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Mizzie knows that the perfect way to satisfy the curiosity of your new arrival is through gentle stimulation! Mizzie's Newborn Gift Set for the Curious Baby is the ultimate pack to help your little bub become accustomed and learning about their new surroundings and fine-tuning those new and developing senses!

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Nobody likes being tired! Think about how we feel after one bad night sleep; grumpy, irritable, a bit foggy, might have a headache, full of yawns reaching for another cup of coffee. When babies lose sleep, it is so hard for them to catch back up nor do they have the luxury of stimulants to see them through till their next nap.

Mizzie wanted to help you and bub through by putting together some information to help everyone in the house get a good night’s rest.

 

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After baby has arrived, sometimes as new mothers we find ourselves feeling overwhelmed and anxious as our world changes so dramatically. Postpartum Depression is a factor that effects most mums to some extent and at Mizzie, we think its so important to take care of Mum as much as you take care of bub. Check out these PPD signs to help you!

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At many stages in your babies first 6 months you are likely to find yourself outdoors, at barbecues, the beach, the park, even just the back yard. It is so important that with babies delicate skin, that you take good safety measures to ensure they are kept, cool and safe while out in the sun. Mizzie knows how important it is to keep your little ones safe from the harsh ultraviolet rays of the sun and have complied a list of things you can do to keep bub safe all summer long.

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Reading with babies and children at any age is always going to be beneficial to their cognitive development. Reading aloud to your little one can assist them in developing language and speech skills as every sound they hear you make goes into the memory bank allowing bubs to create patterns of recognition and understanding even at this young age.

 

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