Why routine is important for baby (and you!)

Why routine is important for baby (and you!)

Find out why a routine is important for baby, and can help with their sleeping and feeding patterns.

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Baby development: 9 – 12 months

Baby development: 9 – 12 months

What to expect: 9 – 12 months

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Baby development: 4 – 8 months

Baby development: 4 – 8 months

What to expect from 4 – 8 months

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Baby development: birth to 3 months

Baby development: birth to 3 months

Paediatric occupational therapist Amy Faulkner guides us through baby’s physical and mental milestones

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Infant development in the first year

Infant development in the first year

Paediatric occupational therapist Amy Faulkner guides us through a baby’s physical and mental milestones in the first year of life.

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What to consider before buying your first pushchair

What to consider before buying your first pushchair

Follow this advice to help you make an informed choice.

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Buying a child car seat

Buying a child car seat

Make sure that it fits in your car and is suitable for the height and weight of your child.

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Bottle feeding for beginners

Bottle feeding for beginners

If you’re a first time mum, it helps to prepared by learning all you need to know about bottle feeding before your baby arrives.

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Baby proofing your home

Baby proofing your home

Top baby proofing tips from Tom Madden.

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Finger foods for babies

Finger foods for babies

Here are some tips and ideas to help your little one progress onto the next stage of solid foods.

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your baby
Now you have welcomed your bundle of joy into the world, you can begin to set the foundations for their health and development.
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What to expect: 9 – 12 months

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What to expect from 4 – 8 months

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Paediatric occupational therapist Amy Faulkner guides us through baby’s physical and mental milestones

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Teething can be a long and painful process.

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Paediatric occupational therapist Amy Faulkner guides us through a baby’s physical and mental milestones in the first year of life.

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Some babies are born prematurely or might have special medical conditions that require a stay in the hospital’s neonatal intensive-care unit (NICU).

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Paediatric sleep consultant and mum of four young Lucy Wolfe gives someone useful information on soothers.

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Occupational therapist Alice Fitzgerald explains how to work tummy time into your baby’s routine.

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There is a lot you can do to connect with your baby right from the beginning.

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Babies are very sensitive to their mum’s mood so when mum relaxes, baby relaxes, a win-win situation!

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Playing with your baby can encourage their mental and physical development and you’ll have lots of fun!

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We provide some top tips to get your baby ready for the first swim.

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The benefits of soothers plus safety tips.

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Hearing loss in children can interfere with the quality of their life which is why early diagnosis is vital.