How to care for baby soft skin

Keeping your baby clean and dry is the best way to protect a newborn's skin. The nappy area is particularly vulnerable to infection and rashes, so it's vital to be extra vigilant when changing your little one.

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How to Soothe Your Baby's Colic

If your little one doesn't seem to respond to any of your soothing techniques, he might have colic. But don't worry! Read on for tips to help calm your baby and hopefully get some quiet in the house!

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Tips and Tricks for Mums Expecting Premature Babies

Learn from one mom's story about having premature twins, and rest assured you're not alone!

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Baby Care Tips: Baby Bonding by Touch

Watch why you don't need to speak any language to bond with your little one when you have a universal language - touch.

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How your baby is responding to his new world

A young baby's vision is not fully developed, so it has to mainly rely on its ears and nose to learn about the world. Your little one will be soothed by the familiar sound of your voice - and by your unique

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Baby Nurseries 101: Essential Items

Planning a nursery can be overwhelming, especially when strolling the aisles of your favourite department store or looking at baby rooms in celebrity magazines. In reality, all you need to raise a happy and

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How to Boost Dad-Newborn Bonding

The daddy-baby bond is a very special one. So while most young babies spend lots of time with Mum, it's really important for Dad to cuddle, cradle and care for your little one too. In fact, it forms the basis

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Babycare after childbirth, labour and baby delivery

It's normal to feel nervous about caring for your newborn baby. You won't be the first new parent who's never changed a nappy or dressed a baby in a fiddly sleep-suit. But don't worry: trust your instincts.

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Bathing Your Baby: Slippery When Wet!

The first time you give your baby a bath can be a real challenge. Some babies love their bathtime, but others resist it by all possible means! Holding onto a wet, slippery, squirming infant takes practice—and

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Umbilical Cord Stump Care 101

Your little one's Umbilical cord stump is a sensitive area for sure. Read on to learn what you can do to ensure its taken care of well until it falls off.

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Five Tried-and-true Ways to Bond with Your Newborn

If you're a new parent and looking for surefire ways to get closer to your baby in the first few months home, look no further! These five tips will help mums and dads alike bond with their newborns.

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Signs and Treatment of Nappy Rash

Nappy rash is something that can happen to any baby that wears a nappy. Learn how to identify it and treat it with these tips.

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Seven Tips for a Fun, Fuss-free Bathtime

Bathtime for your little one doesn't have to end in everything - and everyone! - getting wet. Use these tips to have a safe and fun time in the tub.

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A newborn's Journey of firsts

For newborns and new mums like you, every new day will bring a new first. The first cry, the first cuddle, the first kick. It’s going to be a beautiful journey of firsts and we’re with you through them all.

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Baby Care Tips: Bonding by Closeness

Give yourself another reason to get close and swaddle your baby: It's the perfect bonding opportunity.

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Your baby's first time on a plane

Young babies are often very good travellers because they sleep so much. With a little forethought and preparation, your baby's first flight can be a happy adventure for the whole family. Just bear in mind a few

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Reading to babies: Why every dad should take part

Dads who read to their children build strong bonds with them and promote a love for lifelong learning. Story time gives Dad an active role in raising his little ones - and a delightful opportunity to spend a

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New baby. The first encounter of the siblings. New sister or new brother at home

There's no moment more precious than when two siblings meet for the first time. You've been looking forward to it for months, wondering how your older child will respond to their tiny new family member. How can

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Be your personal trainer

If you're finding it difficult to fit in regular exercise, switch on some music and do a home workout with your baby. Lie on the carpet together and move in time to the music. Watch your baby imitate your

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