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...

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Having a baby is an exciting and challenging time and before you know it they will become toddlers.This section is focused around providing support, advice and guidance from the moment you bring your newborn baby home to the first steps into becoming a toddler. We have help for you on feeding, sleep issues, baby development and so much more.

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...

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...

Bath time bonding – what’s the routine?

There’s nothing like a good splash, lots of bubbles and laughter at bath time.  However, with a newborn the thought of bath time might seem like a huge task – don’t worry it’ll soon become easy and another routine you’ve cracked. All babies and mums are different, so...

Mother knows best! Perhaps not anymore…

Advice from our parents is becoming a thing of the past!  Mother knows best! is not necessarily the case anymore.  With today’s digital world firmly in our hands we have become a generation of modern parents that has a plethora of information at our fingertips. Almost...

Coming home with your new baby – settling in

With labour quickly becoming a dim and distant memory and a beautiful baby in your arms, leaving the hospital to head home with your brand new bundle is an exciting time, but it’s also a bit of a worry.  After all, to become a parent you don’t need to take a test or...

Down’s Syndrome – did you know…?

This week is Down’s Syndrome awareness week, and as part of being aware is understanding and learning, the Down’s Syndrome Association have supplied us with some facts about the condition that you may not be aware of… Did you know…? Around one in every 1000 babies...

Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy – Nicola’s story

Babyworld is a community.  As technology has advanced, so our community has evolved, adapted and grown, but one thing remains true, we are here for our members.  When we recently heard from member Nicola, and her fantastic efforts to raise funds for a cause that means...

Sleep tight: safe sleeping for your little one

There’s no doubt that once your little one has arrived there’s one subject that will dominate your conversation and that’s sleep.  How much you’re getting, how much you’re partner’s getting and how much your little treasure is getting too!  Your concerns won’t only be...

Expert baby skincare advice: your questions answered

For those of us who follow us on Facebook and Twitter, you’ll know that we recently held a webchat with an expert offering you advice on skincare for your children. Julie Van Onselen is an Independent Dermatology Nurse, and the  consultant expert for the launch of...

Red Cross ‘Rapped Up’ First Aid Advice for Febrile Seizures

When I was two years old, I had a febrile seizure.   I’d been unwell for a day or so, was running a high temperature and apparently feeling pretty sorry for myself.   My mum left me on the sofa, all snuggled and cosy while she went to put my baby brother down for a...

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