Want to boost your baby’s speech and language development? Pat your bump, talk to it and sing to it at every opportunity, says Nicola Lathey, leading speech and language specialist and co-author of Small Talk. She explains…
Congratulations, you’re going to be a dad. Your life is about to change forever and you’re probably on a steep learning curve. I’ve outlined below a few nuggets that I hope you’ll find useful. It’s not always going to be easy as a parent but it is incredibly rewarding. I wish you, your partner and your offspring the very best of luck!
There’s no getting away from it: babies cry! But deciphering what those cries mean can be a tricky business. Hunger? Pain? Tiredness? Our midwife reveals all.
“From the outside my eldest son looks like any other 8 year old boy. What you cannot see are the labels that have been attached to him: Disabled. Special Needs. Autistic.” Over the series of three posts Rachel will be sharing an unflinching journey into ADHD.
I was always worried that should I give birth to a little girl, I would be constantly broke after spending all my money buying her pretty dresses and sparkly things. As it happens, there are so many wonderful boys clothes out there that it was inevitable my wardrobe would look bare whilst my children have clothes bursting from theirs.
Lots of mums complain of feeling tired, sluggish, getting that mid-afternoon slump, in need of caffeine, cake or wanting to crawl back to bed… Sound familiar? Read on for energy-boosting tips and simple diet fixes to put a spring back in your step!
Meet Tiasmum’s Kelly, new Kiddicare blogger on the block. In her first post for us she goes beneath the covers to reveal all about sex after childbirth. Warning: no holds barred!
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