Month: December 2010

Fruit and vegetable snacks for toddlers

I am always interested in companies that aim to curb the junk-food eating trend that is currently a cheaper and easier way for children to eat. Benjoy, a new start-up children’s food company, has nailed its colours to the mast with the intention to fight “early onset junk food eating” with a range of ‘spill-proof’ […]

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Cafepress review

I can’t imagine that there is a single mum-to-be out there who isn’t proud of her lovely pregnant belly, and I have stumbled upon a fun way to put your own personal stamp on maternity fashion, as well as your gorgeous baby bump – it’s called CafePress. […]

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Recent study: Allergies linked to month of conception

A recent Finnish study, published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, states that children’s chances of developing allergies to foods such as milk and eggs could depend on when they are conceived. This new study complements previous research which found that children born in autumn or winter were more likely to suffer from eczema […]

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Talking to your baby

The organisation Talk to Your Baby says that we need to engage more and communicate more with babies from naught to two years old. The organisation, which is part of the National Literacy Trust, has based its work on the truth that most brain development occurs in the first 24 months, exactly the stage at which […]

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Best baby toy

Best baby toy…. The Manhattan Toy Winkel is the perfect toy for a small baby. The Baby Winkel is a strange looking object and I was, in fact, attracted by its apparent randomness: it is made up of intertwining, multi-coloured, pliable plastic tubes that are held together by a plastic block that rattles. The Winkel […]

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