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High Chair Toys

26th January 2017 / no comments, on Parenting

In recent times a number of reports have suggested that a baby should not be given toys to play with when they are seated in the highchair. It is thought that babies who are constantly distracted during meal times, don’t learn how to sit at the table and dine with other members of the family. […]

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What Do I Need To Consider When Buying A High Chair

26th January 2017 / no comments, on Parenting

If you are currently looking to buy a high chair, you may be confused about exactly which kind you should buy. High chairs come in all shapes and sizes with budgets ranging from just a few pounds up to three figure numbers! So what do you need to consider when buying a highchair? The good […]

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Sippy Cups

26th January 2017 / no comments, on Parenting

What is a sippy cup? A sippy cup is a training cup with a screw on lid, a spout and a handle. They allow your child to give themselves a drink, without unwanted spills. The sippy cup is designed to be a transition cup, between your child bottle feeding and drinking from an everyday cup. […]

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Baby Food Blenders

26th January 2017 / no comments, on Parenting

Making your own baby food is a way to ensure baby is getting all the right nutrients. It is very likely that you will already have a food blender or food processor in your kitchen and so you don’t need to specifically by one for baby. Why do I need a food blender or processor? […]

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Baby Dining Sets

26th January 2017 / no comments, on Parenting

When you start weaning your baby and when they start trying to feed themselves, you will need to invest in dinnerware and utensils which are designed specifically for small hands and mouths. Your baby’s eating and drinking skills take time to develop and so there are a range of dishes, cups and utensils designed for […]

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Do I really need a breastfeeding pillow?

25th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born, Parenting

Breastfeeding is a rewarding experience, although it can also be a tad tricky. New mums should take nay help they can get to ensure they find breastfeeding a wonderful experience and this includes investing in a breastfeeding pillow. What is a nursing pillow? Finding a position which is both comfortable for you to feed and […]

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Bibs And Muslin Squares

25th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born, Parenting

From the minute baby is born, your washing machine will seemingly never be switched off. Bibs are essential for minimising the amount of washing you need to do, without them you would need to change your little one after every bottle or every meal. So with a choice of pull on bibs, tie bibs, long […]

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Breast Feeding Essentials

25th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born, Parenting

These days most parents are in agreement that breast is best. And whilst it is completely natural, it does not always follow that it is easy! Therefore we have done some research on products which help breastfeeding go a little smoother. Breastfeeding Pillow A breastfeeding pillow will put your baby at the correct angle for […]

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Bottle Feeding Essentials

25th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born, Parenting

Many mums have every intention of breastfeeding but sometimes it just doesn’t work out. Baby might be having trouble latching on correctly or mum might not be expressing enough milk. Other mums choose to bottle feed from the very beginning, perhaps due to a bad experience previously or due to social pressure such as a […]

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Baby Food Storage

25th January 2017 / no comments, on Parenting

There is real satisfaction about preparing homemade food for your baby. It puts you in complete control of what goes into your baby’s food and gives you peace of mind that they are intaking the correct nutrients without harmful preservatives. Of course you will need to store all that food safe-ly…so what are your options? […]

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Bouncing Baby!

25th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born

There are times as a parent that you really do need two pairs of hands, especially if you have more than one child under the age of two. Thankfully, manufacturers of baby products realised this a long time ago and provide entertainment in the shape of baby bouncers, rockers and swingers. Do you know which […]

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Everything you need to know about stair gates!

25th January 2017 / no comments, on Parenting

As soon as baby becomes mobile, a stair gate is a necessity for any parent who lives in a two storey building. Even parents who live in bungalows or flats may invest in gates, simply to create a barrier between their baby and a potential hazard. When it comes to stair gates, one size does […]

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Don’t throw the baby out with the bath water!

25th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born

Bath time is special for both parent and baby. It is a time when the focus is completely on the baby and a time when the parent is usually starting to relax. It is also a time for bonding and creates precious moments. Yet it is not unusual for parents to panic during those first […]

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Do I really need a nappy/pram bag?

25th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born, Parenting

When your friends hear that you are having a baby, the first thing they will warn you about is all the extra space you are going to need. You may question why, after all, how much space can a tiny baby take up? But here is the thing, it is not actually the baby…but the […]

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Is it time to change your mat?

25th January 2017 / no comments, on Parenting

Picture the scene. It is Saturday afternoon; the shops are busy and you are currently trying to change baby’s nappy whilst knowing there is a growing queue waiting to use the facilities. These days nappy changing should be a whole lot easier than in days gone by! No origami type skills required and no issues […]

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Home Safety Products For Baby

25th January 2017 / no comments, on Parenting

From the moment any parent hears they are expecting the pitter patter of tiny feet, there is one instinct which overtakes all others. Protection! It is suddenly all about keeping that precious bundle safe. Whether considering a car seat, a cot or stair gate, a parent wants to buy peace of mind and know that […]

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Baby Care Products That You Really Do Need!

25th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born, Parenting

If you have ever googled a checklist of what you need to buy for baby before their arrival, you might have been faced with a seemingly never ending list! Thankfully many of those “must have” items are not really necessary and would only end up gathering dust in an already cluttered corner. However, some items […]

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How to launder your baby’s clothes!

25th January 2017 / no comments, on Boy's Clothes, Girl's Clothes, New Born, Parenting

A baby’s skin is more porous that an adults and therefore it is more sensitive. To ensure your baby has maximum comfort at all times we have put together some tips and tricks to make sure those tiny togs are super soft. 1. Think about the detergent you use. Cheap might not always be cheerful […]

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Changing Stations

20th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born, Parenting

In a world where we are all becoming a little more aware of being frugal, there is many a blog which will tell you that you don’t need to invest in a changing station and that it will simply become a dust catcher. Whilst there is some truth in the sentiment, there are some great […]

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Will baby carriers force prams to sling their hook?

20th January 2017 / no comments, on New Born, Parenting

Picture the scene! A group of mothers are gathered in a high street coffee shop, Fairtrade, of course. The chatter centres around hypnobirthing, co-sleeping and extended breast feeding. For the attachment parent subscriber, the scene is probably familiar. However, mainstream parents, as they are now labelled, are asking one question…where are all the prams?   […]

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