Monthly Archives: January 2014

Raise your Child to be Healthy in a Supersize Environment

According to recent studies, 1 in 3 children are overweight. In today’s world, the most common veg eaten by a child is the French fry and experts say that the way parents feed their children lays down the groundwork for … Continue reading
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Balancing Motherhood and your Career

Just because you’re a Mum doesn’t mean you should give up on your career. Can you have a successful career and be a hands-on Mum at the same time? Of course! Just as long as you accept that you can’t … Continue reading
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Secrets for Beating Sleep Deprivation

You’ve probably been warned that as a new parent, sleep is scattered.  You might find yourself dozing off on the sofa in the afternoon then asleep again at 8pm, waking up at 3am then half an hour later, then and … Continue reading
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Does affection boost your baby’s brain power?

Any parent will agree that the moment they see their little one smiling up at them, all anxieties disappear as nothing is more extraordinary or joyful than that very moment when you realise your baby has fallen in love with … Continue reading
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What can I do to stop by newborn crying all the time?

It’s completely natural to feel overwhelmed (or like the worst Mummy on earth) if your baby cries and screams all the time, especially when every effort you make to comfort her fails. First, check for the obvious reasons she may … Continue reading
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How to Survive a Trip to a Restaurant With Your Baby

In the midst of all the nappy changing and rushing around to attend to your crying baby, you’ll want to take a break and treat yourself to a meal at your favourite restaurant.  If you can’t find a babysitter at the … Continue reading
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Tricks to Help Your Teething Baby

The journey to a mouth filled with gleaming pearly whites from a cute gummy grin is not always an easy one.  When your little one sprouts his first teeth he might not experience any problems at all, but it could … Continue reading
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Top Tips for a Germ-Free Home

1. Always wash your hands. After using the toilet, after changing baby’s nappy, before preparing baby’s bottles, before preparing food and eating. 2. Teach your little ones good hand-washing as soon as they are old enough and especially after they … Continue reading
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Basic Rules for Easy to Prepare and Easy to Eat Dishes for your Child

A sulking child refusing to eat what you’ve lovingly prepared is not the best way to start dinner time!  Does “that’s yucky!”, “I’m not eating that!” or “I don’t like it!” sound familiar? Here are three quick tips for a … Continue reading
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Boost your Baby Bond

Did you expect an immediate feeling of intense attachment to your newborn as soon as you gave birth; a feeling that would make you want to shower him with constant love and affection? Mother-baby bonding is complicated and often takes … Continue reading
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