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So, what exactly is a Muslin?

When you find out you’re pregnant and you’re inevitably doing your mad dose of research, words pop up every now and then which you can do nothing but…stare at. What the heck is a Muslin? Is that a spelling mistake? Who is … Continue reading
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Cute or Creepy? 3D models of your unborn babies sonogram?!

Okay, so something incredible (or creepy) has happened in the world of ultrasound scans. We know the days of a meek monochrome scan of your 2D peanut are slowly phasing out and are being replaced by the blurry, distorted and … Continue reading
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Why does my baby wake up crying?

This isn’t going to be one of those ‘tough love’ articles where we tell you to leave your little new-born to cry their hearts out in distress, it will just be a nudge in that direction – just a slight … Continue reading
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Establishing a Routine

As a new mum, you may be bubbling with excitement as you bring your little one home, but no doubt you’re also feeling overwhelmed about the new life you are responsible for. How do you know when your baby should … 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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Do parental fights have an effect on your child’s wellbeing?

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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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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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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Newborn Surprises

Newborns will not look how you expect them to So, you’ve just given birth to a wonderful bundle of joy and wondering why your new baby has a pointy head, or has wrinkly skin, or why their head is so … Continue reading
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