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What does headbanging look like?

Your child may:

  • Bang their head repeatedly against their pillow, mattress or wall of the cot.
  • Move their head side to side while lying down.
  • An older child may get on all fours and rock back and forth to bang their head.
  • Headbanging may be accompanied by humming, singing or some other noise.
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Posted in Toddler Infants By Baby Bunting

Your little one’s brain is still developing, and building relationships takes a lot of brainpower! Sometimes they can only focus on one relationship at a time, and it may be a matter of ‘waiting your turn’. Your child will also learn from routines, so if one parent is responsible for the majority of the caring, this could influence the dynamic between the child and each parent.

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Posted in Toddler Infants Parents and caregivers By Baby Bunting

Once your little one can grab things, you’ll notice that anything and everything may end up in their mouths! Be mindful that anything smaller than a D size battery, or smaller than the circumference of a 20c coin can become lodged in the windpipe. Reduce choking hazards around the home by considering the following:

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Posted in Toddler Newborn Infants By Baby Bunting

Hyponatraemia, also known as ‘water intoxication’ is a condition that occurs in adults and infants when too much water is consumed without enough nutrients.

This condition occurs more quickly in infants than in adults, due to babies’ underdeveloped kidneys. Too much water can dilute the body’s sodium levels, which in severe cases can lead to seizures, headaches, brain damage or death. But don’t worry! Water intoxication is rare and easy to avoid.

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Cleaning Your Baby's Nursery

27/09/2021 4:23 PM

While it's true that exposure to germs can build children's immune systems, this doesn't apply until they're a bit older. It's still very important to keep your newborn's environment hygienic and clean. Here are some tips for cleaning in a safe and effective way.

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Posted in Newborn Infants By Baby Bunting

Your child begins to absorb vocabulary words and understand conversation skills well before they start talking. So how can you help equip your little one with verbal skills while they’re young?

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Posted in Toddler Infants By Baby Bunting

Sun safety is important for every Australian, so you can start developing safe sun habits with your little one from day one! Read on for tips to help keep your toddler cool and sunburn free, plus advice for how to help their sensitive skin if they do get too much sun.

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Separation anxiety is a normal part of development. It involves a child becoming distressed when they are separated from their primary carer. Part of this is instinctual – if babies weren't nervous about being apart from their caregiver, they may crawl or walk away into unsupervised situations. 

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Sensory processing disorder (SPD) is a condition that involves hypersensitivity (oversensitivity) or hyposensitivity (under sensitivity) to sensory stimuli. In other words, someone with SPD can have very strong or very minor reactions to sounds, smells, sights, tastes, touch, or the way things feel physically.

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Your baby is developing language skills well before they learn to speak or read. Here are the benefits of reading to your infant often and from an early age. 

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