One moment your little one is happy and playful, and at the next they’re teary – It can be hard to know what to do to help your child as they are cutting their new teeth, but also for yourself because it can be distressing for both child and parent during the teething months.
Spring is here which means it’s now a great time to take your little baby out into the world! Here are some of our favourite parent and baby activities for you to do as the weather improves and the sun shines.
There are a number of foods you can give to your baby to help soothe teething pains, and which also double up as tasty treats for all the family. Try out some of our favourite recipes below, and let us know how they helped!
No matter how you look at it, teething is a very important period for a baby. For some, it’s fraught with pain and screaming fits, but for others, it’s both pain-free and gentle. Either way, they’re taking the first steps towards becoming fully grown and solid food eating humans! But there’s a lot that people don’t know about teething and that’s why we’ve put together a list of five interesting points about it.
Have you planned a holiday this year that involves flying? For some parents, the thought of flying with a baby can be overwhelming, but it can be done! Here are some useful flight tips to make travelling with your baby a little easier.
As parents, the subject of sleep and babies is a wondrous, often baffling one. “How can a baby consistently wake up at the most perplexing times?” It’s something we can spend hours over-analysing. “Teething?” Potentially. “Developmental milestones?” Could be. “Body temperature?” Anything’s possible
Why arnica is perfect for your skincare regime
There may actually be a lot of wisdom in some of Grandma’s old housewife remedies
When it comes to exercise, “no pain no gain” is an age-old belief; but it would be a shame if those aches & pains remained any longer than they had to. There’s simply no reason to be staggering through the streets post-workout, looking and feeling like the walking dead.
Bruises go through 5 stages before they fade. A fresh bruise is usually bluish purple, after a day or two it will turn blue. Then it will go from brown, to green, to yellow and finally back to the normal skin colour as it heals.