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How to build an unbreakable bond with your child

From the exploration in art, the tangible page turning offered with books, or the ritual of a shared experience such as a bedtime story; all help cement that crucial bond with you and your child.

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Top 3 skin problems for kids and how to deal with them

Heat rash, sunburn and eczema are common skin problems that are known to run rampant through Spring and Summer. In this short guide, you will be informed of signs, symptoms and treatments you can adopt to deal with these top 3 skin problems.

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Organic or not how - important is your babies skincare?

Parents are often being educated on what is best for their baby. When it comes to certified Organic Skincare verses Organic Content, there are some differences that will help you when choosing which skincare brands to use for your baby.

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Turn a chore into something more

Meal times can become frustrating and a battlefield at times, so over the years I have tried to find ways to use my creativity so my girls can benefit, I can spend time with them and to make meal time much more inviting and exciting! I call it a “dad win”.

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Parenting help

Coping with a crying baby

A crying baby can be stressful. It's not always easy to know what your baby wants or needs. here are some tips to help you stay calm and cope.

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Infant Choking – How to Save a Life

When disaster strikes, you want to be prepared and know how to respond to an emergency situation. We will guide you through the steps to help save an infant from choking.

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What to expect when you’re no longer expecting

It’s completely normal for pregnant women to sometimes struggle to think beyond their baby’s birth, to know what to expect when you're no longer expecting.

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Becoming a dad

Although some fathers are able to invest emotionally in their children during their partner’s pregnancy, for others, it's only when their child is born that they really start to have a relationship with it.

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