6-12 Months Development

Teething in Children

Teething can be painful time for you and your baby. It’s a distressing process that your baby has to go through but there are ways you can ease the pain of teething and provide some comfort.   When does Teething Start? It usually starts when your baby is around 6 months old. However, it has […]

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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

There is a lot of anxiety around Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. It is one of the biggest fears of most parents for their new born baby. It is a rare occurrence but to put your mind at ease we’ve found some ways to reduce the risks of SIDS.     What is SIDS? SIDS is […]

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How to Swaddle a Baby

When you’re baby is crying there are many soothing techniques to calm her down. And swaddling your new born baby can be a great way to comfort her. How to Swaddle Swaddling is a soothing technique which can make your baby feel warm and gives a relaxing bed time effect that makes her calmer. Here […]

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How to relieve baby’s wind

Every baby is a gassy baby, but it’s spotting the signs and knowing how to help to relieve the pressure that you’ve got learn.   How to relieve the pressure If your baby is generally happy but gets momentarily fussy then it’s probably their way of trying to pass gas which is completely normal. They […]

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How to: Hold your baby whilst Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is one of the most wonderful but worrying parts of being a new mum. A lot of women fear their baby won’t latch or that the position they are in isn’t right. There are many different positions you can use when breastfeeding. There is no one position that is better than the others, so […]

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How to: get a Good Breastfeeding Latch

Breastfeeding is part of a natural bond between mothers and babies – but this doesn’t mean that it comes naturally to everyone. How to get your baby to latch To help create this bond and get into a feeding routine with your baby, try to breastfeed within an hour of delivering. If you’re struggling getting […]

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How to clip your baby’s nails

You’d be surprised how fast little fingernails grow; you’ll find you need to trim them several times a week. We’ve got some tips for keeping them short. How to cut your baby’s nails Even though they’re softer than adult nails, your baby’s nails can still be sharp, so you’ve got to keep them short to […]

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How to clear your baby’s nose

A stuffy nose can often unsettle your baby – especially since new-borns only know how to breathe through their nostrils at first. Clearing your baby’s nose helps her to breathe much easier but understandably a lot of babies don’t like this removal process and many parents find this to be a tricky job, so don’t […]

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Choosing a Holiday Destination

When the time comes to start researching where to go on your family holiday there are many things to take into consideration. You want to pick somewhere that is fun for you and your partner and for your children too. Here are some tips for picking a holiday destination: Decide how far you want to […]

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Breastfeeding Styles

Every baby feeds differently from the next. Below are different styles of breastfeeding, observed by experts from Yale University, USA: ‘Barracuda’ type. This is the type of baby that once the breast is shown to them they energetically suck the nipple for 10-20 minutes.  This can result in painful nipples but gradually your child will […]

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