Placed before 12 pm, Mon - Fri (excludes public holidays)
Excludes orders with items eligible for assembly/installation
Excludes orders with special requests
Excludes orders with Click & Collect items (separate transactions are recommended)
NOTE: Items applicable for next day delivery will be reflected on product page. View here for full terms and conditions.
Gift Wrapping Terms & Conditions:
Odd sized items may be gift wrapped individually.
Gift wrapping cost would be in increments of $4 depending on size and weight.
Items in cart with gift wrapping option chosen would not necessarily fit into a single box. Therefore customers should understand that Mothercare Singapore will do its best to present the items in the best possible option available at the moment.
Gift Wrapping option would not be available for next day delivery. Parcel will be recieved by the recipient within 3 to 5 working days.
Gift wrapping services will not be extended to click & collect.
All price tags will be removed for all items that are checked out with gift wrapping, gift receipts without prices will be included in the parcel
Please take note that not all items can be gift wrapped, a gift wrapping indication will be displayed on the product page
When should I start giving my baby expressed milk?
If your baby is healthy and breastfeeding is going well, there’s no need to rush into giving her expressed milk. For the first four weeks, you’re working together to initiate and build your breast milk supply while she learns to breastfeed efficiently. While there is limited data,1 it is thought that unnecessarily introducing bottles during this crucial first month could interfere with these processes.
But if your newborn struggles to latch or suck for any reason, then start expressing milk as soon as possible after the birth. Read our articles on overcoming problems in the first week and feeding breast milk to your premature baby or infant with special needs for more advice, as well as getting support from your healthcare professionals.
How to store, freeze and thaw breast milk
Breast milk is better for your baby than formula – but freshly expressed breast milk is preferable to refrigerated, and refrigerated is better than frozen. That’s because freshly expressed milk has the best bacteria-fighting properties and is higher in antioxidants, vitamins and fat than milk that has been refrigerated or frozen.