Monthly Archives: July 2011

Why Tummy Time is Important

The more experience your baby has of the world during their first months, the better equipped they will be to build on this knowledge in the future. Activity baby gyms help this early learning process by stimulating the development of … Continue reading
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Doctors Recommend the Baby Bjorn Sitter

Senior Physician and Spokesman for the Paediatric Department Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital Dr Amanda Weiss Kelly summarises why they are recommending Babybjorn Babysitters at the Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital. Helps prevent sleeping problems The Babybjorn Babysitter Balance may … Continue reading
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Premature Feeding Equipment

The Dr Brown Natural Flow Feeding system has been shown to be of benefit to premature babies who have a poor sucking reflex and have problems competing with the vacuum found in unvented bottles. It can also assist with the … Continue reading
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Breast Care While Breast Feeding

Engorgement Engorgement of the breast can occur 3-4 days after the birth of your baby and is due to the breasts becoming overfull of milk, they may feel heavy and tender to touch. This feeling will probably only last a … Continue reading
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Why are Baby Bouncers Important?

Baby Bouncers, sometimes called bouncy chairs, range in design from simple to sensational. The most basic bouncers are cushioned cloth support on a reclining metal frame, which “bounces” with baby’s movements. The fabric seat conforms to baby’s shape, offering comfort … Continue reading
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