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Once you become a parent, your life is likely to revolve around your little one. Their wellbeing is your priority now – your schedule will probably change to suit them, and they’re probably on your mind 24/7. 

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Posted in Parents and caregivers By Baby Bunting

You'll notice your body changing in all sorts of wonderful ways as you produce hormones to make a new life! Body changes can feel good and bad. Seeing evidence of your little one growing is exciting and will feel like a small price to pay at times. Seeing your body become something you don't recognize can also be challenging, and it's normal to be upset by this. 

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During pregnancy, hormones shift and the volume of blood moving through your body increases – headaches are to be expected. Pregnancy headaches won't harm your baby, but that doesn't make them any more fun to experience. If your headaches are particularly frequent or accompanied by other symptoms such as heartburn, rib pain, or swelling of the hands, feet, or face, visit your doctor. 

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How To Soothe A Crying Baby

5/02/2021 1:56 PM

Crying is naturally how babies communicate. But, when you’re overwhelmed and sleep-deprived, your little one’s tears can be hard to manage, especially when you can’t identify the reason for their fussiness. Over time, you may be able to recognize cues as to why your baby is crying. Here are some of the most common reasons babies cry.

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Posted in Infants By Baby Bunting

What is Pre-eclampsia?

5/02/2021 1:09 PM

Knowing about potential health issues during pregnancy and their early symptoms can be a good preventative measure, though it can be confronting. Being a parent means looking out for your family’s health (including yours), so think of understanding warning signs of pregnancy complications as good parenting! Don’t worry – you may not experience complications, but it is helpful to know how to spot them.

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‘Cradle cap’ is what we call a type of dermatitis that results in flakes or ‘scales’ on your baby’s scalp. Flaking is a result of oil gland inflammation and the overproduction of a slightly greasy substance called sebum. Sebum serves to ‘waterproof’ our scalps and keeps skin moisturized. Too much sebum can cause pimples and acne throughout puberty and adulthood. 

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Posted in Newborn By Baby Bunting

Toilet training can be an exciting new step for your little one, but learning to use the potty can also come with its challenges. Whether you want to start toilet training with a potty or toilet is up to you. Factors that might influence your decision are the height and developmental stage of your child. 

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Toilet training should start when your child begins showing signs of being ready to use the toilet. This is often around 18 months to 2 years of age, though not always. It’s important to work with your child’s individual developmental pace when it comes to toilet training. 

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After becoming a parent, returning to work can be both exciting and a little nerve-racking. The workplace brings with it opportunities for social interaction, adult conversation, and career growth, which are some much-needed benefits for many new parents. However, from logistical measures to your emotional health, this transition can also bring about some worries and concerns. Here are our top tips to help you plan for a successful transition back to work.

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Posted in Parents and caregivers By Baby Bunting

Footwear can be fun. Dressing your little one in a new pair of tiny booties for the first time will probably bring you a brand new type of joy. But, when it comes to footwear for kids who are walking, it’s important to remember that support needs to trump fashion. Your child won’t need footwear for support until they’ve been walking for a little while.

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Posted in Infants By Baby Bunting
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