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6 things you need to know about feeding your baby… (in the first year)

Without a doubt, one of the hardest aspects of the first few weeks and months of adjusting to parenthood is adjusting to feeding. There are so many factors involved and so many opinions being hurled at you. Combine that with sleep deprivation and a cocktail of hormones surging through your body and it can be…

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Newborn & Baby

Little One’s nappies: Big on quality low on price

Nappies are the unsung hero of parenthood. They’re there from day 1 and keep the sh*t from hitting the fan. Literally. But we never really give them much thought – until we run out of them (or there’s a dreaded 💩  explosion). Woolworth’s range of Little One’s nappies offer up to 12 hours absorbency* to…

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Newborn & Baby

The weird and wonderful places you’ll change a nappy

When you’re pregnant you plan your nursery with a cute little change table, kitted out with nappies and wipes and lotions and creams. A change of clothes always in arms reach and you smile, thinking of how you’ll sing songs to your baby and look into their eyes and connect while you change their nappy….

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Signs & Symptoms

The ultimate guide to your baby’s poop

It’s safe to say that analysing your baby’s poo is a skill you never thought you would need. Let alone become an expert at. But here we are. You’ll decipher it, you’ll discuss it with your partner (more than you talk about your relationship), you’ll find it in all number of places (and crevices) and…

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Nutrition Tips

5 simple tips to boost your child’s immunity through nutrition

When the chilly weather rolls in and flu season looms, many parents are concerned about their little one’s immune system. Although exposure to some of these bugs can strengthen immunity and build resistance, a healthy immune system is essential for fighting disease. The trick to a truly healthy immune system is maintaining a balanced lifestyle…

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Health & Wellbeing

What’s for dinner? Our EveryPlate Review

We’ve recently been trying out the very convenient EveryPlate delivery service! Why did we think it was a good idea to give it a go? Because I’m always failing at coordinating the grocery orders and subsequently end up making a million trips to the local grocer ($$) I love the idea of having someone deliver…

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Figuring out your parenting style

Before you had kids you probably had a pretty good idea about what type of parent you would be. What parenting style you would embrace. Did you think you would be strict and run a tight ship? Or did you think you would be more relaxed, a go-with the flow type of parent? As the…

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Let’s stop saying ‘all that matters is a healthy baby’

What would it take for women to emerge from their births physically well AND emotionally safe? This is the question actress and activist Zoe Naylor, along with doula, Jerusha Sutton and midwife, Jo Hunter pose in their documentary Birth Time. Following a traumatic experience with her first birth, Zoe described herself as “uneducated and underprepared”…

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Nutrition Tips

4 Easter swaps that will get the kids tick of approval

Easter and school holidays are coming, but that doesn’t mean sugar-highs or crashes, because I’ve got some tips for your Easter break to ensure you have a Wholesome and importantly tasty celebration. While this is a chocolate-filled holiday, your kids don’t have to miss out and you as the parent don’t have to panic. Now…

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The self-care myth: Why do I still feel burnt out?

Too often we’re led to believe that a bubble bath, a face mask or an hour away from our kids will solve all our problems. So why do I still feel burnt out the moment I return? Sure my batteries might feel recharged momentarily, or if I’m lucky they might stay that way for a…

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