Baby Tips

Baby Teething

Baby teething may start between the ages of 4 and 7 months, however some babies may start as early as 3 months old … not ideal for both baby and (breastfeeding) mother.
Teething can have a lot of heart breaking symptoms, such as irritability, loss of appetite, drooling more than normal, excessive biting, lots of thumb and dummy sucking, red cheeks, just to name a few. Although there isn’t much to do to speed up the process, giving your baby something to chew on, like Mizzie The Kangaroo teething toy, can ease the pain … and distract them.

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Baby Development

A hot tip for parents: do not worry if your child is the last one to show a first sign of a tooth, to roll-over, to crawl or walk, or to say it’s first words. Every child is different, and not all baby development happens at the same time. Seasoned parents often seem just so relaxed to new parents, and that’s often because they’ve seen first hand that their babies have been different, some babies develop sooner than others… and that’s perfectly normal. There is plenty to read on about the averages, so you can base your expectations them, however do not be too alarmed if your baby doesn’t follow suit. If you are worried, a visit to your doctor could put your mind at ease.

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Baby Nutrition

Nutrition is very important for babies and their parents.

Feel free to post your thoughts, comments or recipes!

We will be posting some tips and suggestions here throughout the year.

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Babies Learning Languages

Babies learning languages?

There are great benefits in teaching a child a second language. Apart from the long-term effects of being able to communicate with more people, as well making traveling easier, children that have learnt another language can benefit from improved overall school performance and superior problem-solving skills. Also later in life, knowing a second language can be a competitive advantage in the workforce, and can open up additional job opportunities.

We all know that young children are like sponges. We’ve heard that they best learn and absorb by the age of 5! Let us know your experiences.
We will be posting tips and suggestions for parents teaching their children other languages.

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