Having a baby in hot weather|
By Laura Lee Davies on 29/06/2008 in Labour & birth
When the heat is on, you might think the last thing you want to do is give birth! Here are a few ideas and tips for staying cool.
anaesthetic, they will not be able to operate until food and drink has passed through your stomach. (There is an outside danger of you choking whilst under anaesthetic, if your stomach has anything in it. Hence, they may need to wait four to eight hours
BTHA launches online toy safety guide for parents|
By Monica Stylli on 14/09/2007 in Products
Find out what’s safe and what’s not at this new online resource.
If buying a toy that does not have a Lion Mark, check for loose fur, securely sewn seams, sharp or rough edges, loose eyes and noses and small parts that may cause chokingAlways consider the home environment, as those toys bought for older children may
Tamzin Outhwaite announces her pregnancy|
By Anna Lewis on 20/03/2012 in Celebrity
Ex-EastEnders actress Tamzin has revealed on Twitter that she’s expecting baby number two
presenter Sarah Cawood said: “@mouthwaite yay! Mumtastic! Can we please be yummy Crouchy mummies?;)! Xxx congrats to you, Tom and Florence xxx”Read more…Amanda Holden’s baby steals the spotlightMyleene Klass saves baby Hero from chokingPreparing your child
Amanda Holden’s baby Hollie steals the spotlight during photoshoot|
By Anna Lewis on 19/03/2012 in Celebrity
It’s take your baby to work day as 7-week-old Hollie accompanies Britain's Got Talent star Amanda on a photoshoot
How to introduce lumps|
By joanne Lumsden on 11/10/2012 in Feeding a 7-9 months baby
Mastering lumpy food is essential for your baby's development. Here's how to make the transition go smoothly
gags; it can be frightening to watch, but gagging is actually a safety mechanism that clears food from the back of the throat so your baby doesn’t choke.If she hates it…Be patient! This stage takes time. Some babies prefer to have their lumpy food
Cow & Gate Comfort Milk|
By Chrissy Jayne on 16/10/2008 in forum
to bring up a watery liquid, quite a bit of it and has been gagging/choking on it? has anyone else's baby done this whilst on this milk, i now dont know what to feed her for the best the milk that she is sick on or this comfort that she is gaging/choking
Top superfoods for babies|
By Cheryl Freedman on 24/09/2012 in First steps to weaning
The following all pack a punch when it comes to essential nutrients, so include them in your baby's diet if you can
’s found in high quantities in processed foods, and can damage your child’s kidneys.Remember to check for pips before you offer oranges to a baby or toddler, and to chop up slithery segments so they aren't a choking hazard. While you can give oranges from 6
Review: First Aid for Babies & Children|
By Sarah Lawson on 04/05/2006 in Baby Reviews
A useful reference book about first aid, treatments for injuries and illness, immunisation and more.
as that will scare you about conditions or injuries your child will probably never have! However, it's good to have something simple and clear to follow should your child have a fall, choke on something or be exposed to too much heat or cold, for example
Healthy Children's Weight Gain|
By Laura Lee Davies on 17/09/2008 in Your toddler
NHS Choices have set up an easy-to-use online system to show parents if their kids are overweight, and to give advice on healthy eating
on feeding toddlers and children. Here are some of the key articles:Food colourings and children's dietNutrition for your toddlerChoking hazards for toddlersYour child's five a day Getting your toddler to try new foodsCalcium and childrenVitamin A Vitamins B1
Baby buys – what should be brand new?|
By ThinkBaby on 24/01/2008 in What to buy - pregnancy
Having a baby can lead to many costly buys, but there are things you can buy or get passed on secondhand. For safety reasons, what items should be brand new?
may be sharp or have small pieces that can be choked on, due to being broken or worn out.For more information and advice, visit the website of the Baby Products Association.For more about safe car travel, check out www.carseats.org.uk.