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Does Your Baby Have Nipple Confusion?

11 August 2019

Does “nipple confusion” sound mind boggling?   Nipple confusion refers to a situation where a baby develops problems with latching on the breast after he or she is used to drinking milk from a bottle. Nipple confusion could also arise from being given a pacifier.   Although both latching and sucking from a bottle appear […]

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Pregnancy week 17 – 20: the start of second trimester

2 August 2019

Congratulations and welcome to the second trimester -you’re almost at the halfway mark!   Many pregnant mums call this the “honeymoon period” as their energy levels seem to bounce back during this time. Also, your dresses from pre-pregnancy days might start to feel tighter, so you might want to swap them out for dresses with […]

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Pregnancy week 10 – 13: The First Trimester is almost over

7 June 2019

You’re at the last lap of the first trimester, pregnant mummies! At this stage, you might notice that your baby bump is showing. If this is your first pregnancy, your bump may take longer to show as the abdominal skin is still taut.   It might be a little early to buy maternity dresses, but […]

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4 Easy Right Brain Activities to Play with Kids at Home

22 May 2019

A child’s brain develops at exponential speed from during the first three years, with the right brain being more dominant until around three years old. The left brain is responsible for controlling the right side of the body. Functions include logic, language, reasoning, Science and Math, number skills and analytical thought. The right brain is […]

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Pregnancy Weeks 6-9: Congratulations on your pregnancy!

8 May 2019

Congratulations! You may have just found out that you’re expecting and the news may be a little shocking. Pregnancy symptoms are starting to become more obvious and you may experience morning sickness. Some women have a severe type of morning sickness called hyperemesis gravidarum, characterised by severe nausea, vomiting, weight loss and possibly depression. Thankfully, […]

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Baby’s First Sensory Bin: 10 Household Items that Offers Endless Fun

21 April 2017

Babies are intuitively curious. By engaging their senses and offering them with an opportunity to explore, babies learn to make sense of their world. The importance of sensory play in early childhood acts as a springboard to nurture a baby’s development in a multitude of ways. Besides offering store-bought toys, how about creating your baby’s […]

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