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How to start weaning a baby

How to start weaning a baby

Starting your weaning journey with your baby can often be daunting, but it doesn’t have to be! Good Play Guide have got just the advice to make your journey exciting for both you and your little ones. From baby-led weaning to parent-led weaning, find out more about the approach that works best for your family!

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So… what is a birth plan?

So… what is a birth plan?

When we make plans, be that for a holiday, a wedding or a night out – what is the first thing that we do? We explore the options available to us. Doing this for birth is just as important. Claire Smith from the Birthing Parents Club explains what a birth plan is and how to write one yourself.

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Handbag Hazards!

Handbag Hazards!

Before having children not many people think about the contents of their handbag. Daisy First Aid’s Kirsty talks you through the everyday hazards that might be lurking in your bag and the dangers they poise to young children and babies.

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Sprain or Fracture?

Sprain or Fracture?

Having worked Clinical Scientist specialising in microbiology for the NHS for 15 years, as well as being a mum to two children, Daisy First Aid’s Kirsty writes this weeks blog post on tell tale signs of sprained or fractured bones, and the important first-aid steps you should take if you suspect your child is suffering from one of them.

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What is ‘normal’ really when it comes to Newborns?

What is ‘normal’ really when it comes to Newborns?

There is a lot of information out there about Birth. But what about when baby is here? Dawn Smith from The Daisy Foundation East Dunbartonshire, shares an insight to the ‘4th trimester’ along with some nuggets of wisdom or advice Daisy Mum’s wished they had known before baby was here. 

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Understanding Your Baby’s Skin

Understanding Your Baby’s Skin

Joanna and Dr Jennifer Crawley, a consultant for Childs Farm and head of paediatric dermatology at University College Hospital London, share some facts about newborn skin that will help you to ensure baby’s comfort in their first few months.

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Five Top Tips to Prepare for Birth

Five Top Tips to Prepare for Birth

Midwife Pip works with women to help them prepare for birth and beyond. From antenatal classes to pregnancy exercises, nutrition specialist advice and postnatal support services, Midwife Pip helps pregnant women prepare for birth and beyond! Read her top tips as your birth date nears…

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The Key to a Great Birth Experience

The Key to a Great Birth Experience

Hypnobirthing practioner, Anja Moncrieff teaches hypnobirthing online and in-person to couples all over the world. So if your birth date is right around the corner, read on to find out more about achieving a positive birth experience…

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Preparing for a Positive Abdominal Birth

Preparing for a Positive Abdominal Birth

In honour of Caesarean Awareness Month, Claire Dugan, hypnoborthing, doula and post-natal coach based in North London discusses preparing your mind and body for an abdominal birth, making your birthing experience as comfortable as can be.

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