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My Baby Cries After Feeding: What's Wrong?

My Baby Cries After Feeding: What's Wrong? Most mothers quickly develop a bag of tricks soon after birth to soothe their crying baby, checking for dirty nappies, making sure their baby isn’t still hungry, isn’t tired and cranky or if you’re anything like me, making sure all itchy labels are removed from clothing and that no clothing is uncomfortably tight or irritating. But sometimes you can go through all of this and more and your baby is STILL crying. So, what do you do? 

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8 Ways You Can Work At Home With A Baby & Get Stuff Done

8 Ways You Can Work At Home With A Baby & Get Stuff Done

Juggling work with child care can be a big challenge for parents who aren't used to working from home, especially with a newborn baby that needs to be held constantly or with kids who aren’t in school. 

We understand how hard it can be so we’ve put together some tips to help you through these unusual and challenging times.

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Help - My Baby Won't Stop Crying

Help - My Baby Won't Stop Crying

Although it’s natural for babies to cry, intense or prolonged crying can be distressing for everyone. If you’ve ruled out more urgent medical problems and day-to-day triggers, you may find that your baby is distressed because of common issues, such as wind / gas, reflux or colic. Read our top tips on how you can keep yourself calm while trying to solve the problem.

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When Does Baby Colic Mean a Trip to the GP?

When Does Baby Colic Mean a Trip to the GP? Colic is something that new and expectant parents hear a lot about. Whenever your baby cries for an extended period, someone is bound to say, "is it colic?" like they are an authority on the subject. But, the reality is that while many are guilty of blaming any long crying spells on colic, no one is entirely sure what it is. 

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Do You Think Your Baby Has Colic?

Do You Think Your Baby Has Colic?

When your baby is crying excessively and making more of a fuss than normal, this can be distressing for parents and is a potential sign of Colic. Let’s take a look at what to do if you are worried that your little one is troubled with this affliction.

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