Look out for playgroups and other social events to meet other mums and have a cuppa whilst your little ones learn to interact with other adults and children. Chatting with other mums who have ‘been there, done that’ will have a wealth of knowledge and information... read more »
Reducing the number of items you take out with you for baby’s needs seems an impossible task. If travelling by car it can be helpful to have a container in the boot where you can keep a stock of items – nursing pads, baby wipes, nappies, spare clothes, muslin,... read more »
A strong pelvic floor – especially before, during and after pregnancy – is important to prevent incontinence at any stage of life.
At 4-months old, your baby will be starting to go through all kinds of changes as they grow and develop. This can be a trying time for babies and their parents as they adapt to new routines, but most of these changes are completely normal and nothing to worry about.... read more »
Have you spoilt your child by being too responsive to his/her needs? Has something scary happened to them to cause this distress? The answer is ‘no’. Your little one is simply experiencing something called ‘separation anxiety’ and it is entirely normal,... read more »
It should be easy to know how our babies feel about us –shouldn’t it? We breastfeed them, wash them, clothe them, play with them, take them out, go to them when they cry, soothe them, talk to them, but how do I know my baby loves me? Breastfeeding is one... read more »