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Dr Seuss for babies

I am a massive Dr. Seuss fan – I know that not everyone appreciates his rhymes and humour but I think they’re brilliant. And there is method to the madness. Much like fairytales, there are some r...

Five top games to play with your 6-month-old

At six months many babies can sit (but not all so don’t panic if your babs isn’t sitting quite yet) as well as roll over and grasp objects with relative vigour. It’s a really fun age! And a gre...

Talking to a young baby tips

Small babies do seem a bit blobby a large percentage of the time (let’s be honest) but in spite of the never-ending eat-sleep-cry-poop cycle, they are absorbing everything that goes on around them i...

Five top toys for 0-6 months

Choosing toys for your children can be a laborious process – there is so much to choose from and as a first time parent how are you supposed to know which toys are the good ones? I remember trying ...

New baby sign app – “Baby Signs”

“Baby Signs” is a video phrase book with 229 baby signs (ASL) that will teach you how to use special sign language communicate with your baby. Categories in the baby sign app include feelings, p...

Five top baby massage tips

Massaging a baby has multiple benefits for both baby and parents. Not only can it help develop bonds between infants and their mums and dads but it can also help reduce the symptoms of conditions such...

Five useful breastfeeding tips!

As well as providing all the essential vitamins and minerals for a baby, breast milk is a special way for mum and infant to bond. Although far from always being plain sailing, many mothers can find b...