Monthly Archives: October 2011

Teething

Teething can not only be painful for your baby but can be distressing too. It is difficult for them to understand what is happening to them and frustrating for you to watch. It will usually start when your baby reaches … Continue reading
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Baby Safety for the Hall, Living Room and Stairway

Here are are tops tips for keeping your home safe for little ones: – A safety gate will stop your baby roaming around the house. Use at the top and bottom of the stairs, and in doorways. If you are … Continue reading
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Safety in the Kitchen

Kitchens are not really a safe place for children! Here are some top tips for safety at home for baby. Use a stair gate or travel barrier to temporarily block the kitchen off when cooking or when you are not … Continue reading
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Safety with Carriers

As with all baby equipment, you need to follow the manufacturer’s guidelines on usage. Firstly, make sure that your baby is within the correct weight limit for using the baby carrier. It’s fundamental to make sure that baby is positioned … Continue reading
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Advice About Teething: Your Baby’s First Teeth

Your baby’s first teeth start to develop before they’re even born and then when they’re about 6 to 9 months old these teeth will start to emerge through the gums. Your baby’s first tooth will more than likely appear in … Continue reading
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Developmental Progress 12 months +

12 Months + Most babies say their fist word (not counting “mama” or “dada”) around their first birthday. Sight: Vision is quite well developed and a fine distinction can be made between hues. Babies of this age still prefer bright … Continue reading
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What Toys are Best for 12-18month Old Babies

Your toddler is really taking off these days — and as you chase her little body down the street, you may miss the days before she learned to use her legs so well. “Active” is an apt way to describe … Continue reading
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What Toys are Best for 24-30month Old Babies?

Your child is now 2, and has become even more, or rather assertive! But his defiance really results from the tug-of-war between his desire for independence and his continuing need for help. What he’s doing — again and again — … Continue reading
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What Toys are Best for 9-12month Old Babies

By the time babies are 9 or 10 months old, they’re usually able make their way around the room in some fashion — creeping, crawling, or cruising (walking with the furniture’s assistance). By 12 months, many babies have risen to … Continue reading
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Development of Baby’s Vision

If a mother exposes her prenatal belly to bright light, studies indicate that her unborn fetus will close its eyelids. This amazing behavior indicates that babies do use their senses even before birth. Vision is the most complex of all … Continue reading
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