1. Your baby’s arrival is imminent and you’ve got to get that hospital bag packed. You do a Google search, cross reference some lists and start packing. It’s all very exciting.

    Ready-packed hospital necessities for new mums

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  2. Big news mums-and-dads-who-are-currently-deciding-on-a-great-baby-name! – The Office of National Statistics has just released the most popular names of 2013. Check out the top ten lists:

    Britain’s top baby names! – The latest results are out

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  3. Okay, so baby name books, websites, brainstorming sessions …they’re all a thing of the past when it comes to baby name inspiration. What’s new? – Choosing a baby name based on its domain availability.

    How to find a name for your baby that isn’t already taken

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  4. A new study by researchers from Queensland University of Technology in Australia has revealed that extreme tiredness is not something that plagues new mums just weeks after a baby’s birth, but months – months after birth!

    Many-exhausted-four-months-giving-birth

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  5. Aldi is gearing for the launch of a new Mamia organic baby food range that is set to rival all other ‘no nasty’ brands when it comes to pricing – which is exactly what the overpriced organic market needs!

    The new organic food range for babies is typical ‘health market’ baby food, with no added sugar and 100 per cent organic ingredients – yay! we like healthy baby food – but the best part is that pouches are competitively priced at 59p for 120g.

    The price is great but there are only two variants available (to date): apples and bananas or strawberries and apples.

    Both are lump free and are suitable for babies from four months (first stage weaning. And if you’re thinking that the lack of variation sort of undermines the great price, remember that the range is but new.

    And Aldi has plans for a savoury option, which is due out this September.

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