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Top advice on baby care, products and experiences for Mums and Dads.

Sleep deprived parents reliant on bedtime bribery

Sleep deprived parents reliant on bedtime bribery

Are you a parent that resorts to TV and sweets for tireless tantrum-throwing tots to go to bed and sleep? According to a recent survey that is exactly what parents are doing? Simply forget story time, sleep-deprived British parents are taking unconventional steps to...

Skiing with little ones tips and tricks

Christmas may be behind us, but for those thinking about getting away for some fresh air, sunshine and skiing, all things ‘snow’ will still be firmly on your minds!  Whether you’re a novice or a slalem superstar, skiing with children will bring a whole new dimension...

Skin care for little ones this winter

With winter now well and truly upon us, along with the influx of coughs, colds and general ‘lurgies’, you may be noticing that the cold weather is having an effect on your little one’s skin.  Rashy cheeks, chapped lips and general dryness can all be a reaction to the...

Oysters, the food of love…and conception!

We don’t know about you, but when we think about oysters, we think of a food synonymous with romance and seduction, a seafood delicacy (perhaps a bit slimy for many of us) that may pave the way to a night of unbridled passion!  However, according to Harley...

Flying with children – help, tips and advice

Flying with little ones can be a daunting prospect, especially if you’re a nervous traveller yourself, however we’ve put together some great advice, tips and things to think about not only during your journey, but also in preparation for it… Before you Fly Can you...

Getting your little one ready to start school

t seems like just a moment ago that you were holding a newborn baby in your arms, getting excited about those first steps and coping with toddler tantrums, yet somehow their first day of school is approaching.  Your ‘baby’ is making their first tentative steps towards...

Top tips to stop bedwetting

Children become dry at night at different ages, but if wetting at nighttime is carrying on for longer than you’d hoped it can be distressing for your child and add to an already overburdened laundry load!  We’ve asked the experts at ERIC for their advice and top tips...

Appetite Regulation in Infants and Toddlers

Your baby/toddler’s ability to regulate their appetite Birth Babies can partly control their energy intake and can reject a milk feed if they are no longer hungry from soon after birth. This regulation will improve as they get older. This is because your baby needs to...

Eat yourself pregnant and get your body baby ready

The chemistry of baby making is controlled by hormones.  Women especially are ruled by moods, foods and hormones but to get the chemistry right, the desire and libido is essential. “The love hormone, oxytocin is produced in times of passion, but to produce healthy...

Throwing the best children’s party!

Being organised and putting some time and energy into planning a child’s party can make the difference between ending the day in smiles or in tears, and we don’t just mean your child’s. First: Set a Party Location, Date and Time Popular children’s venues seem like an...

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