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Rear facing pram please help!|
By Nikki Jewell on 05/03/2007 in forum
your son is learning or are you teaching him sign language?Louise xx Sorry to intrude but I too have a mamas and papas pram and would highly recommend them as although my daughter thankfully is well I like to be able to talk to her when we are out
Baby proofing the house|
By Babydust, Harrison (Oct 08) & Sofie (Aug 10) on 22/05/2012 in forum
Now baby's on the move!
obviously, but other things like ornaments you can put bluetack underneath so that they aren't easily knocked off shelves. Maybe move irreplacable stuff, but other nick naks I'd leave so that you can teach your kids not to touch. I'm not saying it's been
Breastfeeding in public: top tips|
By Maria on 25/01/2012 in forum
Thumbs up and down for feeding locations
issue I had was all these strangers coming up to chat and look at my beautiful "sleeping" baby...! with my first baby i only managed to breastfeed for a few weeks,due to improper teachings i wasnt doing it right it hurt so i stopped.so with my second i
By Gem P on 12/10/2009 in forum
Has anyone gone back to college to retrain?
just had hers!! so having another baby will fit in with your plans absolutley fine Im sure, changing careers can be so scary!!I teach adults students at our local college to be florists and we have all sorts of ages on the part time courses if you
Original Baby Girl's Names - any ideas?|
By Frisbee on 08/09/2007 in forum
't actually like this one, but I did teach a child called Freedom who was born on the day her Dad got out of prison...!!!!)* Oceana (stunning girl, the name suited her)* Sachia (this is one we're not sure if we made up or not, but we quite like it!).* Briony
1st time pregnant and really worried|
By Michelle Long on 15/09/2006 in forum
teacher who knows about and can teach pregnant mums to be). It stopped my mind worrying so much and allowed me to just feel my body and allow what was happening. I was given a date scan at 8 weeks as I didn't know my last period date (ha ha - how
Sleep training real experiences: Part two|
By Maria Muennich on 14/11/2007 in Baby health and safety
Contentedly going to sleep alone and sleeping through the night?
on the breast for sleeping, in our second installment Maria tries to teach her son to (happily) go to sleep on his own. Why sleep train?There were two reasons for getting our 12-month-old to sleep without needing us with him. Firstly because if he had us
Baby development: Your twenty-month-old|
By ThinkBaby on 20/09/2007 in Your baby and you
like to stir an empty saucepan or bowl with a wooden spoon. You'll notice that much of this pretend play involves her imitating what you do, showing how much she's learned - perhaps even a couple of things you didn't intend to teach her - but she
Are you a green parent?|
By Debra Stottor on 25/02/2009 in Your baby and you
Are you doing enough to save your child's planet? Try our simple questionnaire and find out!
ways of ensuring this is to look for the Fairtrade mark , and you’ll find it on food and clothing. For more about what the label means, click here [link].Mostly CsWhat can we say? You’re fully genned up on all things green and could probably teach us a
What does the future hold for your baby-to-be?|
By Celia Morgan on 05/01/2010 in Pregnancy & you
Discover what your unborn baby's horoscope reveals about the secrets of his or her personality...
June 22 – July 22Home is where the heart is for Cancerian babies and his loving nature will rub off on your whole family. He may be a little clingy and over-protective so teach him independence and confidence. Don’t be surprised by his frequent change
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