Little Noses News

Preparing your baby for spring

July 18th, 2013

With the worst of winter almost out of the way, it's time to start thinking about spring and what this might mean for you and your little one. If your baby is prone to allergies then spring may be a bit of a challenging time. Not to worry, though – as long as you know […]

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Beat the snuffles

July 15th, 2013

Have you noticed that you have a baby with a stuffy nose on your hands lately? Perhaps they have been sniffling and snuffling more than usual and are having trouble sleeping or feeding. While it might be a baby cold or flu, if it doesn't pass it's important that you check your home for any […]

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When your baby’s crying

July 11th, 2013

It's important to remember that crying is going to be a part of any newborn or infant's life. While they might cry more at certain times, there are always going to be at least a few tears. When your baby is crying there are a few things you should ask yourself when you're looking to […]

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Babies and breathing through the nose

July 9th, 2013

You may have heard the term 'obligate nose breathers' thrown around. Well, this is what babies are – obligate nose breathers. That means that they generally only breathe through their noses, except during certain periods such as when they're crying. It's said that this tendency to breathe through the nose is because at a young […]

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Helping out your child’s winter allergies

July 5th, 2013

In winter you may notice that your child's allergies are exacerbated by the cooler conditions. Because we spend more time inside during the winter, indoor allergies from allergens such as mould and dust mites can flare up and cause some unpleasant symptoms. If you've got a newborn on your hands, you may notice them developing […]

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Clearing your baby’s nose

July 4th, 2013

As a new parent, it might be hard to know what to do when your little infant's nose is congested this winter. However, a congested baby isn't the end of the world, as there is plenty you can do to clear up their wee nose and have them as happy as Larry in no time. […]

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A guide to baby bathing

July 3rd, 2013

Bathing your baby can sometimes be a challenge, especially if they are extra uneasy due to a baby cold. However we've compiled a list of baby bathing tips to help you get through the experience relatively unscathed! In your newborn's first week, a gentle sponge bath is the way to go. Wash your little one's […]

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Australia birth facts and figures

June 28th, 2013

As a new parent you'll have a lot on your mind. Nursing, sleeping, baby cold and flu and nappies are likely to be filling your thoughts and you probably aren't even thinking about the other new families all around Australia and the impressive amount of babies that are being born. For interest's sake, it can […]

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How to feel fabulous after your baby’s born

June 28th, 2013

It's a time of joy – your baby has just been born and you're spending quality time nursing him or her, cuddling up, and even just watching your wee one in awe of how tiny their little fingers and toes are. You might have a few worries about the challenges to come – lack of […]

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Spending time with your newborn

June 27th, 2013

As a parent, spending quality time with your newborn baby is extremely important. There are also times where you are going to have to pay extra attention to your baby, such as if your infant develops a baby cold or some other ailment. On June 22, the federal government asked the Australian Human Rights Commission […]

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