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Life With Your Newborn - What Nobody Tells You

Life With Your Newborn - What Nobody Tells You

You may have read lots of books or online articles about looking after your newborn baby. You may even have had words of wisdom from mothers that have raised their children. But nothing can prepare you for that feeling when you take your first child home from the hospital after giving birth. 

When you were in hospital, the doctors, nurses, and midwives were on hand to give you lots of support. But now, at home, it’s just you and your new baby. Here’s what nobody tells you about the first few weeks with your newborn baby. 

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5 Ways to Help Soothe a Teething Baby

5 Ways to Help Soothe a Teething Baby

Teething may be a normal milestone in a baby’s life, but there is no denying that it can have an impact on your little one. As well as being uncomfortable for your baby, living with a teething baby can be stressful for the whole family. Teething can leave your baby feeling irritated, and they may wake up more frequently during the night, and be grumpy during the day.


If your baby is teething, you may be wondering how you can help them and relieve their discomfort. These five tips will help you to soothe your teething baby and make the teething experience much easier for everyone.

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Newborn Babies & Sleepless Nights

Newborn Babies & Sleepless Nights Newborn babies don’t sleep in the same way that adults do. They will experience many cycles in their sleep each night, including lots of periods of lighter REM sleep where the brain is more active. This means that your baby is more likely to wake up during the night and may need help in getting back to sleep. There are other factors that cause newborn babies not to sleep for long periods - read our blog for more.

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What to Expect When Your Baby Has Allergies

What to Expect When Your Baby Has Allergies Like older children and adults, babies can have allergies to the foods they eat, the things they touch, and the unseen particles they inhale in the home or outdoors. When your baby has symptoms of any kind, it can be difficult to figure out what’s wrong because a little one can’t describe their symptoms.

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