Bringing your newborn home for the 1st time can be the best feeling in the world, even so you still can have many questions. The articles below will hopefully help you, reassure you, and most importantly let you know - you are not alone!
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Are you tired of trying to find a way to give your child a birthday party he or she will never forget that does not take up all of your free time and money?
Of course, most people do not know how to start a planning an unforgettable children’s party, let alone how to create a successful one but that is all about to change…
Through the release of the Kids Birthday Party Ideas eBook, you are going to learn how you can create a birthday party that you child will remember even when they throw their own child a party.
You will learn set up and get things running fast and what children want.
You will discover where to find the most unique party supplies and save lots of money.
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What do you do when you are exhausted and just need your baby to sleep and they won’t?
What do you do if you have no idea what to expect from your newborn?
Babies don’t come with a manual, and they certainly never behave as you want or expect them to.
Baby sleep – please! provides practical, common sense advice that works. Real families have used these methods for generations to help their babies sleep.
We asked the author what made her write the book,
“I was lucky with my son, but that didn’t stop me worrying all the time about whether his sleeping was normal. My friends weren’t as lucky as me. Some parents go through so much and try so many things to try and help their baby sleep.”
You can download Baby sleep – Please! from iTunes
Christmas can be a wonderful time and Christmas with a baby or children even more so…. hang on… Christmas with kids is a STRESSFUL time!! ARRRGH! So I was really glad to read the Pampers Village Parenting Panel experts ultimate tips for an enjoyable festive season with baby:
Baby Development advice from Dr Maggie Redshaw:
- The first Christmas stocking is really exciting – bubbles to blow, finger puppets and small picture books are great for babies and parents. Interacting through play helps to facilitate conversation through facial expression, sounds and movement.
- Babies really enjoy wrapping paper and boxes at Christmas, and play with them as they would expensive toys so there is no need to spend a lot, but just take care about items that might not be so good to put in the mouth. A box can be a boat, car or den so use your imagination to bring games to life – this will help baby develop through social and make-believe play.
- Christmas is usually a time for lots of indoor play, but make the most of it when it’s bright and crisp to get out to the park to try a kick around with a ball or play in the leaves/snow – this will help baby to develop physically while having fun. Read more »
Baby’s bath time can be a wonderful fun time as well as one of the daily chores you need to do when you have a new baby.
As you baby gets a bit bigger there are many games you can play at bath time
Share a bath
Listen to music, sing a relaxing song or put in some bath toys and play. It’s a great bonding experience. For safety reasons, be sure not to fill the bath too high or too hot, and always have a firm hold on your baby.
Take care when getting in and out of the bath. Getting your partner to hand her to you, and take her from you is a good idea. Read more »
As babies get older and more mobile they become more demanding for attention and stimulation. Sometimes you need a hand thinking of new things to do, so here are some fun (and noisy) things for you and your baby to do together…
Sing Sing Sing
If you don’t know the words to nursery rhymes, don’t worry. When your baby is young, it is the sound of your voice they love not whether you got the words right. TV theme tunes, adverts, pop songs – anything will do. Read more »