5 important things you need to know before you go home

5 important things you need to know before you go home

The essentials to know before you bring your newborn home.

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Combining breast and bottle-feeding

Combining breast and bottle-feeding

If you’re returning to work or want your partner to take over some of your baby’s feeds – this could be the solution

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Weaning babies onto solid food

Weaning babies onto solid food

Find out how to help your baby safely explore new food flavours and textures.

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Life in the fourth trimester

Life in the fourth trimester

Learn how to help your newborn adapt to the transition of life outside the womb and find out about the essential baby care skills that every new parent needs to know.

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Bath before bedtime

Bath before bedtime

A bath can be a good way to help settle your little one ahead of bedtime, writes Lucy Wolfe.

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Common baby stomach troubles

Common baby stomach troubles

From reflux to diarrhoea, we outline common baby stomach troubles and offer some soothing solutions.

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9 Ingenious life hacks for weaning on the go

9 Ingenious life hacks for weaning on the go

Tips and tricks for weaning on the go

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When your new baby has special needs

When your new baby has special needs

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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Expert advice on the pros and cons of soothers

Expert advice on the pros and cons of soothers

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

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Quinny Zapp X – the ultimate modern day pushchair

Quinny Zapp X – the ultimate modern day pushchair

Everything you need to know about the new Quinny pushchair

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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.
Feeding

Ann Marie Brennan, clinical specialist dietitian explains how you can begin to feed your baby soon after her birth.

Feeding

Expressing allows you to have supplies of your breast milk for feeding your baby even when you’re not around – useful if you are returning to work or become ill.

Feeding

Best burping positions and more

Feeding

Handy tips for feeding baby when you’re out and about.

Feeding

If you’re returning to work or want your partner to take over some of your baby’s feeds – this could be the solution

Feeding

Find out how to help your baby safely explore new food flavours and textures.

Feeding

Tips and tricks for weaning on the go

Feeding

What are the most important nutrients that a baby might need?

Feeding

Always burp your baby after feeding time is over. If she doesn’t burp after a few minutes, try changing the baby’s position and burp for another few minutes before feeding again.

Feeding

Making the transition onto solids is an exciting time. Get your little one started on a delicious and nutritious weaning journey with this advice.

Feeding

All you need to know about expressing your breast milk

Feeding

Helping make the transition easier

Feeding

Transitioning tips from lactation consultant Johanna Cusack

Feeding

Dr. Pixie McKenna shares her top tips

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Top tips from Lactation Consultant Johanna Cusack

Feeding

The rate of breastfeeding in Ireland is among the lowest in Europe.

Feeding

Step-by-step instructions on how to prepare bottles safely and the important precautions to take.

Feeding

Our guide to weaning explores the when, why and how of what you need to know.

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How can you make breastfeeding and going back to work, well, work?

Feeding

Here is a rundown of the feeding challenges you may encounter with your newborn.

Feeding

Clare Boyle explains how to tackle some breastfeeding challenges.