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Easing the Symptoms of Colic in Babies

Colic is common and affects around one in five babies in the UK. Although it can be distressing for both parents and babies, colic isn’t a serious medical condition and most little ones are free of ...

Double trouble? Tips for Coping with Twins

So, you’ve welcomed two little bundles of joy into the family. Twenty little fingers and twenty little toes… two times the feeding, twice as much washing, double the nappy changes! One can be toug...

Newborns: What to Expect

The newborn phase is a magical one; its quirks not always what you’d expect from babyhood. Here’s how those first few special weeks are likely to unfold. (more…)...

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...

8 Ways to Bond With Your Baby

Relationships connect us, bringing magic to mere existence by sharing the experience of life with another. And what more magical, profound relationship is there than the one between you and your child...

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...

5 Mistakes Every New Parent Has Made

Despite the fact that parenting guides abound, there isn’t one universal handbook on how to sail through childcare. The more comforting news is that we’ve all made mistakes with our kids—especia...

The 3-6 Month Old: What to Expect

By now, you may have gotten into a groove with your little one, with a (tentative) nap and feed routine...on the other hand, sleep regressions are also common at this stage! Here’s what else might b...