Little Noses News

Are you keeping active?

August 1st, 2013

Once you become a mother, it seems like you're always on the move, tending to nappy changes, a baby cold, sleepless nights and hungry cries. So often parents are exhausted simply from everything that comes with looking after a little one, that it doesn't seem like there is any time for extra physical activity – […]

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Packing for a holiday? Always be prepared

July 31st, 2013

If your family is heading off for a winter break – whether it's a day trip, long weekend or full-blown holiday – it's essential that you're prepared and have everything that you need for you and your baby. Have you thought about what you're going to pack? Of course, there are the obvious essentials such […]

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Fun ideas for the baby years

July 31st, 2013

Time flies and before you know it, your little baby will be a toddler, then a teenager, and even an adult. The years seem to whizz by faster and faster, so it's good to take a moment to record what is happening in your baby's world. Scrapbooking Scrapbooks are a whole lot of fun if […]

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Top 3 tips for a congested baby

July 31st, 2013

It's no fun for anyone if your baby has a congested nose. Whether it be from a cold or from allergies, your baby is going to be uncomfortable during this time. However all is not lost – there are some basic steps you can take to make your baby more comfortable, which will hopefully score […]

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Keeping up your energy levels

July 31st, 2013

If you have a baby with a cold or flu on your hands, it's likely you'll be working even harder than usual to look after them. Often they'll need more attention and comfort, and won't be sleeping as well. This is why it's extra important that you look after yourself during this time. Make sure […]

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Easing your little one to sleep

July 30th, 2013

If your child has a baby cold or flu, they might be finding it more difficult to sleep than usual, especially if they have a congested nose. Babies breathe primarily through their noses in their early months of life, so they can become distressed when this becomes more difficult. However while these uncomfortable symptoms are […]

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Feeding for a baby cold

July 29th, 2013

Coming up soon is the World Breastfeeding Week, which aims to draw attention to the benefits and issues around breastfeeding. The week – which runs from August 1-7 – is a reminder of the importance of health for both mother and baby. One of the challenges of feeding is that sometimes you'll find yourself having […]

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National stress down day

July 25th, 2013

Everyone knows that being a parent is a stressful business. Between the nappy changes, baby flu, allergies, late nights and hungry cries there is a lot going on! Not to mention all the other daily stressors of life that can pile up on top of this. To tackle these kinds of issues, mental health organisation […]

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Daycare: baby best practice

July 23rd, 2013

Daycare can be a bit of a battlefield, especially when it comes to dealing with the illnesses that seem to spread around like wildfire. Almost every parent will experience picking up their baby with a stuffy nose from daycare, as with all the shared facilities, toys and play equipment babies pick up the snuffles rather […]

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How to wind down

July 19th, 2013

Any parent who has taken care of a baby with a blocked nose, a cold or the flu will know that it can be a testing time. Sleep will be interrupted more often than usual and your baby is likely to be more restless and feeling a little uncomfortable. All this leads to more stress […]

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