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New Borns, Babies and New Mums
Whether you carried your bub in your tummy for 9 months or have finally been blessed with the adoption of your own little bundle, in between all the joy and excitement of your new family member there will also be lots of worry and loads of questions. The first being “OK what do I do with this little thing now?”
Babies don’t come with a manual, and parenthood is a very hands-on role with a very steep learning curb. But don’t think that you need to know everything all at once. Relax and get to know your bub and help him or her settle into their new world. Then have a look around here for some advice, hints, tips and a little bit of reassurance. And remember ‘no-one’ really knows what they are doing.....
Whether you had always envisaged yourself singing to your baby, or it was just something you started doing when you were trying to settle your baby or get them down to sleep, at some point we will have delve back into our childhood and try to remember the words to those lullaby's our parents used to sing to us.
Incy Wincy Spider, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Twinkle Twinkle little star. We all sang them as kids, but as time passes by sometimes the words can become a little faded. Check out this page for words for some of the all time favourites.
Nursery Rhymes Lyrics here
Baby’s Focus - Using Black and White Shapes
It can take babies eyes anywhere from 3 to 5 months to begin to straighten up and focus correctly. To help your baby strengthen their eyes and develop their focus you can do exercises to help develop their focus.
One of the best ways is with black and white shapes.
Thank you cards and birth announcements....
After you baby is born there are people to thank, birth announcements to send, visitors to deal with, and keepsakes and memories to be made.
Baby Activities. Windmills, bubbles, peek-a-boo...
It can sometimes be hard to know what to do with these little people. If you need help with entertaining and amusing your baby. Find hundreds of ideas for your baby from ages zero to twelve months.
Breast milk is the perfect food for your baby, and nature has ensured that nutritionally, it is all your baby needs for the first six months of their life. Whilst breast feeding is definitely natural, it by no means comes naturally.
Most women can breastfeed without too much difficulty, however, it does take time and patience for you both to learn how to feed and find a routine that suits you both.
Baby Not Playing
By The Rules...
Returning to work after maternity leave