Baby care

10 things you never knew about newborn babies

10 things you never knew about newborn babies

14:49, 18 September 2017

So, you've made it through the pregnancy and birth and you thought you knew all there was to know about your new arrival, but hey they can always surprise us. Spotted something unusual about your little one? Don’t freak out just yet; first read our guide to some of the weird...

Your baby at 6 months

Your baby at 6 months

18:06, 14 October 2017

What you can expect from your baby at six months old   At 6 months old, they’re half way through their first year and really kicking on (although not quite walking). Read on to find out more about your baby’s sight, touch and starting to wean your baby.  ...

Your baby at 5 months

Your baby at 5 months

18:06, 14 October 2017

What you could expect from your baby at five months old   Your baby at five months old Up until now, you’ve been the one showing all the affection, but you may soon start to see something back, and it will be so worth the wait. You baby might hold out their arms to be...

9 Things to Do to Get Your House in Order Before Baby Comes

9 Things to Do to Get Your House in Order Before Baby Comes

13:56, 15 September 2017

Whether your due date is approaching or you feel the urge to get your home in tip-top shape, use this guide to get the work done.   Big Picture To-Dos   1. Give your house a “safety exam.” Having a baby at home who can crawl into the kitchen and open...

Is your baby ready for weaning?

Is your baby ready for weaning?

15:12, 14 September 2017

The best time to start   How do you know if you baby is ready for weaning?   If your four – six month-old can sit up with support and hold their head steady and is putting toys and other objects in their mouth, they could be ready for solids, but how do you know...

Your baby at 4 months

Your baby at 4 months

15:04, 14 September 2017

What can you expect your baby to be doing at four months old?   Your baby at four months old   At four months old your baby's development will be speeding up. Along with improved senses, they will likely be going through the early stages of speech development and...

Your baby at 3 months

Your baby at 3 months

16:57, 13 September 2017

What will your baby be starting to do at three months old?   Your baby at three months old   Between two and three months your baby will discover their hands, maybe staring at them in fascination and trying to bring them towards their mouth. Efforts to control their...

Your baby at 2 months

Your baby at 2 months

16:45, 13 September 2017

  What development to expect from your baby at two months old   Your baby at two months old   Drum roll please... It’s the moment you've been waiting for since you met your tiny little baby all those weeks ago. Around now you should be getting your...

Your baby at 1 month

Your baby at 1 month

16:38, 13 September 2017

What will your baby be starting to do at one month old?   Your baby at one month old   In month one, your baby will go through a range of developments, linked not only to their appearance and growth but also their senses and motor skills. OK, so it will be a while...

What Baby Skin Care Products Does Your Newborn Need?

What Baby Skin Care Products Does Your Newborn Need?

19:51, 06 August 2017

Newborn baby skin care is a delicate matter. In the early months, as your baby's immune system develops, you'll want to use the mildest cleansers and the smallest bit of lotion. But when dry skin, eczema, and diaper rash appear, it's time to treat those problems. Talk to your...

31 Breastfeeding Secrets

31 Breastfeeding Secrets

09:20, 28 July 2017

Nursing your baby is no easy feat. Luckily, we've rounded up the only breastfeeding tips you'll ever need, from the experts who've figured out the smartest tricks, shortcuts, and solutions.   I didn't bother buying bottles before I had my daughter, Stella....

Study: Mothers tend to hold babies on the left

Study: Mothers tend to hold babies on the left

09:19, 28 July 2017

It's long been observed that mothers tend to cradle their infants on their left side, and this has long been at least informally attributed to handedness (so that right-handed mothers have the right hand free).   Now researchers report in the journal Nature Ecology &...

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