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5 things to remember while stepping out with your baby.

Although parenting advice is freely available, most of it is actually learnt on the fly. Make checklists to reduce some of the uncertainty that goes with this job, and use them until they become second nature. Here are 5 guidelines for keeping your...

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Here’s how you can help your child use the potty.

Raising a child is a fulfilling and sometimes involves getting your hands dirty. Yes, it’s time to talk about potty training. Potty training is a new life skill for your baby! It’s like learning to drive a stick shift.....

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Top 5 outdoor activities you can engage in with your child!

Do you look on with pride as your child deftly navigates your device for playing music or video games? If yes, it’s important you read this. It’s true, kids these days are great with tech toys. But that comes at a cost; entertainment.....

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Food and nutrition

What do they need to grow and develop into bouncing babies and healthy active toddlers? Looking after the nutritional needs of an infant until six months is fairly easy: feed them breast milk (ideally) or formula. But at around six months, a baby's nutritional needs exceed what he or she can get from milk feeds, which is why we begin complimentary feeding or solids. Breast milk or formula will still remain a considerable part of their nutritional requirements right through until at least 12 months.

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New Born Babycare, Vaccination, Bath, Skincare and More Tips. 1/23/2020

Breast feeding

What do babies need to grow and develop into bouncing babies and healthy active toddlers? Looking after the nutritional needs of an infant until six months is fairly easy: feed them breast milk (ideally) or formula. But at around six months, a baby's nutritional needs exceed what he or she can get from milk feeds, which is why we begin complimentary feeding or solids. Breast milk or formula will still remain a considerable part of their nutritional requirements right through until at least 12 months.

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New Born Babycare, Vaccination, Bath, Skincare and More Tips. 1/24/2020

Research and benefits of baby sign language.

Baby sign language is the practice of using simple sign language or gestures to assist parents, family and child care workers to communicate with pre-verbal babies. You may find that you already use some of the basics. Several studies have...

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