The last few weeks may be a blur of marathon feeds, minimal sleep, and bum wipes, but your baby has undergone some incredible changes in his first month. Here’s how to make the most of his developing skills.
For some parents, the legendary pain of teething may bypass their abode with little ceremony…for others…the sleepless nights and irritable days can stretch into a seeming eternity. If you’re in the less fortunate camp, you’ve know doubt tried all manner of prescribed treatment and anecdotal tip; here’s what an expert says about two of the most popular teething trouble remedies.
We may be in the midst of a heatwave, but the UK is hardly known for a surplus of sun—and statistically, 1 in 5 of us are low in the sunshine vitamin, Vit D. For babies, an adequate amount of the stuff is vital for strong bones and healthy teeth. So how do you know if and when infant supplements are necessary? Here are the facts.
While milk feeds are less complicated (and more suited to cuddles), there’ll eventually come the stage when your baby is ready to try out the big wide world of solids. Here’s how to get started.
Good vision can easily be taken for granted; it’s also easy to miss the signs of eye problems in young children because they don’t know any different.