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Covid-19 Pandemic

The last few weeks have been strange (to say the very least!) for each and every one of us. Like all working mum's I have been navigating home-school with work. My primary work has been as a health visitor -…

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The power of loving touch

At birth babies have around 200 billion brain cells. There are, however, very few connections between the cells. Connections form most quickly during the first 3 years of a child's life (at a rate of up to 1 million per…

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Young Father Changing Nappy. Babyology Dorset

Focus on… baby skincare

How to care for your baby's skin may not have been something you gave much thought to while you were pregnant. However, babies often develop dry, flaky skin within a week or so following birth. This may be accompanied by…

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Little Book Of Self-care For New Mums

Why not read…

The Little Book of Self Care for New Mums. I am so pleased to see books like this appearing in our bookshops. We need more of this and less prescriptive parenting guides. My advice: read this, make a little time…

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I’m reading …

'What Mothers Do - especially when it looks like nothing' by Naomi Stadlen.  If you are stuck on the sofa while your baby feeds through a growth spurt, up for a night feed or just manage to find a bit…

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Focus on….Colic

What is Colic? Colic is defined by episodes of crying for "more than 3 hours a day, for more than 3 days a week".  Crying often occurs in the evening.  Babies with colic appear to experience 'waves' of abdominal pain. …

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