Development

When Do Babies Start Talking?

Although your baby won’t be having a conversation with you at 3 months of age, they are certainly taking in everything you are saying to them! This is one of the reasons why it is important to talk to them as if they are a talker, even when they may not be responding to you…

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Baby Massage: How To Guide

Touch is the first sense that we acquire and some consider it, the very first language we learn. It’s universal. From the very moment a baby is born, they are placed on their mother’s chest or abdomen, to give them as much skin to skin contact as possible. This contact stabilises a baby’s body temperature,…

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Top five ways to connect with your toddler.

1. Understand their behaviour is not personal There is truly no better place to start when discussing a connection with your toddler. I believe that most parents long for a strong connection with their children and sometimes what can get in the way is those early moments of defiance and aggression. When children behave aggressive…

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Practical Tips For Teaching Your Child To Count

There is usually a lot of excitement that comes when you first discover your little one can count! Now this might only be 1-2-3 but it is an achievement and one to celebrate. Children get great joy in showing off their new found skill, especially when it gets quite the response from you. As they…

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Sleep

How To Prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS

When you have a baby, you will find yourself in endless conversations talking about your baby’s sleep. Now everyone has an opinion when it comes to doing things the ‘right’ way.  You will hear from mums that co-sleep, ones that are totally against this ‘unsafe’ practice and others who have their little one in a…

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Development

7 Ways To Bond With Your Newborn

Learn 7 easy ways to bond with your newborn through play and baby massage. Learn how to interact to ensure your baby is developing all their senses.

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Practical Tips For Teaching Your Child To Write

Typically, parents will think of writing as something that isn’t achievable for preschoolers. After all, it’s hard to write when you can’t yet recognise letters or spell words. However, the foundations of writing actually begins early on – from colouring in to crayon scribbles! Simple ways to encourage your child’s writing skills Encourage your little…

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How To Relieve A Constipated Baby

Understand your baby’s stool, how to relieve a constipated baby, how to support your baby through their discomfort – and when to seek support from your doctor.

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Feeding

Alcohol And Breastfeeding – Is Your Child In Danger

Learn whether it’s safe to feed your baby with alcohol in your system, how to monitor your alcohol intake whilst breast-feeding, , and what it means to pump and dump.

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Practical Tips For Teaching Your Child To Read

There are many milestones that you will enjoy watching your little one go through – from taking those first steps, speaking their first words, and eventually learning how to read and write. From this excitement, can also come some pressure for both parent and child. Many parents will be left googling ‘when should my baby’…

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