Expectant dad Frank Skinner chooses “love over fear”|
By Anna Lewis on 17/02/2012 in Celebrity
Former alcoholic Frank Skinner reveals his feelings on becoming a first-time dad at 55
’s got lots to teach me.”At least Frank's not one of these celeb blokes who can't stop procreating.Read more…Find out which scruffy rocker has a newborn babyRod Stewart’s baby food demandsDo dads need to be more involved during pregnancy and birth?
Lisa Faulkner ‘I didn’t need to give birth to be a mum’|
By Anna Lewis on 20/03/2012 in Celebrity
Accepting that she would never be pregnant was the first step to Celebrity Masterchef star Lisa becoming a mum
.”Lisa and Chris adopted daughter Billie when she was 15-months-old in 2008, and Lisa’s been teaching the 5-year-old to cook, which is something she loved to do with her own mum before she passed away.“I can see little bits of my personality in Billie,” Lisa says
Baby and toddler safety when out and about|
By Maria Muennich on 27/06/2008 in Baby health and safety
Simple safety tips for keeping your baby safe and stopping you becoming a bundle of frayed nerves when out and about
tries to slip out of her safety straps. You can adjust the straps to keep her more securely in place as well as teaching her that she needs to stay in her seat belt when driving in the car, just as mummy and daddy do.Safety note: It's important for your
Enter our Easter Competition with Sign and Smile!|
By ThinkBaby on 13/04/2006 in News
Win Baby Signing CD-Roms this Easter with ThinkBaby and Sign and Smile!
form of communication that allows babies and toddlers, six months old or older to communicate before they develop the ability to communicate verbally.The advantages of teaching your child how to sign are numerous. It allows your child to tell you when
Numberjacks launch on DVD|
By Laura Lee Davies on 23/04/2007 in Products
CBeebies' much-loved new children's show Numberjacks launches its first ever DVD.
is intended to be fun, with numeracy learning as an added bonus.Creator Chris Ellis's own background is in teaching language and literature, but he has found that making the series throws up some intriguing aspects to making good children's television
DVD review: Developmental Massage|
By Laura Lee Davies on 12/08/2007 in Products
Renowned baby massage expert Peter Walker releases his latest DVD to introduce parents to the techniques and the developmental values of baby massage.
+pContact:www.thebabyswebsite.comYou might already know all about baby massage and its benefits, and you might have heard of Peter Walker, one of its most enthusiastic advocates, who teaches around the world on the subject.We have reviewed many of Peter Walker's works on ThinkBaby before
Pregnancy yoga – why it’s good for you|
By Kimberley Smith on 15/02/2012 in Pregnancy & you
Yoga instructor Nadia Narain explains why pregnancy is the perfect time to start prasticing yoga
Why bother with pregnancy yoga?Yoga has so much to offer mums-to-be. It’s a great way to stay physically active without putting a strain on your changing body.“Yoga teaches you how to breath, keeps you supple and helps strengthen muscles and support
Full time student in 2nd year|
By frecklegem on 02/04/2008 in forum
Juggling a degree and a first pregnancy
, just after i had started my 3rd yr of a primary eduation degree. Ive managed to carry on, but its been rather stressfull, especially with having teaching prac during my 1st trimester. I could have deferred for a cpl of yrs, but i decided it was best
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!
cries or screams, try to reassure your dog that this is just normal and if they bark then try to teach them to be quiet and reward them heavily when they obey you - this way your dog will associate pleasant experiences with the baby.If your dog is a bit
By christine matthews on 12/04/2007 in forum
. I use BSL as its an actual language but there are baby signing products using Makaton too. Havnt looked for a class yet as im only 18 wks preg, but signing is something id definitely be interested in teaching my baby. From your posts it seems like a