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About Geego

At Geego, we utilize a smart and intelligent blend of skill, technology and standards to provide comfort and protection to babies.

Our core values aim at achieving and maintaining ultimate comfort and maximum protection for babies as our blend of premium products actively provide a smooth experience and extra soft relief.

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Am I Pregnant?  Signs and symptoms.

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Are you pregnant? One way to tell is to look for the first signs of pregnancy, some of which can show up just a few short weeks after conception. Before…

Twins and Multiple Pregnancy

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In a multiple pregnancy, there is more than one baby growing in the womb (uterus) at the same time. Being pregnant with twins is the most common example. Both mother…

Pregnancy announcement.

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For many women, deciding on the right time to tell family and friends that they are pregnant is difficult. There is no right answer, but there are several things you…

Antenatal care and classes.

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Once your pregnancy is confirmed, it’s important to see your GP or a midwife as soon as possible so you can schedule the appointments you will need during your pregnancy.…

Exercising during pregnancy.

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Exercising during pregnancy. Regular exercise during pregnancy can improve health, reduce the risk of excess weight gain and back pain, and it may make delivery easier. Moderate exercise during pregnancy…

Pregnancy – trimester by trimester

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Your Guide to the First Trimester of Pregnancy There's a lot going on in there as your baby begins to develop. Here's more about what to expect, including your first…

Feeding

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Breastfeeding or Formula feeding ? The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recommends that babies be breastfed exclusively for about the first 6 months. Following the introduction of solid foods, breastfeeding…

Sleep

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Newborn sleep — how do babies sleep? It helps to remember a few tenets of newborn baby sleep so you don't tear your hair out when you're up in the…

Care

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It’s true: Your baby is absolutely beautiful and probably the sweetest tiny human ever born, but even the most stunning infants need a bit of grooming now and then. And,…

Giving Birth

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Labor and Delivery While it takes nine months to grow a full-term baby, labor and delivery occurs in a matter of days or even hours. However, it’s the process of…

Premature

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Most pregnancies last 40 weeks. A baby born before the 37th week is known as a premature or pre-term baby. Medical advances have meant that more than 9 out of…

Development

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Infant development is most often divided into the following areas: Cognitive Language Physical, such as fine motor skills (holding a spoon, pincer grasp) and gross motor skills (head control, sitting,…

Sleep

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Baby sleep basics: 6 to 9 months   Typical baby sleep schedule for this age Most 6- to 9-month-olds sleep 14 to 15 hours a day (between night-time sleep and…

Development

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Child development 6–9 months You and your baby are starting to feel (and act) like separate people. He is starting to sit up, move by rolling, reach out, and act…

Safety

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Did you know that hundreds of children younger than 1 year die every year in the United States because of injuries — most of which can be prevented? Often, injuries…

Feeding

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Signs of readiness for solid food The following are some guidelines from the American Academy of Pediatrics. Your child is likely ready to try solids when he: Can hold head up and…

Activities

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Your baby began exploring his world during his first 6 months. But he’s not done exploring—he’s just getting started! Now his explorations become more intentional as his growing language, thinking,…

Development

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You’ll see lots of change between 1 and 2 years. As a parent, you now have to think about safety and setting limits, as well as caring for your baby.…

Activities

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What babies started to do and learn in their first 12 months really takes off during the next 12. Through their play experiences and interactions with you (remember, you are…

Feeding

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At 1 year old, your child is learning to eat on her own. She can chew her food as well as you can, so she can eat the same foods…

Sleep

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Typical sleep at this age Now your baby is officially a toddler – but he still needs as much sleep as he did when he was younger. Until his second…

Safety

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Did you know that injuries are the leading cause of death of children younger than 4 years in the United States? Most of these injuries can be prevented. Often, injuries…

Diaper Rash

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What is diaper rash? Diaper rash is redness and rash on a baby’s bottom or genital area. It is a very common rash. Most babies will get it from time to…

Changing a Diaper

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Tape Diapers Whether you've never changed a diaper before or you're an old pro, you'll get plenty of practice with your new baby. Most parents have made common mistakes, like…

Diaper Basics

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    A diaper is a type of underwear that allows the wearer to urinate or defecate without the use of a toilet, by absorbing or containing waste products to…