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Treatment tips for babies with eczema

Eczema, or dermatitis as it is sometimes called, is a disorder which results in dry, inflamed and sometimes weeping or infected skin. It can cause redness and intense itching. Here are some treatment tips for babies with eczema.

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How to change your baby’s future in the first 1,000 days

New, ground-breaking research from the University of Queensland has highlighted just how vital the first 1,000 days is to your baby’s development.

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More to measure: What you need to know about car restraint height

With a little one growing faster and faster each day, we know that it’s important for you to choose products that will fit your child for as long as possible. Focus on your child’s car restraint height and weight rather than age.

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Yoga for kids

The benefits to yoga, no matter your age, or the sound level! Physically, emotionally and intellectually, Yoga for kids has so many positive outcomes for all abilities.

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Breastpumps: A guide for new parents

When we think of our growing bump and how we will feed them when they enter the world, expressing is not normally something too many mums think about. However, there are various reasons why a new mother expresses milk for her baby, and different types of pumps suit different situations.

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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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Surrendering to motherhood

We are mothers: The guardians of sensitive, impressionable souls and providers of comfort, nurture and nourishment to the most worthy of beings.

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Filling children's emotional tanks

Imagine that each child has an emotional tank inside them, when they feel loved, that tank is full. When there’s a lot of whining, tears and bad behaviour, it is likely that their tank is on empty.

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