectant, you just need to pay particular attention to the surfaces that are most likely to harbour germs and bacteria. Focus on the areas that have a lot of contact with food, bodies and hands, such as bathrooms, kitchen benches, tables, crockery, cutlery and glassware. You need to be cleaning these properly. Use hot water with detergent for crockery, cutlery and glasses, while kitchens and bathrooms will need a thorough clean with a good disinfectant. Pay particular attention to taps, toilet seats, benches and door handles. Dry surfaces as well if they are not in a well-ventilated area with natural light.
  • Babies love to put things into their mouths, and toys are often the closest thing to hand. Be sure to regularly give your child's toys a clean with a good disinfectant. Wipe hard plastic toys down and make sure you rinse them thoroughly or put plush toys through the washing machine.
  • A good bath is essential for keeping your baby clean and tidy, but you need to make sure you are not over-washing as this is damaging to your baby's sensitive skin. In the first year of your baby's life a full bath is necessary only two or three times a week. Check out our step-by-step guide to bathing your baby.
  • These are three areas that need some special attention. Always keep your baby's nails well-trimmed so that they can't scratch themselves — the best time to trim them is when your baby is asleep. Be sure to use baby-sized nail clippers and not to cut the nails too short as these will hurt your baby.
  • Only wash the outside of your baby's ears, never the inside, and never insert cotton wool buds into your baby's ears. If your baby is unhappy and touching their ears repeatedly, this could be a sign of infection — be sure to get this looked at by a medical professional.
  • Clean any dried mucous from your baby's nose, as this can cause difficulty breathing. Use a damp wash cloth to gently remove the dried mucous. A nasal syringe may be needed to help remove excess mucous, but consult your baby's health practitioner before using one of these.
  • Be sure to keep your baby's eyes clear of any dried mucous. Use damp cotton wool to gently clean their eyes and seek medical attention if you notice your baby's eyes are irritated.

Jerusalema hitmaker Master KG in pregnancy termination brawl with Nomfundo Shezi

The star's sexual partner, singer Queen Lolly, is pregnant for the second time and says he is forcing her to have an abortion again.

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The star's sexual partner, singer Queen Lolly, is pregnant for the second time and says he is forcing her to have an abortion again.

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According to Sunday Times, music producer Master KG and singer Queen Lolly are in the middle of a pregnancy termination saga. Queen Lolly, whose real name is Nomfundo Shezi reports that she is currently almost one month pregnant with Master KG’s child. This is their second pregnancy together.

Shezi terminated the first pregnancy during lockdown because Master KG told her that she is being delusional. “Because of pressure from him, I decided to abort my baby,” says Shezi.

According to chat screenshots acquired by Sunday Times, Shezi told Master KG that he did not even bother covering the medical bills from the first termination. She does not want to terminate again and swears that he will not be a part of their lives.

“I refuse to have an abortion again. Though I am carrying his child, I don’t want anything to do with him. I will keep my baby and raise him like my other kids,” Shezi says.

Their relationship, according to the report, was merely sexual. In the texts, Master KG acknowledges that Shezi has a boyfriend, and they were merely sleeping together. She also admits that she slept with him because she wanted a future.

Master KG told Sunday World that they dated once and last saw each other last year. “I had no clue that she was once pregnant,” he adds.

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