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Baby Stage

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These days, parents are busier than ever. Whether itís shopping, visiting, travelling, dropping off bubs to day care, driving to sporting commitments, birthday parties, etc. the list goes on! It seems we are always on the go. Read More

Baby Stage

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There are lots of different ideas on baby stages, depending who you talk to or what you read, which can be confusing. For the practical purposes of matching product descriptions to your baby, the following is a general guideline based on weight range, age and ability. Donít stress out if your baby takes longer to do things, as everyone learns at their own pace. Read More

Baby Bags Ė Ready, Set Go!

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Something happens after you have a baby Ė a certain degree of spontenaety goes out the window. So when you want to goleaves your lifeOne of the best pieces of advice my mum ever gave me was to have a baby bag packed, sitting at the front door and ready to go at a momentís notice. Read More

Growth Charts

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My first baby was big. In fact my obstetrician put me on a strict diet in the 2 nd trimester because he said I was going to give birth to King Kong. When I was giving birth to my daughter, she actually felt like King Kong too and she was the biggest baby in the nursery at hospital. Read More


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Nowdays, there are so many baby products on the market to help when travelling. When packing the obligatory baby bag, there are some products that can be included to make the trip a bit easier. Read More


Wet Baby Food

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The wet food industry is now big business, with commercial brands like Rafferty's Garden, Heinz and Natureland, and ever increasing popular organic brands such as Only Organic, Bellamy's and Organic Bubs. Read More


Baby Bath

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When you bring your baby home for the first time, they will have their umbilical cord still attached, so a sponge bath with a warm, damp washcloth or sponge is all they need. After the umbilical cord falls off (in about 10-14 days after birth) then your baby is ready for their first tub bath. Bathing a newborn is quite easy, as long as you have everything you need within arm s reach. Read More


Baby Bath

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Bath time for small children is generally fun and relaxing for them, and a time of constant supervision for parents and carers. Most children are bathed before dinnertime to get them clean after a day of mess-making and to wind them down before dinnertime and bedtime. Bath products have proliferated over the last 20 years, and now there are so many choices of different products. Read More


Travelling with baby

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I used to travel nationally and internationally a lot with my children when they were babies. My record is travelling solo on 3 international flights in 42 hours (including 2 long transit stops) with a new born and 2 year old that developed a 40 degree fever in flight, that refused to walk. So if this feat can be achieved, anything is possible. All it takes to travel with babies is a lot of preparation. Read More

Nappy Rash

email Fiona about this post Just about every baby will get a nappy rash (or several) at some time in their nappy-wearing life, and a nappy rash can get worse very quickly if not treated. Many new parents don't know how to effectively treat a nappy rash as they have never had to do so before, so here is some information to help. Read More

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