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Cognitive & Developmental Milestones

Cognitive & Developmental Milestones

Babies are born with the ability to learn. Listening to language, playing with sounds, moving their bodies, reaching for items, tasting foods, and exploring their surroundings are all ways for them to learn. During the first three years of life, their brains undergo incredible transformations. This blog will focus on baby cognitive and developmental milestones and what to look out for.

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How To Create Healthy Sleep Habits For Your Baby

How To Create Healthy Sleep Habits For Your Baby Caring for your newborn brings indescribable joy and contentment but with it also comes sleep deprivation. Newborn babies simply can’t sleep through the night and unfortunately this means neither can you. Thankfully, by the time your baby is three to six months old they will most likely develop a regular sleep pattern and can stay asleep until dawn. As your baby’s brain develops over these first few months, you’ll probably see a sleep pattern start to emerge - though it may be a problematic pattern which does not align with your own routine. In this blog, I will talk you through some strategic methods which will help your newborn establish healthy sleep habits that will continue on as they get older.

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How To Spot The Difference Between Colic & Silent Reflux

How To Spot The Difference Between Colic & Silent Reflux Colic and silent reflux are two very difficult conditions to deal with in your baby’s early stages of development. Both of these conditions are extremely common in newborns and share some similar symptoms, hence why they are often confused with one another. In this blog we will help you to understand both conditions, how to spot the difference and what you can do to effectively soothe your baby.

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Dealing With A Crying Baby As A New Parent

Dealing With A Crying Baby As A New Parent

It's easier said than done to stay cool when your baby is screaming. During the initial few days, weeks, and months, tensions and emotions are high.

The desire to calm your child – and the frustration that comes with it if you can't – can be overwhelming. However, it is also critical to strive to look out for oneself during these trying times.  Crying is a normal part of a baby's development, and there are a variety of reasons why they cry. To learn more, continue reading. 

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