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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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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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What Toys Should I Give My Baby

28/04/2021 9:36 PM

When thinking about the kinds of toys to give your baby, consider the following:

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When bringing your child along for a car ride, keeping them safe and comfortable is a priority. A reliable car seat can help bring you peace of mind and let you focus on the road. Think about the following when buckling up your little one:

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Pram and Stroller Safety

28/04/2021 3:01 PM

When it comes to choosing the right pram or stroller for your family, you will likely be considering your baby’s safety and comfort, as well as how the pram manoeuvrers through terrains like grass and pavement. 

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As a parent working from home, you may feel like you need to be many people at once: Loving parent, Productive employee, Supportive partner. This can be tricky to navigate, but with time management, communication, and planning, you can find a way to wear all your hats, at least at times. Here are some tips for working from home and still supporting your partner while they're on primary caregiver duty. 

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Babyproofing Your Home

16/04/2021 3:03 PM

Babies’ movements are quite limited – most children take around eight months to begin crawling. So, really, you will be infant-proofing your home. Proofing can be postponed for the first few months of life until your little one can explore and move around on their own. Consider whether you’d rather put in this effort during pregnancy or while caring for a newborn. If you start thinking about it early in pregnancy, you can slowly chip away at the task. 

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