Danielle Lloyd brings baby Harry home for Christmas|
By Kimberley Smith on 13/12/2011 in Celebrity
Model’s preemie baby doing well after hospital rush drama
Danielle Lloyd is relieved to be bringing baby Harry home in time for Christmas, after the 4 month old was rushed to hospital with breathing difficulties.Born 10 weeks early, Harry has been a fighter, spending the first weeks of his life
Danielle Lloyd’s fiancé shows off his new daddy football boots|
By Kimberley Smith on 23/08/2011 in Celebrity
Model Danielle Lloyd tweets pic of her present to Jamie O’Hara as they celebrate bringing premature baby Harry home
WAG Danielle Lloyd and her footballer boyfriend Jamie O’Hara are celebrating being able to bring their second son Harry home from the hospital. Little Harry was born 10 weeks prematurely and his parents have been tweeting updates on his progress
Classic FM Music for Babies: Review|
By Sarah Lawson on 18/04/2006 in Products
A double-CD of soothing classical favourites to bring a little peace into your home and lull baby off to sleep.
Classic FM Music For Babies Two CDs of gentle classical music to bring peace to your home. Not much wrong with it unless your baby's strictly post-punk.Price: £11.99Contact:www.classicfm.com.babiesThe concept: Many experts believe that babies
Introducing new babies to old pets|
By Monica Stylli on 03/10/2008 in Newborn health & safety
Bringing home baby is always an exciting time and can be a little daunting, especially if you have existing family members that may not have come across babies and small children before!
Bringing home baby is always an exciting time and can be a little daunting, especially if you have existing family members that may not have come across babies and small children before! If you're about to introduce a new baby to your dog then you
Parents taught to reduce preemie babies’ pain|
By Kimberley Smith on 25/08/2011 in Newborn health & safety
Teaching parents of premature babies to understand and manage their infants’ pain helps them become more confident carers
nurse on how to respond to their child’s pain.Both groups felt similarly about how stressed they believed their babies to be in hospital, and the level of care they received. But once the parents were able to bring their babies home, those who had
It's ThinkBaby Food Week!|
By Laura Lee Davies on 23/10/2006 in News
From pre-conception nutrition to breastfeeding to toddler eating, there's lots to explore on the site this week, and every week!
you some great product reviews. Keep an eye on the home page for the daily issues, and don’t forget that our forums are always open for you to share your ideas, concerns and experiences.ThinkBaby Food Week: October 23 to 30, 2006.
BLISS's booklets for parents of premature babies|
By Laura Lee Davies on 07/09/2006 in Newborn health & safety
The charity supporting the care and wellbeing of premature and sick babies, BLISS, has published three new booklets to help parents understand their role in their child's new life.
, body language and behaviour from birth.‘Going Home’ addresses that big day when parents can finally bring home their child. As a main carer, a new parent feels a real weight of responsibility for such a vulnerable new baby and this booklet helps to ease
Triplets who weighed 5lb in total go home|
By Kimberley Smith on 29/02/2012 in Newborn
Three brothers born at 25 weeks become the most premature triplets to survive in the UK
Three baby boys born 15 weeks early have been celebrated as the most premature triplets ever to survive in Britain. Now at home with their parents, the three are “fighting fit” and doing well.Max, Lucas and Harvey were born in November after just 24
Natural ways to bring on labour|
By Kimberley Smith on 14/10/2010 in Labour & birth
If an induction date is looming you may be tempted to give nature a nudge
in for an induction, you might want to give these natural tricks and hopefully speed up your baby's entrance into the world. All of these will only be effective if you're ready for labour - they won't bring on premature labour. It's nevertheless advisable to discuss
Baby named after the shoe shop where he was born|
By Ellen Wallwork on 21/11/2011 in Baby life
An expectant mother picked up more than she bargained for on a shopping trip for baby booties
When shopping for a new baby, it’s not unusual for mums-to-be to get carried away and bring home bagfuls of goodies. But when expectant mum Michelle Collins went out in search of baby booties, she returned home with rather more than she imagined