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The New Parent Guide: Sleep And Your 1-Month-Old Baby

Ask any parent what the most significant change is in their lives once a baby arrives, and the answer is pretty much universal. Sleep....

Ask The Parents – What Can I Do About My Child...

We all know there’ll be plenty of interrupted and wakeful nights once we have kids – it’s part of the deal when you...

Ask The Parents – Should I Co-Sleep With My New Baby?

For many parents, sharing their bedroom with their newborn from the start is a given. Others prefer their own space. But Hayley, a...

The Ultimate Guide To The Things Parents Wish Their Kids Would...

“Treasure every moment,” you’re told when you have a new baby. “They’ll be grown up and leaving home before you know it.” It’s a...

Why Making Sure Your Teen Gets Enough Sleep Could Save Their...

Teenagers and sleep. Two things that never seem to go together at the right time. They’re wide awake in the early hours, then dead...

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Breast- Versus Bottle-Feeding – The Great Debate

Food is one of the most basic human needs - but when it comes to our babies, the way we do that can be...
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Could Feeding Solid Food Improve Your Baby’s Sleep?

It’s one of those questions new parents ask anxiously again and again – when should you start feeding your baby solid food? Years ago, the...

My Son Has Hydrocephalus – It’s Not Easy, But Our Life Is Richer For...

When my son, Braden, graduated last year it was one of the most emotional days of my life. One that, at various...

5 Ways We Accidentally Violate Children’s Boundaries

We’re all trying to do our best as parents, but sometimes what we think is the best thing for our children turns...

I Was Born With My Organs Outside My Body – Now I Help Other...

Every so often, we hear of babies born with medical conditions so rare or severe it seems there’s no chance they’ll survive. Maybe they’re...

The Rise Of Measles In Europe – The Reason We Should Vaccinate Our Children

Twenty years ago, gastroenterologist Andrew Wakefield co-authored the now-notorious report that claimed a link between autism and the MMR (Measles, Mumps & Rubella) vaccine....

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