Laying your baby on their tummy may feel totally alien to you – all the advice suggests that babies should be laid on their back at bed time or nap time, and that’s absolutely right for sleeping. However, paediatricians also suggest that some supervised time spent on their tummy while they’re awake is tremendously beneficial in helping the development of muscles and motor skills.
Days with babies or young children often pass by like a whirlwind – and by the end of the day it often looks like one has passed through the house too! You’re constantly on the go from morning until night but, after a long day spent rushing here there and everywhere it’s finally bedtime. So, how do you wind down with your little one at the end of the day?
With Christmas approaching, your mind has no doubt been on finding the perfect presents for friends and family. Well, never fear! With a new baby in the family you suddenly have many more gift ideas available to you...read on to find out more
As babies grow they go through lots of exciting stages, discovering new things and developing abilities as they change almost daily. Each new achievement is celebrated and, as parents, we encourage them to continue clocking up the milestones.This blog focusses on what to expect when baby starts moving.
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