Category Archives: Parenting

The Best Ways for New Mums To Spend Mother’s Day

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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

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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

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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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7 Signs Your Little One Loves You

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Ok so let’s be real- your newborn isn’t going to immediately show you any appreciation for your gruelling labour, sleepless nights and your one sided conversations made up of silly voices. As you get to know your baby you’ll feel … Continue reading

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5 Lessons We Can Learn From Children

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Your children probably teach you things daily like how to get red grape juice out of white carpet, the best way to answer the most awkward questions and how much blood requires a visit to A&E. Of course, they also … Continue reading

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How New Parents Can Keep The Romance Alive This Valentine’s Day

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The day’s filled with big bouquets of red roses, indulgent chocolates and romantic gestures…Yes; we’re talking about Valentine’s Day! Love is in the air and the most romantic day is right around the corner. If you’ve just had a baby … Continue reading

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Do parental fights have an effect on your child’s wellbeing?

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One of the most stressful events of childhood is arguments. Whether it’s bickering over who has to get up to change your little one or a full blown out argument, it’s normal when you’re parents. However, research shows that fights … Continue reading

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Fatherhood Fears

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When you learn of your partner’s pregnancy, you’ll probably be feeling a mix of emotions; excitement, joy, nerves and for some, a cascade of worries.  New fathers may feel embarrassed about sharing their anxieties and insecurities- but that’s completely natural. … Continue reading

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Balancing Motherhood and your Career

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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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What can I do to stop by newborn crying all the time?

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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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