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It’s never too early – or, in fact, too late – to start reading with your little one. Here’s how to get them hooked!
Have you ever seen your child grab a spoon and pretend it’s a plane or pretended a banana is a phone? Your child is using an object to represent something else by giving it action and motion. But this pretend play is not as simple as it seems.
David Anderson, a leading expert in motor development, professor at San Francisco State University and researcher at UC Berkeley’s Institute of Human Development tells us why you should get your baby moving in the water ASAP.
Health & Fitness Expert and mother of two, Katherine McMackin shares her top tried & tested list of breastfeeding essentials.
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It’s frustrating to think that the lovingly-prepared food you’ve made for your child may be sitting on a dish that could be leaching chemicals into it. But fear not, dear parents, there is a better way.
Bath time with your newborn is a wonderful time for bonding. Washing a slippery little human can be daunting at first, but a few tips will have you confident in no time.
Watching your child work toward and achieve the numerous milestones in their developmental path is exhilarating. But one of those milestones that can cause some anxiety in almost any parent, is potty training.
If you find yourself wondering how or when you should start introducing solids into your baby’s diet, trust me — you are not alone. Development expert, Anastasia Moloney, shares her tips.