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How to cope with anxiety as a new parent

Anxiety can be a big issue for many new parents and looking after your mental health at this vulnerable time is very important. Here are some tips that might help you to cope with new parent anxieties...

How to cope with a crying baby

Babies cry – that’s a fact. But some cry more than others and some may do it excessively. As a young baby can’t communicate verbally, crying is their way of telling you they need or want somet...

Tips on preparing your home for a new baby

Having a new baby completely changes your world and your home. Some things you used to take for granted are now going to be more of a challenge, so before your new little bundle of joy arrives, here...

Beautiful and unusual traditional baby names

One of the biggest decisions (if not THE biggest) you’ll make as a parent is deciding on a name for your baby. While baby name fashions come and go, there are some beautiful traditional names that...

Tips for coping with a newborn and toddler

With a newborn and toddler, life can be quite stressful. What once was a relatively easy day can suddenly be turned upside down. Now you have two little people who demand your attention, so how do you...

Great tips for first-time parents

Becoming a parent for the first time is one of the biggest changes you’ll ever experience in your life. Being completely prepared is almost impossible – even if you have all the essentials y...

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...

Pregnancy brain – fact or fiction?

Many people will be familiar with the expressions ‘pregnancy brain’ or ‘baby brain’, whether they’re parents or not. So, what exactly does this mean and is there any truth behind it? ...