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Setting the Page for A Good Night’s Sleep

Setting the Page for A Good Night’s Sleep

As moms, we can often feel helpless when it comes to our babies, especially with their sleep.  We look for ways to be able to feel in control and positively change our baby’s sleeping habits.  This is easier said than done and often leads to more excuses than solutions.  Creating the optimal sleep environment can […]

How To Introduce Baby-led Weaning

How To Introduce Baby-led Weaning

Introducing solids no longer has to be a structured, follow the rules process. Baby-led weaning allows for a stress free, unstructured process that allows the baby to lead the way. Basically baby-lead weaning means that you allow your child to feed themselves from the very beginning. It can sound a little daunting but it really […]

10 Uses for a Muslin Blanket

10 Uses for a Muslin Blanket

Muslin blankets are one of the items that you can never really have too many of, you will always find a use for them and they will be used for many months, even years. There are so many uses for baby blankets, make sure you add them to your baby shower gift list. A blanket. […]

How to survive the festive season with a newborn baby

How to survive the festive season with a newborn baby

The festive season is all about family and friend get togethers. Aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents are all in one place for celebrations. It is a wonderful time of the year but it can also be stressful if you have a newborn baby. Dealing with lots of excited family all sharing tips, ideas and advice […]

12 Benefits of practicing babywearing

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Babywearing is exactly what the name says it is – wearing or carrying your baby with the help of a sling, wrap, cloth or carrier. Many parents want to practice babywearing, but with the wide choice of carriers available they feel confused as to where to start. Others have tried baby wearing and found that […]

6 Signs that your baby may be sensitive to formula (and what to do about it)

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Although we all agree that breastmilk is best for baby, there are times when breastfeeding is simply not possible and where a baby will need formula milk. Over the last decades both the variety of infant formulas available and the formulations of different formulas have improved a lot. But despite this some babies may still […]

How to get your baby to sleep

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An ironic topic to be writing about, seeing as it’s 02h00 and I’m awake. Because you can only be woken-up so many times in a row before sleep eludes you completely, for the next few hours at least. At which time you will start growing drowsy again, right in time for the next ‘mama…’ to […]

Setting the Page for A Good Night’s Sleep

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As moms, we can often feel helpless when it comes to our babies, especially with their sleep.  We look for ways to be able to feel in control and positively change our baby’s sleeping habits.  This is easier said than done and often leads to more excuses than solutions.  Creating the optimal sleep environment can […]

How To Introduce Baby-led Weaning

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Introducing solids no longer has to be a structured, follow the rules process. Baby-led weaning allows for a stress free, unstructured process that allows the baby to lead the way. Basically baby-lead weaning means that you allow your child to feed themselves from the very beginning. It can sound a little daunting but it really […]

How to survive the festive season with a newborn baby

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The festive season is all about family and friend get togethers. Aunts, uncles, cousins and grandparents are all in one place for celebrations. It is a wonderful time of the year but it can also be stressful if you have a newborn baby. Dealing with lots of excited family all sharing tips, ideas and advice […]

Tips to survive the first 6 weeks of motherhood.

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The first 6 weeks of being a new mother are like nothing else that you have ever experienced.  It’s an emotional roller coaster and exhausting, exhilarating and fulfilling all at the same time. Here are some tips to help you survive the first 6 weeks. Don’t underestimate what your body has just been through: Your […]