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Baby, it’s cold outside

When dressing your baby for winter outings, layers are your friend. As a rule of thumb, they should be wearing one more layer than you, as it is harder for them to regulate their temperature.

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10 Great Baby Photo Opportunities

31/05/2021 10:20 AM

It might seem impossible now, but one day your baby will be all grown up! Photos can help you remember exactly what their tiny little noses looked like, or how much food used to end up on their face instead of in their mouth. Sharing photos of your baby with them when they’re older is also a lovely chance to reminisce and connect as a family. 

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Bring out the half-birthday cake (for you, not them), because your little one is midway through their very first year! You’ve given your baby a good start (major props!), and they’re well on their way to exciting new steps like rolling and sitting up. So, what does your baby’s development look like at six months? Here’s what to expect and how you can help them grow at this early yet crucial stage!

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Your little one’s first steps are one of their most exciting milestones! Whether they’re toddling steadily around the playroom or hurrying through the house, watching those little legs fly is often one of the highlights of early parenthood. So, when do babies begin to walk? And what can you do to support their physical development?

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Tummy time refers to the time your little one spends on their stomach while awake and supervised. It’s an essential part of your baby’s physical development and helps set them up for other important milestones, such as crawling, sitting upright and rolling over. When introducing your little one to tummy time, here’s what you need to know.

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Returning home from birth

8/07/2020 12:14 PM

Coming home with your baby for the first time is an exciting and challenging time. Your lifestyle and sleeping patterns will change drastically, and you will need to manage the effects that birth has had on your body.Read More
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Child and family health nurses support parents during the early years of their child’s life. They are involved face-to-face with families and provide a range of critical services and support; new parents in particular may find their support invaluable.Read More
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Raising a family outside one of the big Australian cities can be a rewarding experience. When compared to urban areas, rural and remote areas offer significantly more opportunities for an outdoor lifestyle, physical activity and shared family time. However, raising a family within a rural or remote area does come with a set of particular challenges, and these must be acknowledged and mitigated to ensure overall family welfare.Read More
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Checklist: the nursery

28/01/2019 12:00 AM

When it comes to introducing a newborn into the home, it certainly pays to be prepared. Make the transition easier for you and your family by using this checklist to fully prepare your bedroom or nursery.Read More
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Yes, it is extremely likely your doctor will encourage you to maintain or even increase your exercise while pregnant. Unfortunately, up to three quarters of women don’t get enough exercise while pregnant – it’s time to bust some myths.Read More
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