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Reading To Your Baby

Reading To Your Baby

Studies have shown that babies begin to recognise the sound of their mother’s voice whilst they are still in the womb. Their heart rate slows whenever the mother is speaking, demonstrating that this familiar sound has a calming effect. The sound of other familiar...
The dangers of a new carpet in a nursery

The dangers of a new carpet in a nursery

When you are expecting a baby it is more than likely you’ll be planning the design and redecoration of your nursery to welcome this new addition to your family. However, many parents are unaware of a number of decorating factors that can facilitate significant health...
Recovery Following A Cesarean Delivery

Recovery Following A Cesarean Delivery

Birth by cesarean section, also known as a ‘c section’, is relatively common in the UK these days, with up to 30% of babies delivered this way in some parts of the country. This method of delivery may be recommended by your health care professional at any point during...
Parenting Advice – How Times Change!

Parenting Advice – How Times Change!

Parenting advice is subject to continual change and the overwhelming barrage of advice parents tend to receive from their peers, parents and paediatricians can be unintentionally confusing at the best of times. Looking back at some of the parenting advice from...
The Nanny Transition

The Nanny Transition

Children will form a strong emotional attachment to their Nanny, so when the time comes for her to leave and move on, a little support will help them to cope with this transition successfully and adjust to this change. Despite the fact that children will often feel...