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Signs & Symptoms

Clinical Psychologist Jaimie Bloch on detecting ASD in babies and toddlers

Did you know that about one in 150 Australians are affected by autism, and boys are four times more likely to have it than girls? In fact, autism is so common in our society that most of us either know someone who has it (if not several people) or know of someone who has it. With notable celebrities like Australian comedian Hannah Gadsby and South African-born American entrepreneur and CEO of Tesla Elon Musk talking...

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Teething

Signs of teething in babies

It’s so exciting seeing your baby reaching milestones as they grow, and that first tooth is a big one. It's so cute seeing their smile with that first tooth but teething can also be a tough stage for babies and parents...

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Development Tips

The 411 on baby onesies: Everything you need to know

Onesies are the MVP of your newborn’s wardrobe. Forget all the frills, buttons and don’t even get us started on tulle. In those early weeks and months with a newborn, onesies are your best friend. You’re all about survival, so do yourself a favour and save the fancy outfits for down the track. There will be plenty of time for that, but what other time in a human’s life is it acceptable, nay, encouraged, to...

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Baby Development

How do I know if my baby loves me?

You’re exhausted, sleep-deprived, covered in milk and in those dark moments you might start wondering if your baby even loves you. The good news is yes! Your baby absolutely adores you, and while the crying may...

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Development Tips

10 things you need to know about the Fourth Trimester

We know all about the first, second and third trimesters, but have you heard about the fourth trimester? As you’ve probably gathered, it’s the first 12 weeks after the baby is born. It’s basically the time where the baby is out – but not quite ready for it, so to speak. It’s a time of adjustment as they learn to exist in the big, wide world after having been so cosy inside your belly. Not...

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Baby Development

The lowdown on dummies

My eldest 2 were dummy babies. They took to it easily once I made the decision to offer it to them but with number 3, she just wouldn’t have a bar of it. On the few occasions that I tried to tempt her with it, she just spat it out and gagged. This suited me perfectly as I secretly wanted to put my settling techniques to the test and see if I could get by...

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