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How To Find Affordable Baby And Toddler Stuff And Help A Good Cause Too

The rising cost of living and tough economic climate mean many families are having to tighten their belts. NCT Nearly New Sales are a haven for cash-strapped parents, offering a brilliant alternative to trawling the high street for pricey baby products Becoming a parent is exciting, but it can be an expensive time too. At … Continue reading

Call For Mums To Support Tommy’s With Pram Walk

Register now for a Baby Race, where Mums and Dads take to the streets to power-walk or run with their prams in aid of Tommy’s! Races will be taking place in Windsor, Cheltenham, Northwich, and Cardiff throughout September. To find out more about the events and register for one near you, visit http://www.tommys.org/babyrace

Child Safety Week – Top Tips from Boots

BABY-PROOF YOUR HOME WITH BOOTS Boots Parenting Club Pharmacist Angela Chalmers says: “We often worry about dangers outside of the home but forget about the hidden dangers in our homes. Children up to four years old are most likely to have home accidents which may include: falls from heights, burns and scalds, drowning in the … Continue reading

How To Get Your Baby To Sleep

Getting your baby to sleep can be a lot of work, and it can be even harder when you are sleep-deprived and exhausted. Top tips for parents of newborns Keep your expectations realistic. Plan for unpredictable, sporadic sleep for your baby – and therefore you – in the first few months. Don’t try to sleep … Continue reading

Do you need advice about your baby?

Dr Carol Cooper, the HUGGIES baby expert is joining forces with Celebrating Mums. Dr Carol can offer advice and support on a range of topics including child and family medicine, twins, higher multiple births and nurturing Please email any questions for Dr Carol to celebratingmums@live.co.uk or dm @celebratingmums via Twitter by 16th June 2011. We … Continue reading

Keeping families safe in the sun – Top Tips

· Children and babies need extra protection because their skin is more delicate, especially if they have red hair, pale eyes or freckles. It’s best to use a water resistant sunscreen with an SPF of 30 to 50, and keep babies under six months out of direct sunlight completely · The nearer the equator you … Continue reading

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