From the first moment you hold your newborn in your arms to their first smile, first tooth and first foods we have something to help. Babyhood is a time of great learning for both baby and parent and our expert advice will empower you to transition to new parenthood as easily as possible.

  • Introduction to Baby Led Potty Training

    Baby-led potty training is the art of following your baby’s natural rhythms, to help them use a potty. And you can start from the very day they’re born.

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  • Baby-Led Potty Training – FAQ’s

    When baby-led potty training is informed and supported, our toddlers can gain their independence with a wonderful parent-child bond completely in tact. And that bond is all the stronger because their parents responded so well to their needs early on in their little lives.

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  • Why we Shouldn’t Judge Other People’s Parenting

    I may not be perfect, but I am going to try and offer a bit of understanding before making someone feel worse, I am going to try and think about the million things that might prevent a parent or anyone from doing what might seem so obvious and right to the rest of us before condemning them, and most of all I am going to try and help instead of scold.

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  • Choosing Baby Led Weaning – Introducing Solids to Your Baby

    Baby Led Weaning recommends letting babies control their own food intake, by letting them feed themselves using easy to hold food. Many parents are concerned about this initially and are worried that their children will choke, however the beauty of baby led weaning is it begins at a time when the baby is able to sit upright and is far less likely to gag on their food.

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  • Six Steps To Work Towards Gentle Parenting

    As adults we command respect from our children, and other adults, on a daily basis. We expect to be treated in a certain way, we expect others to take our thoughts, rights and beliefs into account in all dealings with us. If a child in particular shows us a lack of respect we are quick to pull them up on it (especially if they are tweens or teens!), yet do we afford our children the same priviledge?

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  • Taking Care of Black Skin

    Black skin naturally contains more melanin pigment than white skin and has a slightly different cell structure as the collagen fibres are more compact and denser. Because of these physiological differences black skin has specific requirements when it comes to general skincare and the type of products and treatments needed.

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  • Looking After Afro Hair

    Your baby’s hair is soft and fragile and will not need any special products initially. As your baby gets older and their hair grows, you may want to consider using natural products to help keep it moisturised and tangle free. Coconut oil and aloe vera gel are good for moisturising the scalp and hair shaft but should be used sparingly to avoid build-up.

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  • Common Newborn Skin Conditions

    Dry skin can occur as the skin acclimatises to being in a dry environment (remember the womb is an aquatic environment). Moisturising your baby’s skin with a simple, natural edible oil such as organic sunflower or coconut oil can help to reduce the dryness and keep the skin hydrated.

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  • Birthmarks

    It can be quite alarming to notice your newborn has a birthmark, especially if it has a strong pigment and appears quite large. Most birthmarks however are harmless and often fade over time.

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  • Babywearing Safety

    The ideal position for young babies is usually an upright one – think of the sling substituting for the parent’s arms, holding the baby in a natural, comfortable position. Check the baby frequently, especially if they show signs of distress, suddenly stop crying, wriggle or move in an unusual way or make any unusual sounds.

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