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Baby Clinic

Whether you’re a new mum or you’ve just had your fourth baby, every parent can use some help when it comes to finding out the latest advice on breastfeeding or bottle feeding, colic, sleeping through the night, teething or weaning (just to mention a few)! 

There’s so much to think about, to worry about even, but helpful to know that many of these problems are being shared by hundreds of like-minded parents. So if you’re dreaming of sleep as you feed your newborn just one more time, and want to remind yourself that you are doing a brilliant job, tuck into this section to allay your fears and banish those anxieties.

First Aid

Head Injuries - what to do and what to look out for Fortunately, most falls or blows to the head result in injury to the scalp only, which is usually more frightening than life threatening.

Baby Celebrations

Baby naming ceremonies
Naming ceremonies are carried out for both religio...

Baby Care

Baby skincare and allergies
Your baby’s skin is so soft and delicate you...


Breastfeeding diet
Although there are many foods that you need to avo...


New baby sleep patterns
In the first few weeks a new baby has no concept of daytime or nighttime. Sleep patterns are disrupted by other new habits like the need to feed.


Working and Breastfeeding
Many working mothers have no choice but to return to work before they would like to stop breastfeeding. Formula is absolutely fine but there are options for mums who wish to breastfeed. If you still wish to breastfeed with careful planning and consideration you can still ensure your baby is breastfed. Here are a few tips for mothers who are planning on returning to work with a few added quotes from breastfeeding expert Geraldine Miskin.   

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