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.
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).

Special needs

Pampers has just launched a nappy specifically for premature babies.

Special needs

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

Special needs

Bonding with your premature baby and encouraging their development.