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Pregnancy myths

From books and magazines, to relatives and friends, parents can be inundated with advice about the things you can and can’t do when you’re pregnant. Here’s a selection of common pregnancy myth...

Cute ideas for bump-to-baby photo shoots

Capturing your little one’s growth from bump to baby is a precious way to remember the early years. Whether you get a friend or family member to snap some pictures or you enlist the services of a pr...

Seven signs of nesting

At some point during pregnancy, even though you may be tired and want to rest, you can experience a sudden need to tidy, clean and organise your home. This is what is known as ‘nesting’ and it’s...

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...

How your baby develops in the first six months

When it comes to your baby’s development, there’s one important thing to remember: all babies are individual, and they will grow and develop at different rates. No two babies are the same and ther...

Having a rough day?

Every parent has a rough day (or several). Anyone who says they don’t is lying. But, a bad day doesn’t make you a bad parent. Maybe you lost it today, maybe you shouted when you shouldn’t have, ...

Baby proofing your home

On average, babies start to crawl at around eight months, although some may get moving even earlier. And once they find their moving skills… they’ll be off! Even if crawling is a while off for you...

The best buys for first-time parents

There are so many baby products available these days; it can be confusing knowing what you need and what you don't. Technology has also opened up a whole new world of fancy gadgets that can often the ...

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...