Monthly Archives: August 2011

Choosing Safe Toys

Your children should be able to play happily with the toys, and you should have peace of mind that they are safe. Not only should they be safe but they should also be suitable for the age of your child. … Continue reading

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Out and About with Baby

When travelling with a baby in the car there are a number of products to help make your journey safer: – A Babyview Mirror will help you to see your baby in the back seat without turning around. – Protect … Continue reading

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Preventing Burns and Scalds on Children

Accidents happen, but there is plenty you can do to help prevent your child becoming badly scalded or burnt. Remember it only takes a second for a serious accident to occur. Baby’s skin is delicate and burn injuries can be … Continue reading

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Toy Safety

Toys are the treasures of childhood, as long as they’re chosen with care. But are toys really hazardous? You may want to observe these guidelines when choosing toys, and share them with anyone who may be buying gifts for your … Continue reading

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How Can You Learn Baby Signing?

A new baby will cry to gain your attention. Over the next few years, a baby learns first to interact, then to “babble” and to use words and then sentences. Between 6-18 months babies use a combination of gestures and … Continue reading

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An Ideal Leg Position for Newborns and Infants in Baby Bjorn Carriers

Baby Carriers offer an ideal leg position for newborns and infants. The combination of the leg to body angle and the legs’ outward rotation promotes the maturing process by the hip joints. A built-in head support is ideal for infants … Continue reading

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