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Newborn care

Tips for Choosing a Pram Liner

A Pram Liner will make your bub’s pram ride more enjoyable. Here are some practical tips to consider when buying your first Pram Liner.

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Choosing a Pram: Buy Once, Buy Right!

Useful Tips for choosing the right Pram for your Baby so that you don't end up needing to buy another one.

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Understanding the Needs of Your Newborn: A Doulas Perspective

Becoming a parent presents many challenges, and with that, many sources of information on how best to care for your baby. A Doula can guide you through this transition, and more importantly give you the confidence to trust your own instincts, and find your own way as parents.

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Natural baby skin care tips: A How-to on caring for new skin

Becoming a parent for the first time is overwhelmingly wonderful – but sometimes it can be just plain overwhelming! If one of the things you’ve been wondering about it how to take care of your baby's skin, this helpful guide is for you.

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Baby feeding

Introducing Solids

At around six months of age, your baby will become increasingly curious about food and will be ready to experience a variety of different foods to complement their milk intake. Learn all about Introducing Solids to your baby.

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Benefits of Organic Milk

Milk formula comes in dozens of brands and varieties and to figure out what's best for your baby can be a daunting task, especially for parents who want the most suitable diet for their little ones.

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Baby Food Pouches and Other Practical Ways to Store Baby Food

So you got a bit carried away and made a whole big batch of homemade baby food. Too much to use in a couple of days. Can you store the extra baby food and for how long? Reusable baby food pouches are just one easy way to store your homemade baby food, but there are other options too.

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Australian parents are so confused about allergies

Guidelines about allergies and food introduction has changed a lot over the last few decades. We now know that introducing common allergenic foods early to your baby, reduces the risk of childhood allergy by 80%

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Baby sleep

Create the safest possible sleep environment for your baby.

In a world of social media where images of the “perfect looking” nursery are promoted in between ads for the latest trends, where do we start when looking to make educated decisions about what is safe in a sleep environment, or not?

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How to dress baby for sleep

Research shows a clear link between overheating and an increased risk of sudden unexpected death in infancy, so it is important that parents and carers know how to dress baby for sleep.

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Co-sleeping with your baby

Babies should be slept in their own sleep space, which is safest in a cot or bassinette. Some families choose to bring baby to bed with them, but this isn’t always safe. Read our advice below on how to do it more safely, to reduce your risk.

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Safe and comfortable sleeping tips for newborn - 5 years

It may seem overwhelming to wonder if all elements are aligned for a safe & comfortable sleep for the little one in your life. ergoPouch have put together a sleep-easy checklist to help demystify all the information out there!

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Baby safety

Safe and healthy sleep for your growing baby!

Sleep and babies go hand in hand! So it's really important they are getting enough sleep and that they are in a safe and healthy environment when getting their much needed zzzz's. Read on for some handy tips on safe sleep.

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The danger of mobile devices to eyes.

The danger of mobile devices to eyes is real and optometrists are seeing an alarming number of people with severe eye problems caused by these devices.

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Your Newborn - What to look out for

It’s amazing, isnt it? That overwhelming feeling of becoming a mother, maybe for the first time or maybe for the third, but it still feels the same every time….

In this article, we have practical tips and advice when it comes to keeping your new baby safe, and what to expect.

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Product safety: how do I know what is safe?

Red Nose are often asked by parents and carers whether particular products are safe, including cots, prams, strollers, and mattresses. Check out our expert tips for peace of mind when it comes to using products safely.

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How to choose the best travel changing mat

A travel change mat is essential for making nappy changes when you are out and about, and most come with a pocket or two for holding all your nappy change essentials. So what makes the best stand out from the rest? Here’s what to look for when choosing a baby change mat or nappy wallet:

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Nappy bag checklist

What you need to pack in your nappy bag depends on how long you will be out and about, how old your bub is and the time of day you are out.

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Changing your baby's nappy

Your baby’s nappy needs to be changed up to 7 or 8 times a day. An infant’s very delicate little bottom can easily become irritated from dampness, contact with urine and stools, or friction from napkins.

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Taking the sting out of nappy rash

Nappy rash is very common and can pop up anytime no matter how diligent you are.

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Baby development

Language is fundamental to a baby's development

Language is fundamental to a baby’s development. Every baby learns to speak by listening, playing with sounds and talking to others. Parents and carers can help develop language skills by talking, watching, listening, playing and sharing books with your baby.

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Why messy play & mark making is important in early development

Messy play and mark making forms an integral part of a child’s development from when they are a baby. Messy play gives children the opportunity to explore, discover, lead play and build the muscles needed to learn to write as they grow older.

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5 things your baby needs for health and wellbeing

Connecting with your baby in the little day to day moments goes a long way to encouraging their wellbeing. The following blog provides parents with five key things they can do to foster their baby's emotional wellbeing and development.

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Bonding with a babe in a sling

"Billy remained, being loved, carried and ‘spoiled’ for six months by our family where his attachment grew. He knew he was adored and that he belonged." The bittersweet experience of providing short-term care for a child.

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