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The first 1000 days Part Two: Birth & Babyhood

This is the second in our series of four articles on the first 1000 days of life. Find PART ONE of The first 1000 days here. Research has proven this a critical and unparalleled window of time, which has a lifelong influence on an individual’s …

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The incredible first 24 hours of baby's life

Midwife Abbe Cherry shares an overview of what to expect in the incredible first day in the life of your baby. The first 24 hours after your baby is born is often a time of transition. It’s also a chance to catch your breath after labour, not to …

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Top tips for the tub

Dorothy Waide reflects on bath time as a bonding opportunity and comes clean about baby skincare. I love bath time with babies. It’s a time when you’re doing something that isn’t about feeding, burping or trying to get your baby to sleep. I …

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Baby's first week: what to expect

Welcome to the bold new world of parenting! Midwife Abbe Cherry offers a rough guide to baby’s first week.If only babies came with a set of instructions (and maybe an on/off switch!). All babies are different, however, and this first week will be …

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Tips for healthy winter newborns

Bringing your new baby home in the cold winter months can seem a little daunting - after all, baby can't tell you whether he or she is too hot or too cold. Special care needs to be taken to ensure that your baby is healthy and comfortable during the …

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Baby care 101: Bathing baby

Bathing baby can be a lovely ritual and a key part of a relaxing evening routine in preparation for bed. In many households, bath time is Dad’s time, with fathers finding bath time to be a great opportunity to connect with their baby after being out …

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VIP treatment: looking after yourself as a new mum

Mothers are everyday heroes, putting everyone else’s needs before their own. Looking after Mum should be a top priority though, especially when there is a new baby in the mix, as Dorothy Waide explains.  It goes without saying, becoming a parent is …