Monthly Archives: January 2011

Developmental Progress 6-12 months

6 to 12 Months Vision: Vision is well developed and a fine distinction can be made between hues. Babies of this age still prefer bright colours and also enjoy photographs of humans and, especially, people they know. Hearing: At this … Continue reading
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Water Birth and Home Birth Pools

What is a Water Birth? A water birth is the delivery of a child immersed under warm water. Although water births are now widely accepted and practised throughout the world; at home and in hospitals, it still remains a fairly … Continue reading
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Pregnancy and Dads to Be

Although pregnancy and the birth of a child is predominantly an all-female affair, Dads to be shouldn’t feel left out during the pregnancy and play a vital and active role. There is plenty for you to do and be involved … Continue reading
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The Importance of Eye Contact For Baby With a Baby Carrier

In 1970, the Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital published their groundbreaking studies showing the importance of eye contact between children and parents and the emotional closeness this creates. This method, which was radical in its time, encouraged mothers to carry … Continue reading
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Choosing and Using a Baby High Chair

Knowing when your baby is ready to use a high chair is really down to your own judgment. Ideally your child should be able to sit unsupported, this is generally around 6 months, but can be much later. What to … Continue reading
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