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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...

Help! I Have a Clingy Baby!

First things first—‘clinginess’ is a totally normal part of development, and is perhaps not the most accurate term to describe this healthy phase in your little one’s life. Instead, ‘relatio...

4 Top Tips for Teething Trouble

On average, your little one will sprout the initial pearly white around five months. Being still young, this experience can be distressing for bubs; pain management isn’t high on the developmental s...

Why Does My Cat Want to Sleep Close to My Baby?

Cats are known for being complex creatures, and their moods and motivations are often indiscernible. This can be a little worrying when it comes to their strange preference for snuggling up close to y...

Does My Baby Have Acne?

While babies’ skin is super-sensitive, you don’t quite expect them to become afflicted by the a-word so early on. But infant acne is more common than you think. (more…)...

Top Tips for Your Baby’s First Winter

Cold weather is no reason to catch a dose of cabin fever; even for newborns. Unless it’s below freezing, fresh air is healthy for both you and baby. So here’s how to keep your little one warm wh...

Meningitis: What Are the Signs?

There’s an increased risk for newborns when it comes to contracting meningitis, because their immune systems are still immature and developing. Here’s what you need to look out for if you suspect ...