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Bedtime stories? Yes!

Bedtime stories? Yes!

Bedtime stories are one of the most common bedtime routines created by parents for their kids. You also have a favorite bedtime story from your childhood from which you made memories with your folks. That’s a joy you can’t deny your kids. Our lives may be busy to allow us to spend enough time with our kids and provide them with a quality life.
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Milk Allergy? - What You Need to Know

Milk Allergy? - What You Need to Know

Did you know that 2 to 7.5% of infants suffer from a milk protein allergy? The allergic reaction occurs when a baby's immune system responds abnormally to milk or milk products. Usually, cow's milk is the main culprit but milk from other mammals like sheep, buffalo, and goats can also cause milk protein allergies.
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Paternity Leave in Ireland

Paternity Leave in Ireland

Paternity Leave has become more common in Ireland as in other parts of the world. A father or his equivalent should be able to help at home and bond with the newborn or an adopted child during their first weeks of life or placement. Traditionally, only women used to get maternity leaves, but paternity leaves have proven to be beneficial to families.
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Sensory Toys - All you need to know

Sensory Toys - All you need to know

We have all heard of children's sensory needs as this is something that has become a common part of the discussions about children's development here in Ireland. Children explore the world using all five senses and sensory toys are designed to stimulate one or more of that five senses in a safe and fun manner.
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My baby is going to the Crèche!

My baby is going to the Crèche!

The first time you separate from your little one can be tough, sometimes as much for the toddler as for yourself. Getting used to this new situation is usually accompanied by mixed feelings. This article provides information that will make the transitioning easy for both of you.
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Child with dyspraxia? Don't panic, here's what you need to know.

Child with dyspraxia? Don't panic, here's what you need to know.

Dyspraxia refers to a neurological disorder that affects one’s capacity to plan and process their motor skills. People suffering from the condition exhibit difficulty with thought, perception, and language. Contrary to popular belief, dyspraxia has zero impact on an individual’s intelligence, although it makes learning quite challenging for children.
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I want to stop breastfeeding. When and how can I do it without a hustle

I want to stop breastfeeding. When and how can I do it without a hustle

Have you made up your mind about weaning your baby off breast milk? Good for you! After all this is a vital step in the growth and development of your little one. However, it may not be as easy as it sounds.
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Toddler doesn't want to share? That’s ok.

Toddler doesn't want to share? That’s ok.

It is our job as parents to make sure our children are establishing good relations with others based on respect and compassion. At the same time, we should not force a child to do something they feel is unfair. A child should not feel that other children needs are more important than their own rights. As with many things teaching children to share is a game of negotiation between self and others.
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Baby in slings – good idea?

Baby in slings – good idea?

Are you a new mom and looking for baby carrying options? Well, you have lots of options with baby wearing. Baby wraps, slings, and even carriers are your friends. They will help you comfortably carry your baby, both indoors and outdoors, without too much hustle. As a new mum, remember that comfort is key, not only for you but for baby as well. Keep reading to understand all the benefits that come with baby wraps, slings, and carriers.
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Hospital Bag in the Summer - what to pack?

Hospital Bag in the Summer - what to pack?

Is your due date fast approaching and you are still unsure of what to pack into your Hospital Bag? Find below a comprehensive list of what to pack on the way to the hospital.
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Help! my toddler doesn't want to brush his teeth

Help! my toddler doesn't want to brush his teeth

When it comes to brushing their teeth, most children go through a phase where they don’t want to uphold the practice. This phase can be quite stressful to you as a parent because as much as you would like them to adapt to the daily brushing routine you still don’t want to force them. Sometimes, no matter of how much you show and explain they just are not interested.
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Staycation with a newborn - useful tips & tricks

Staycation with a newborn - useful tips & tricks

Summer is just around the corner and you deserve to make the most out of it!
If you are a new mum and are looking forward to spending your first summer vacation with a baby this article is just for you.  We'll give you all the tips you need for a hassle free vacation. If you are planning to travel for the first time this summer, you probably have some concerns on what to pack and how to make it work. Keep reading.
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