Archive for April, 2013

Babies growing up – what to expect

April 30th, 2013

As soon as you find out you are pregnant your mind begins to race with a million question. What should I expect, what is going to change, and what is normal are some common questions new and expecting parents are faced with. Parents often worry about the future health of their babies including ailments such […]

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Crocodile tears

April 30th, 2013

As a new parent you quickly realise how much and how often babies will cry. Some parents are luckier than others will less vocal infants, but few get away with completely quiet kiddies. Crying is a healthy and normal part of infancy however it can be distressing as a parent when you don't know why […]

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Soothing your baby

April 30th, 2013

As a new parent, it can sometimes be hard to figure out ways in which you can soothe your baby if they are having trouble settling or sleeping. This can be especially hard if your child is distressed from a case of baby flu or nasal congestion problems. Not to worry, however, as we have […]

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Baby bedtime routines

April 30th, 2013

Getting your baby tucked in at bedtime can be a struggle, especially if they have been struck with the baby flu or a congestion problem. However there are some ways you can get into a good routine so that getting your baby to sleep is as easy as possible. Stick to it It's important to […]

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Creative baby book ideas

April 29th, 2013

Sometimes raising a baby can be stressful, particularly when they have come down with baby flu and congestion is keeping them awake and irritable. But the truth is that there is nothing quite as magical as being a parent. That is why many mums and dads choose to keep a baby book, so that they […]

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Pets and allergies

April 26th, 2013

A pet such as a puppy or a cat can make a wonderful addition to the family. They have been shown to boost mood, improve certain aspects of health, provide companionship and fun as well as stress relief! However unfortunately some people are allergic to pets, so with an infant in the household, there are […]

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Fun-filled winter activities

April 24th, 2013

Winter can seem like a dreary season, with all the rain and cold, as well as cases of the baby flu. Yet there are ways you can make the most of winter with some fun activities inside and outside of the home for your baby. Host a Disney day Why not take winter as a […]

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Dust proof your home for winter

April 23rd, 2013

Too much dust in your home and you may end up with a congested baby suffering from allergies. There's no better time than just before winter to clear up your home. Here are some ways in which you can dust proof your home so it's as healthy an environment as possible for the winter months […]

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Baby flu – what to do?

April 22nd, 2013

Baby flu is much more common during the winter months, so as we head into the cold season it's a good idea to know what to look out for and if and when you should seek medical help. Here are some warning signs which indicate you should take your baby to the doctor as the […]

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Keeping warm in winter

April 19th, 2013

It can be hard to know exactly how to keep your baby warm in the winter season as they can't tell you how they're feeling. You can gently check your baby's temperature with touch – if they feel damp or sweaty, they're overheated, but if their skin is cold to the touch then you will […]

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