Monthly Archives: March 2014

Will Playing Classical Music To My Baby Make Her More Intelligent?

There is no real evidence that playing classical music to your baby will make her more intelligent.  It is a great way for you and your little one to unwind though so there’s no harm in popping on some Mozart … Continue reading
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Babymoov Sleeping Comfort Range- FAQ’s

– Paediatricians recommend not adding anything on the bed. Why a sleeping comfort range? Ensuring the baby’s safety while it sleeps is essential. Indeed, it is advisable not to add anything on the bed to prevent any risk of chocking … Continue reading
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Everything You Need To Know About a Peanut Allergy

If your little one has a peanut allergy, his immune system will react to the food containing peanuts because it wrongly assumes this food is a threat. Allergic reactions to peanuts can be mild, but can sometimes cause a severe … Continue reading
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The Best Ways for New Mums To Spend Mother’s Day

Whether you’re a mum, daughter, grandmother or all of the above, Mother’s Day holds a special place in all of our hearts. Sure, when it comes to birthdays we get a chance to show our appreciation but Mother’s Day is … Continue reading
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Coping with Separation Anxiety

Does your baby scream and wail the minute you leave them? You’re in need of our separation survival guide… It’s important to understand that separation anxiety is a normal stage of development and begins when babies start to understand that … Continue reading
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10 Things you Didn’t Know About Breastfeeding

1)      Babies who are breastfed can identify their mother’s breast milk through smell alone. 2)      75% of mothers produce more milk with their right breast- even if they are left handed! 3)      You can find human milk sold on the … Continue reading
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What You Should Know Before Your Baby Starts Talking

1)      Before your baby starts talking, you’ve probably began to interpret her many cries and decode her sounds of delight. She has already begun interacting with you through her loving looks, babbling, cooing and crying. Respond to your baby and … Continue reading
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Simple Meal Ideas for a Toddler with a Dairy Allergy

Has your tot been diagnosed with a dairy intolerance? It might seem hard to ditch the cheese that he loves and whip up a meal that he’ll devour over when you’re limited to dairy free ingredients.  Before you start to … Continue reading
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