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A practical guide to formula milk
If you can't or don't want to breastfeed, no need to panic! Feeding baby with the right infant formula milk will provide all the nutrition a child needs, and will get the father and any older children involved too...
16/07/2008
Baby's room
During pregnancy, the time comes when you start preparing for a new arrival in your home. Preparing baby’s room is essential. Here is what you need to think about to welcome baby, step by step.
16/07/2008
Bottle feeding
Bottle feeding your baby may not be as good as breastfeeding but it's still a healthy and viable choice for raising your child if you can't breastfeed for medical reasons, haven't been able to breastfeed or have just decided it's not the right choice for you...
16/07/2008
Bathing baby
Bath time is an important measure of hygiene for little ones but it’s also a time for bonding and making baby feel happy and confident in the water. What safety measures should you take, and what do you do if your baby is afraid of water? Here's our guide...
09/07/2008
Breastfeeding equipment
Have you chosen to breastfeed? If you have then it's good to know that specialised equipment exists to make the process of breastfeeding easier.
09/07/2008
Recruiting a nanny
If you hire a nanny, she (or he) will have the responsibility for your baby and contribute to his/her emotional wellbeing. Choosing the right person is important, so here’s some advice to help you find candidates, prepare interviews and write the contract...
09/07/2008
High blood pressure in pregnancy
During pregnancy high blood pressure can pose a real danger to mother and child. Here are the reasons and consequences.
09/07/2008
The baby blues
You wanted your baby so much and bloomed throughout your pregnancy, but as soon as you leave the maternity ward you get depressed, you start feeling guilty about not jumping for joy over your baby, you get over-sensitive to remarks and comments, even the most innocent ones that your loved ones say...
09/07/2008
The umbilical cord
The umbilical cord is cut at birth. What purpose does it serve? When and how is it cut? Is it true that the father can do it? Here are the answers to your questions about the umbilical cord.
09/07/2008
Trying to Conceive? Here's How to Maximise Your Chances of Having a Baby
Decided to try for a baby? You and your partner might need to make some healthy adjustments to your lifestyle and eating habits before you start trying to conceive. From nutritional advice to acupuncture, here's 10 top tips to help you maximise your chances of having a baby...
09/07/2008
Exercise and pregnancy
If you're an exercise junkie and you're expecting, you'll undoubtedly be asking yourself if you can still exercise during your pregnancy. This depends on the sport or exercise you want to do, your training and your health...
09/07/2008
Choosing nappies: reusable or disposable?
Should you go for disposable or re-usable nappies? Here's our guide to choosing which type of nappy to use.
09/07/2008
Diarrhoea
Is your baby producing liquid stools 3 times a day or more? Here's advice on how to handle diarrhoea before you panic and take your baby to the doctor.
09/07/2008
A new arrival in the family
It’s not always easy for a youngster to become a big brother or sister and accept a new arrival into the family. From the announcement of the pregnancy to the arrival of the baby, here is some advice to help your child welcome a new baby into the family...
25/06/2008
Dyslexia
Dyslexia is a learning disability which involves difficulty reading and interpreting written symbols. It affects around 8 to 10% of school-aged children, of which 90% are male. If it is diagnosed early it can be treated and does not have to be a handicap...
25/06/2008
Being a step-mum
It’s not always easy getting on with your new partner’s children. Children may see a step-mother as a substitute mum, a good friend or a sworn enemy, depending on the situation. How do you develop a good relationship with them and find your place? Here’s our advice...
25/06/2008
Explaining divorce to your children
With high divorce rates today, the official end of a marriage can be trivialised, but it can still be very painful, and especially for children. Here's how to help them overcome the pain of divorce.
16/06/2008
The Oedipus complex
The Oedipus complex was a term first used to describe a normal stage of emotional development in little boys, a series of impulses that, at around 2 to 3 years of age, drives a child to be attracted to his mother and feel hositility towards his father...
16/06/2008
​Time To Call The Midwife: The Ultimate Guide To Your All Your Antenatal Check-ups
It’s been a long time since women would go through pregnancy without a single medical check up, which seems kind of crazy now. These days, when you’re expecting a baby, it’s a closely monitored period, sprinkled with regular check-ups...
06/06/2008
The sixth month of pregnancy
When you’re six months pregnant, your baby measures about 22cm from head to tailbone, weighs 700g, and is considered viable, meaning he/she could theoretically survive outside the womb. You may start experiencing contractions, and start to feel the weight of your stomach on your back and legs...
05/06/2008
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