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What To Expect When New Baby Comes Home
What To Expect When New Baby Comes Home

Congratulations on your new arrival! Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting and rewarding experiences in life. Many first-time, and even experienced, parents may admit that they’re unsure about how to properly care for and ensure the health and wellness of their new baby. read more

Baby Shower Games
Baby Shower Games

You’re pregnant and hopefully somebody else is planning your baby shower, but who’s to say that you can’t help them out by giving your loved ones suggestions on how to make it fun? Here are three of our favourite baby shower games... read more

Diaper Rash
Diaper Rash

Diaper rash referred to as diaper dermatitis, is caused by prolonged exposure to wet or soiled diapers. The urine’s wet consistency causes the skin to be tender and become irritated or inflamed. Diaper rash can occur with snug fitting diapers, either disposable or cloth. While most babies develop diaper rash at some time especially during the first 10 months, the rash occurs less often in breastfed babies. Fortunately, diaper rash is usually not a serious problem. read more

Are You Planning A Babymoon?
Are You Planning A Babymoon?

It’s a pretty common practice for newly married couples to splurge on a honeymoon. What better way is there to celebrate your nuptials than to go somewhere fabulous where you can leave the stress of planning your wedding behind you and just bask in your love?

Let me present to you the babymoon. What is a babymoon you ask? Well, it is sort of the opposite of a honeymoon. It’s a time when you should take a holiday to enjoy yourself with your partner before your baby is born. read more

Massaging Baby's Back
Massaging Baby's Back

The back routine is very comforting and is a favourite amongst infants and toddlers alike. This is an excellent way to introduce a short amount of “tummy time” that is important for infant development while also benefiting from the calming effects that a back massage offers. read more

How I Found My Parenting Village
How I Found My Parenting Village

It’s one thing to want to have a baby. It’s quite another thing to become a parent. I learned that lesson the hard way within weeks of giving birth to my first child. Julie was everything I had dreamed of and so much more: a picture-perfect newborn who also happened to be colicky. read more

Colic & Crying
Colic & Crying

Traditionally, colic is defined as continual or persistent crying without any apparent reason, typically lasting more than three hours per day, more than three days per week for at least three weeks. read more