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    Crawling

    Crawling

    Somewhere between 6 and 8 months, babies become hugely curious about the world around them. So curious, in fact, that it spurs them on to move by themselves to explore it.

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    What you need to know about breastfeeding

    What you need to know about breastfeeding

    I was fortunate enough to get ‘The Baby Lady’ Samantha Crompton on episode 7 of The Easy Baby Podcast to talk about the big myths surrounding breastfeeding. The biggest secret to breastfeeding according to Sam is: “Manage your expectations and do it one step at a time.”

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    How To Deal With Colic

    How To Deal With Colic

    Let’s be honest, nothing prepares you for Colic. It comes out of the blue, it can be terrifying and very upsetting for the whole family. All the books seem to contradict each other and everyone has advice for you which, even though it comes from a good place…

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    What is Colic?

    What is Colic?

    It is estimated that 15 – 25% of families with babies deal with colic. I say families on purpose because the effects of a colic baby can be as devastating for the rest of the household and have a lasting effect on the family dynamic way after the crying stops.

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    How to help your crying baby

    How to help your crying baby

    Brand new babies have no reference as to what it is to be too hot, too cold or what hunger feels like, let alone how to fix it. They reflexively let go the crying signal when they become uncomfortable but they need to ‘Borrow your Brain’ in order to figure out what their specific needs are and how to fix them

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    Why do babies cry?

    Why do babies cry?

    There are not many noises that have the ability to send you flying into action more than the sound of a baby crying.

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    Umhlanga Mobile Clinic reviewed

    Umhlanga Mobile Clinic reviewed

    We all know the importance of vaccinating our children and it has been proven over and over again that it is the responsible thing to do. When the vaccines are costly and required every month when a baby is born, it can be very difficult for new parents to do the right thing. Government clinics are often the only answer

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    Trust your instincts as parents

    Trust your instincts as parents

    Like any mum I worry about my kids. And after the year that I’ve been through with my little one, I’ve learnt that parent’s should always trust their instincts!

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