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Four top tips for breastfeeding

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I had many a lovely moment, snuggled up with daughter, breastfeeding her. She’d play softly with my hair and stroke my face and I’d just be gazing at her beautiful face. But then at times, it really hurt to breastfeed! When I went back to work, I was still expressing and would book the boardroom out at lunchtime to express Emily’s milk for her to take to nursery the following day. If I wasn’t able to do that because of meetings, then I could be in agony by the time I got home and desperately needed Emily to latch on...

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6 Great Reasons To Keep A Dog When You Have A Baby

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6 Great Reasons To Keep A Dog When You Have A Baby

My friend recently bought a rescue dog and called her Poppy. She’s a gorgeous gentle Terrier. Prior to being ‘rescued’, Poppy had a wonderful life, she was the apple of her first owner’s eye… until she had a baby. Then six months later, Poppy was given to the dog shelter. I was horrified when I realised how common this is. I’ve always joked that Billy, my dog, was my first baby before my real human one!  Having a baby is exhausting and it can be hard managing a baby and a dog but please try and push through it because...

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What's the Best Bib for Baby Led Weaning?

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What's the Best Bib for Baby Led Weaning?

Thinking about Baby Led Weaning and wondering which bib to buy? This article explains why our Long Sleeved Weaning Bib is perfect.

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5 top tips to help with your teething baby

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5 top tips to help with your teething baby

Babies can start to suffer with teething from around four months old. When my daughter started teething, I googled how long babies would teeth for - I won’t tell you the answer! Having gone through this, I thought I would save you time by putting together my top five tips to help ease the discomfort for your little one.   My first top tip can be used on any age baby; homemade ice-lollies. These are ideal as can be used from just four months old which is when teething pains can start to kick in. Simply add breast or formula...

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Breast feeding is easy!

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Breast feeding is easy!

There. I‘ve said it. Breast feeding is easy…. Well it can be. During one of the many herbal tea drinking, hand holding, sympathy nodding meetings with my NCT teacher and new found NCT friends, the question was posed: how are we feeling about labour? My thoughts had always been quite pragmatic: Labour didn’t scare me. We were committed. No way out. No going back. It was going to happen. Now, I’ve climbed mountains, dived oceans and parallel parked in central London, but the real fear for me was that I may not be emotionally strong enough to give my child...

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