Getting your little one ready to start school

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...

Toddler

Having a toddler will bring a whole new and exciting time for you and your child. A toddler’s development and independence will be changing daily, bringing a wider dimension to being a parent. This section is focused around providing support, advice and guidance on your toddlers diet and nutrition, how to cope with weaning, potty training, starting to walk, talk, learning to socialise, sleep routines and so much more.

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...

Helping your child cope with the school routine

So with the first day or two, or maybe even full week under your belt both you and your little one will be settling into the school/preschool routine.  However the long days and routine may start to take their toll and so we’ve got some great advice from Lucy...

First day of school from a dad’s perspective

At the start of the summer holidays, with that never ending 6 weeks stretch ahead of you, it can easily feel as though time slows down and that this 6 week period is going to last for an eternity. What are you going to do to keep the kids entertained? How can you...

Recipe: Fun Fish Goujons and Chips

Ah, fish and chips, the ultimate comfort food and a true British classic. We love it, but knowing that fried food isn’t the healthiest option, it tends to be a treat.  However, this fab recipe has cut the calories by using breadcrumbs and baking for a more hearty...

Facts about child bedwetting, you’re not alone

If your child wets the bed, it can be traumatic for them and a big worry for you.  When will they stop?  How can you help?  The nature of the subject makes it taboo, but whilst not many mums will talk about it for fear of their child being ridiculed or bullied,...

Encouraging your toddler to eat healthily

Healthy food habits start to develop during the toddler years, so it’s a key time to influence what your little one is eating.  Their growing independence with food also means they might take matters into their own hands, and perhaps become fussy! To help you and your...

Top hair care tips for kids

Get some top hair care tips and an insight into the world of film hair stylist Charlotte Hayward just in time for ‘back to school’. Charlotte has been part of the behind the scenes team on blockbuster films including Harry Potter, Captain Phillips and X-men.  With...

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