Your Baby

Getting to know your newborn is so sweet. Advice for new mums and dads about newborn care, crying, breastfeeding, baby bathing and skincare, newborn sleep, baby health, first immunisations, colic, reflux and more!

Preparing your dog for a new baby

There’s so much to think about when you’re getting ready for a baby, but if you have a dog it’s worthwhile preparing early to ensure a safe and happy start to the relationship between your fur child and your human one

Bathtime, Baby

Bathtime is a wonderful way for parents to bond with their baby and become familiar with their little one’s body.

getting to know your newbord: the first two weeks

The first two weeks

Following birth, there is a huge shift in a new mother’s hormone levels. Some levels increase with…

getting to know your newborn: the first month

The first month

By one month, the sleep deprivation has really kicked in, and you probably feel like the night wakings are never going to end. It will get easier as your baby establishes a feeding and sleeping pattern.

Nappies 101

Nappies 101

One of the less-savoury but necessary parts of new parenting is learning how to become a nappy-changing pro

5 weird (but normal!) things about newborns

Newborns are cute, cuddly, and oh-so-soft – everything you may have pictured. But there are some downright strange things you may experience with your newborn, that the books either didn’t mention or glossed over.

Baby safety myths

5 baby safety myths

Keeping baby safe is incredibly important, but you may hear some conflicting advice about what is really necessary when it comes to dos and don’ts.

What’s up with my baby’s skin?

How we love newborn babies! Their soft skin and delicious smell … But soon after birth, many new parents are confronted with the unexpected

Birth: The first 24 hours

The birth of a new baby is extraordinary, but can be a completely overwhelming time in your life.

Your guide to breastfeeding

Boobies guide to breastfeeding

Breastfeeding may seem daunting, but remember, both you and your baby will need to learn how to breastfeed successfully. Give yourselves some time to figure it out.

Crying over spilt milk

Ooops, there goes another milk feed, power-chucked onto the floor, your dressing gown, the bed … So when does your baby’s spit-up become cause for concern?

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