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Pregnancy week by week

Get our week by week guide on what to expect during pregnancy

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Buying Guide

Learn more about the different categories that you will need to consider when shopping for your little one. Follow through our guide on how to and what to look out for, during your parenting journey

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An Age-By-Age Guide To Popular Toys For Kids

Toys for kids aren’t just for entertainment and fun – they’re a crucial part of your little one’s development and growth too! Children of all ages gain different benefits from playing with developmentally-appropriate toys, whether they’re in the infant, toddler, preschooler, or primary schooler stage of their life.

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Baby Carrier Buying Guide: How To Choose The Right One

Congratulations on being blessed with your little bundle of joy! However, with them being in your lives now, you’ll most likely spend a lot of time going about your daily chores one-handed in the next few months. Despite the advantage of becoming a pro at it, there is a solution for you to reclaim both hands while staying close to your baby – a baby carrier.

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10 Essential Items For Breastfeeding Mums

August is National Breastfeeding Month, and it's a great time to learn more about nursing! For centuries, breastfeeding has been the preferred method of feeding newborns and infants. Not only is it the best way to provide nutrition, but it also helps to foster a strong bond between mother and child.

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A New Parent's Guide To Newborn Fashion Essentials

The days leading up to the big day when you can finally meet your bundle of joy and bring them home often come with joyful anticipation, utter confusion, and overwhelming stress. The list of things to prepare seems endless – each category of product boasting its own subgroup of various kinds. It brings forth a resounding truth about parenthood: it starts before you actually welcome your little one.

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Sensory Toys and Games to Stimulate Your Child's Development

Always the little explorer, your little one is constantly out and about investigating their surroundings through their seven senses (yes, seven!). Even without having mastered verbal and non-verbal languages, your baby is constantly learning and developing. By way of hands-on learning and exploration, your little one is slowly crafting out their sense of self, one that is separate from you and their caretakers, as well as of their environment.

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Baby-Led Weaning: 7 FAQs Every Parent Has

When your little one is around six months old, they’ll typically be ready to start taking on solids in addition to continuing on with either breast- or bottle-feeding. For those who aren’t yet aware, (and we totally get it by the way, considering the million and one new terms to learn when becoming a parent) this process is referred to as weaning.

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How To Build A Baby-Safe First Aid Kit For Home

As you prepare to bring your sweet newborn baby home, you may find yourself running around to compile a laundry list of baby essentials.

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To Buy Or Not To Buy: Is A Baby Monitor Necessary?

Having a baby is arguably the most life-changing event people will go through. Even the simple act of going grocery shopping transforms and becomes exponentially more challenging – not only are you ticking items off your shopping list; you’re also working hard to keep bub entertained so they don’t fuss!

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The Art Of Swaddling: How To Safely Swaddle Your Newborn

When you bring your beautiful, brand-new baby home from the hospital, it’s normal to feel a little overwhelmed. There are so many things to remember to properly care for them, from feeding and bathing to how to properly change their diaper, settling them when they’re upset and a million and one other things.

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8 Myths About Baby Teethers & Soothers

If you’re about to become a first-time parent or have just recently had your very first child, you might not yet be well-versed in all the new vocabulary that comes with the territory. But don’t worry, you’re definitely not the only one!

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Pushchair Buying Guide

Whether you’re awaiting the arrival of your newborn or already have an infant or toddler (or both!) at home, an essential item you’ll need is a reliable way to transport your little ones around.

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4 Useful Tips For Dealing With Sleep Regression In Babies

Is your little one waking up in the middle of the night? Here are some tips to help your child with sleep regression.

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How To Choose The Right Breast Pump For Your Breastfeeding Needs

Are you new to the world of breastfeeding and breast pumping? We're here to give you the laydown - from the ideal breast pump to the right way to pump.

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Hospital bag checklist

Your due date is approaching, and you are getting excited for the arrival of your little child. It is time to start preparing and packing your hospital bag. If you’re not sure where to start, we have collated a checklist for you to follow, to ensure you have all that you need, and to remove the fuss of rushing to get something last minute.

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Car safety checklist

A few pointers to ensure your child is as safe as it can be when you are in the car

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Beginners guide to nappies

You'll be surprised how far things have come since the days when our mothers and grandmothers wrestled with squares of terry towelling, folded them into impossible origami shapes, secured them with a frightening pin, then rendered them waterproof with crunchy plastic pants...

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Pregnancy week by week

Get our week by week guide on what to expect during pregnancy

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Pregnancy problems

Some pregnancies go smoothly. But in the nine months before their baby arrives, most mums-to-be will suffer an irritating minor health glitch or two - from morning sickness to back pain and bleeding gums. Follow our guide to some of the most common pregnancy problems and find out how to beat them.

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Eczema

Eczema is the name given to a wide range of non-infectious skin conditions that can affect people of any age. Although the appearance of the skin can vary according to the severity, it is generally itchy and dry. In severe forms of eczema the skin can crack and bleed. If you think your child may have eczema take her to the doctor for her condition to be diagnosed, so it can be treated effectively.

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Feeding your toddler

Food gives us the energy needed to carry out daily tasks, and, for toddlers, the energy needed to grow. This growing process requires a lot of fuel, so you may be surprised how much food your child consumes. The best measure of how much food a child needs is their appetite. They may appear very hungry one day and less so the next; their appetite is variable at this stage. Provided you offer a well-balanced, healthy diet, and pay attention to your child's response of 'hungry' and 'full' you can be pretty sure they are eating enough.

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