Month: January 2011

Child safety tips for the car

I reported last week on the benefits of a larger jacket for kids, but you need to be aware of what could be a potential safety hazard? A recent survey conducted by baby company Morrck reveals that 76.3% of British parents put their children into car seats while wearing a thick coat or snowsuit and more […]

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Emotional support for kids – Roots of empathy

Ever heard of the “Roots of Empathy” scheme? The project has recently hit the UK and might be something to become better acquainted with. The Roots of Empathy programme is a scheme designed to help teach children how to understand others. With the aim of counteracting problems children may have at home and difficulties explaining […]

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Baby feeding tip!

Since my daughter has been on formula, I have become an expert in what I like to call ‘powder piling’. Most of Amelia’s bottles are of the smaller 150ml size variety and her milk feeds are all 150ml at a time. When making up formula in advance, If you are of logical mind, you would […]

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Bigger jackets are better!

Dressing a baby in winter is all about layering. The outside is freezing but homes, shops, the tube and restaurants are all warm, so dressing your baby or toddler in multiple layers enables you to bulk up or strip down as temperature dictates. When you leave your home your baby will most likely look like […]

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