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Baby it’s cold outside: when to use a baby snowsuit, when to avoid them, and what to use instead!

how to prepare for winter with a baby

Winter is coming and even if winter brings more rain than snow these days, we still have our share of chilly weather! With that comes the question of what to dress baby in during the winter months. After all, young babies cannot regulate their own body temperature, they can cool down or overheat quickly. In…

Newborn baby essentials: a baby checklist for the baby items you need!

newborn essentials check lisy

Baby checklist: What do you need for a baby? Are you pregnant or expecting your first baby and wondering “what do you need for a baby”? Some people will tell you a baby doesn’t need much, while others recommend the most amazing high-tech solutions for everything from monitoring baby’s sleep to keeping them entertained –…

Dressing baby at night with the optimal baby winter sleeping bag.

what to dress my baby in in winter

Too warm, too cold – with baby it’s an eternal worry that their bedroom temperature and clothing isn’t right. Newborn babies can’t regulate their own temperature at first but during the day baby wearing can help regulate your little one’s body temperature. How? When you as parents sweat, you are the natural air conditioner for…

Baby bouncer, supporting developmental milestones.

baby bouncer supports development

How can you use a bouncer to promote your baby’s development? Put your baby safely and securely in their bouncer, hop into the shower, done! This is one of the most common functions of this everyday baby essential item. Especially in the beginning, when your baby is small and prefers to be snuggled and close…

How to prevent and treat painful nipples and milk stasis

sore nipples breastfeeding

The first few days after birth can be quite exhausting and tiring for most breast/chest feeding mothers. People often talk about a “breast/chest feeding marathon”, as your baby is expected to drink every two to three hours. This is normal and may take a few days for your milk production to adjust to your baby’s…

Babywearing tip: wear against plagiocephaly

Plagio… what? Only a few of you probably know something about this term. Some of you might know what’s behind it, or at least have heard of it. If not, a little tip: it has something to do with the shape of your child’s head. Well our babywearing consultant Mieke will explain the rest to…

Getting Back on Track with Baby Sleep After Travelling on your Holiday

Baby Sleep After Travel blog Summer! Finally! Many of us will be planning on taking a trip at some point this year, whether that’s a long break overseas or a short trip close to home. Our UK sleep specialist Gemma Coe is a mum of two and is a certified baby and child sleep consultant….

The ultimate co-sleeping / bed sharing guide.

co-sleeping safety

Should you co-sleep with your baby? Sleeping close to your little one seems innocent enough. After all, what’s sweeter than cuddling up all night with your baby? But co-sleeping and bed-sharing have become heated topics, and with so many opinions on either side, it can be hard to figure out the healthiest choice for your…

Flying with baby: the most important questions and answers about your trip

Yaaay, your first family holiday with your baby! Travelling with a baby is a whole new experience, and it can be pretty daunting, but we are here to help! With the right preparation you can limit the turbulence of your first flight with baby. We have summarised the most commonly asked questions and answers to…

Frequently asked questions about looking after your baby’s teeth.

baby teeth guide

Brushing baby’s teeth: What parents need to know. Did you know that the development of a child’s teeth begins in early pregnancy? However, it takes until infancy for the first teeth to become visible. But what about brushing your baby’s teeth? Baby teeth need different care than those of children or adults. Since the foundation…