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Best Practices that help the Infant Sleep Well

A happy baby implies a happy family. Therefore, it becomes necessary to ensure that your infant gets enough of ‘tummy-time’, stretching time, and sleep time. An infant well slept not only makes parenting easy but also reduces the chances of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related hazards. To ensure proper sleep, it is essential that your infant sleeps safely. This write-up is a guide that shall provide you with some tips on how to ensure that your baby is sleeping safe and sound. Know the ABC of Safe... Read More

Showing Your Little One the World – Perfect Pushchairs and Strollers

If you are a parent, you will agree that looking after your child becomes one of the most vital parts of your life. Amongst many other baby essentials, a pushchair accounts for one of the biggest and most important purchases you will make for your baby or toddler. You may need to invest time and research to find the perfect one because we all know, finding the best for your little one is always on the top of the list! From your infant’s first trip outside the house till the... Read More

27/01/2020

7 Functions of a Nursing Pillow – What to Know

First-time mothers who aren’t used to nursing their little ones may find a nursing pillow convenient. Also called “feeding pillows,” nursing pillows are used by mothers to provide additional support for babies so that their babies can reach their nipples and suckle easily. The feeding pillow also keeps the mother’s posture upright and comfortable. But more than just for breastfeeding, a nursing pillow serves a host of other functions. As such, this versatile tool is a must for every mother. In what other ways can a nursing pillow help? 1)... Read More

27/01/2020

Safety Tips When Using a Moses Basket for your Baby – Our Guide

Babies spend most of their initial growth sleep, so it’s crucial to find ways that will ensure the safety and security of your baby. After all, they are unlike children or adults that can practically sleep anywhere and without a hitch. With that in mind, you will need to consider how the baby sleeps, which bedding to use, what’s in the cot, and where to sleep.  Fortunately, there are several choices, such as a crib, carrycot, baby cot, bassinet, or a Moses basket. Many choose the latter as it is... Read More

27/01/2020

4 Things to Ask Yourself If You Need a Nursing Pillow

First-time moms may not feel used to carrying their babies on their arms for an extended period while nursing. As such, they turn to nursing pillows to help cushion their little ones and reduce the strain of holding their baby closer to their breast to suckle. A newborn does not know how to move and seek their mother’s nipple on their own, so they will require assistance. That said, some mothers ask if they need a nursing pillow. The answer to that question depends on your situation. No nursing pillow... Read More

27/01/2020
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Why a Footmuff Is Necessary For Your Child in Winter – What to Know

In a few months, autumn will give way to winter. But this does not mean you should leave your child locked inside the home and let the cold months pass. But you shouldn’t expose your little one to the harsh elements either. You and your baby can take a stroll together with the help of winter clothing and accessories, such as a snowsuit, blanket, and footmuff for your stroller. How does a baby footmuff keep your baby warm?  A footmuff is an insulating pad that resembles a sleeping bag that... Read More

27/01/2020
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Washing Baby Bedding: How Often Should You Do It?

Hygiene is an essential aspect of your baby’s health. As such, you need to keep their things tidy at all times. But when it comes to washing your baby’s beddings, how often is “often”? The answer to this question really depends on your baby. Some parents wash their baby’s beddings only two or three per week while others have a messier little one, so they have to wash every day. Also, each type of bedding needs to be washed more frequently than others, and here are some of them: Baby’s... Read More