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Dressing your baby in the heat

During the summertime it can be difficult to know how to keep your baby cool. In the UK, we don’t have the pleasure of hot weather very often so when we do, it’s a bit of a shock to the system. It...

Introducing your newborn to your older child

Bringing a new baby into your family is a big transition for everyone, and there will no doubt be a wide range of emotions on all parts. You’ve already explained to your first-born that they will be...

Why Is My Baby Crying?

Babies cry, fact. And there can be many reasons why. Crying is a baby’s way of saying they need something – this could be comforting, feeding, changing or something else, and it’s not always eas...

How Often Can I Wash My Baby?

Water is a familiar environment for your newborn—they’ve spent at least nine long months swimming inside your belly!—so typically, most will enjoy the bathing sensation. If this is the case, tub...

Cradle Cap – Don’t Mess With It

“Cradle cap is usually caused by maternal hormones still circulating in the baby,” says Dr. Adnan Mir, Chair of the Society for Paediatric Dermatology. Essentially, the cradle cap is your baby’s...

Does My Baby Have a Food Allergy?

The chances are small that your tot will develop a food allergy (roughly 7% of babies are affected), but it’s still important to know the signs. (more…)...

The Biggest Fear Parents Have Is…

In a recent survey by online age verification organisation Age Checked, 75 per cent of mums and dads expressed the same fear: the dangers of the online world. (more…)...

Does My Baby Have a Headache?

Do babies even get headaches? Is life really that stressful being carted around like a golden potato and lavished with sustenance, cuddles, and sponge baths? In short, the answer is yes; little ones...