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Sudocrem Study

TERMS AND CONDITIONS Launch Date: 6th March 2017 End date: 8th March 2017 23:59 (Winner picked 9th March) All prizes will be dispatched to the winner within 15 days of the winner’s details being successfully obtained by Sudocrem’s Facebook team. 1. No purchase necessary. 2. The competition is open to all citizens of the United […]

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This is What Happens to Baby’s Head During Birth (And It’s Amazing)

We’re routinely told to handle our newborns’ heads with care, because their skulls are still soft, and fusing together. The reason behind the malleability is of course birth—entering the world head-first is no mean feat. And here are some incredible images to prove it. […]

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Using instinct as a parenting tool

Nothing prepares one for motherhood. Not books, not advice and not even maturity. Like many things in life, there is a massive discrepancy between head and heart. Perhaps one may know the ins and outs of motherhood intellectually and practically but one can only really come to a better understanding once the emotions that coincide […]

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Record baby milestones

A first smile, a first tooth, a first word: all memories that parents will want to record and look back on with joy in the heart and a tear in the eye. If there is anything that can sentimentalise the most indifferent of people, it will be having a baby – not always, but often. […]

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Pram etiquette

There is nothing more annoying than a pram in a busy city. It bites at heels and monopolises pavements, buses, trains and supermarket isles. That was my opinion before I became a parent and it still is my opinion! The ideals enveloped in the notion of pram etiquette could go a long way to appeasing […]

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