Monthly Archives: November 2012

How to help your baby start crawling

Every baby will crawl when they want to, after about 6 months.  The foundation for being able to crawl comes from other physical milestones that your baby will have conquered, such as lying face down, pushing up with arms, and … Continue reading
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Sight Through a Baby’s Eyes

 Whilst sight is obviously incredibly important for its own sake, it has a major impact on your little one’s ability to grasp, sit, roll-over, crawl and walk. Recognising the milestones that their eyes are making and offering suitable toys that have … Continue reading
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Mothers With Milk Build Up Should Know About Mastitis

Mastitis is something that affects 1 in 10 new breastfeeding mums, and some bottle feeding mums as well.  It is an inflammation of the breasts which manifests in hot, red, swollen, hard, or painful breasts.  You may also feel a … Continue reading
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What To Do To Avoid Sibling Rivalry

Sibling rivalry is perhaps something that parents fear the most when planning their family. Questions around birth spacing often focus on whether the two, or three, will play well together, will have enough in common, or will indeed be jealous … Continue reading
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Dealing with Toddler Tantrums

Whenever you may have seen toddlers in shopping centres having a meltdown, it is always a relief to be able to walk away.  However, when it is your own little one throwing a tantrum, the story is altogether more troublesome.  … Continue reading
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