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Signs & Symptoms

5 things in your home that could be affecting your child’s health

As parents we want to do everything we can to protect our little ones and keep them safe. We buy the best car seats, we hold their hand to cross the road and teach them not to talk to strangers. But did you know sometimes there can be hidden dangers lurking in your own home that could be potentially dangerous to their health? Things such as mould, dust mites and humidity can be affecting your...

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Baby Development

Do first-born babies actually look more like their fathers?

There’s an old theory that says first-born babies were genetically predispositioned to look more like their father. It was believed this was so the father accepted the child was his and would provide and care for them. There’s also another theory that says it was so he didn’t eat the baby...

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Development Milestones

Developmental milestones: When do babies roll?

Rolling is one of those lesser-talked about milestones, than say crawling, walking or talking – but when it happens it’s still just as exciting! And will quickly become their new favourite trick. It often happens when you least expect it, your little one will be happily playing on their tummy – and boom there they go! Or often we might not even see it happen at all, one minute they’re on their tummy – we...

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Development Milestones

Developmental milestones: When do babies crawl?

Crawling is one of the most exciting (and adorable) baby milestones. There’s nothing quite like that moment you see your little one take off! It’s one of the first signs of independence that our babies show and it gives them their first real taste of the world around them. Crawling is a major step in their development, between when they learn to sit up and as they eventually move towards walking. There are so many...

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Hygiene & Keeping Clean

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 help your baby stay comfy and dry – which means they are big on quality but remain low on price. They’re...

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Signs & Symptoms

6 things you need to know about reading the signs… (in the first year)

Whether it’s your baby or yourself, looking out for signs and symptoms is very important. The body is an incredible machine and it’s programmed to send signs and cues to alert you when something isn’t quite right. Remember to always trust your gut, when something doesn’t feel quite right, it’s probably not. Always ask the questions – there are no silly questions when it comes to the health of you and your baby! Here are...

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Safe Sleep

Sleeping bags for babies with hip dysplasia

One of the joys of bringing home a new baby is having the chance to try out some of the adorable things you’ve collected during nesting. However, finding out your baby needs to wear a harness due to their hip displacement treatment can be a very emotional time. Feeling like you have to forgo all those gorgeous carriers and swaddles can be disheartening. We love that ergoPouch creates products that truly meet the needs of...

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Self Care

10 nourishing foods for postpartum recovery

In those early days and weeks after welcoming your baby, your own nutrition is often the last thing on your mind. We’re so caught up in that endless sleeping-feeding-pooping cycle (theirs, that is), that our needs usually get pushed to the side. However, we’re here to remind you that looking after yourself during this period is just as important as caring for that precious bundle in your arms. Nutrition is incredibly important during the postpartum...

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Safe Sleep

The latest innovation in newborn sleep

Introducing the new ergoPouch Baby Tuck Sheet, a safe alternative to blankets and sheets to keep your little one nice and secure while they sleep. And because we know you care as much about safety as we do, it’s been approved by the Australian infant safety group, INPAA! You might remember being shown how to swaddle your newborn in the hospital and then how to wrap a blanket or sheet over the top to firmly...

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