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Baby will not Sleep

Life for a new parent is very busy and when you have a baby who will not sleep, it can cause immense concern. Naturally you want to protect your child and when they continue to cry and will not sleep day or night, you may find it hard to know what to do next. Some […]

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Caught Up with Sleep?

baby and toddler playing

Have you caught up with sleep and recovered from the ‘busyness’ and excitement of Christmas and come back to work feeling refreshed and revived or come back to work for a rest from relatives? Whether you are a working parent or stay at home mum one thing is for sure, things will change this year […]

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Why Invest in a Nanny or Maternity Nurse?

Cute baby

There is a common perception about people who have a nanny or employ a maternity nurse for their children that they are automatically ‘rich’, can afford it so do so or somehow don’t care enough to look after their own children. This is so far from the truth and naturally a difficult dilemma for many […]

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 The Highs and Lows of Parenthood

                         What does it take to go from being an Ordinary parent to an ExtraOrdinary parent? Every Mum or Dad works hard to keep their child happy and wants to give their baby or child the best start in life but it is amazing how difficult can this be in the first year or two […]

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Parenting Pain or Sleep Pleasure?

Cute baby asleep

Parenting Pain or pleasure as your new baby sleeps all night? When you are expecting your first born child, you have all kinds of thoughts and ideas going through your head ranging from excitement, elation, fear to panic and concern, giving you the jelly wobbles about how different your life will be and how you […]

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Baby won’t Sleep

Becoming a new, second or third time parent plus can be hard work and new challenges arise particularly if the baby won’t sleep. Of course if you’ve had a baby before you are expected to ‘know what to do’, however every baby is different and each birth is too. If you’ve had complications or had […]

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Wimbledon Champions

This week has been very exciting, it’s been the run up to the Wimbledon and the World Cup final, personally I’ve been out and about networking and meeting parents with babies and young children in Cheltenham. Now I’m not into football but I do love the tennis and I’m placing my bets on Roger Federer. […]

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Toddler jealously with a new baby

If you’ve just had a new baby or you are expecting your second child close in age to your first you may well be wondering how jealous your toddler will be with the new baby. It’s always going to be hard to predict as each child reacts differently. You may well be in for a […]

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BBC Radio Interview-Early Infant Care and Baby Sleep

Last week I was in London at a Neo-Natal and Early Infant Care Conference with some wonderful and highly trained Dr’s and physicians who shared the latest research about baby care practices in UK hospitals. Well more to the point it was about changing aspects of care and how good bonding and skin to skin […]

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