Skincare for Babies: 7 Tips to Keep Your Newborn’s Skin Healthy

As a parent, there’s nothing quite like touching the soft, delicate skin of your newborn. There’s also nothing like a cranky baby irritated by cradle cap, diaper rash, or any other skin condition. While all babies are perfect, their skin may not be. A newborn’s skin is very sensitive, and so is their immune system. As such, otherwise harmless fragrances, dyes in clothing, detergents, and even baby products can cause skin irritation, rashes, chaffing, and excessive dryness. Fortunately, there’s a … Read More

The Role of the Health Visitor in Supporting Parents

Becoming a parent is one of the most joyful moments you can experience in your life; however, parenting also brings additional demands and pressures. No matter how prepared you may be the first few months of a newborn’s life could be very draining for parents. Caring for and being responsible for a new life, for some parents brings with it anxieties regarding their child’s health and well-being. During pregnancy and labour, midwives specialising in normal pregnancy and birth, look after … Read More

10 Top Ideas For Designing A Nursery

While your baby might not have an opinion on the style of their nursery, you want the room to be functional and attractive. Especially if you want the nursery to be in-keeping with the rest of your home. Not to mention this is going to be their first bedroom and as they grow, they’ll become more aware of their surroundings. Whether you’re an expectant parent or you’re moving into a new home, designing a nursery is an important and exciting … Read More

Baby Shaking Head Side to Side: Is It Autism? | Causes, Remedies & When to Worry | Autism Symptoms

Babies develop much faster during the first twelve months than any other stage in life. During this period of developmental milestones, your child will double his or her weight, start rolling over, put his legs ups, and make raspberry sounds. However, with baby shaking head, it might be an indication that something is wrong and you need to pay closer attention. Babies start shaking their heads when they are as little as one month old and, as they continue to … Read More