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The Great Debate - From The Bottom Up

We know that nappies come in a wide variety of styles, types, designs, colour and sizes, but the main decision is whether to use washable or disposable to suit your lifestyle.

Consider this: newborn babies may pass urine up to 20 times in 24 hours during the early days, on average going through 6 – 12 nappies a day, using over three billion nappies a year in the UK alone*

And that’s not taking into account that nappies will probably be part of your life for around 2.5 years (although some babies may potty-train before this age and for others it’s later.)

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Let's Talk About Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding can help you build a strong bond with your little one. Your milk contains the perfect balance of nutrients and is the only natural food designed for your baby.

But as natural as it is, breastfeeding isn’t always the easiest thing to get the hang of! Doing some reading up before the birth should help, and then don’t forget your midwife and health visitor will be on hand to answer any queries, or try to overcome any issues you may have.

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What to eat (and avoid) when pregnant

So you’ve discovered you’re pregnant and there is information overload (understatement of the year) about what to do and not to do, not least what you can and can’t now eat.

Here’s the latest advice on what is recommended for you and your baby. Ultimately, whilst there’s no need to go on a special diet (or certainly any diet at all), the key is to ensure you maintain a really healthy diet, and prepare food safely.

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Sleep Well, Sweet Dreams

When pregnant, the ability to sleep can seem impossible, with every position uncomfortable, your back hurting and legs cramping, and that’s all before thinking about best positions to support your growing baby!

So how can you get that precious night’s sleep in pregnancy, when you really need it (bearing in mind once your baby arrives, you will be up constantly for those night time feedings!)

Clearly, sleeping on your stomach isn’t a good idea, and probably highly impracticable after the fifth month of pregnancy.

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Does your child have what it takes to be a model?

As mums, we all know that our little ones are just gorgeous, but what do you do if you think your child has the added extra to become a child model? 

We asked UK Models to tell us a bit more about what to consider when entering a child into modeling.

Submitting Photos to the Agency
You don’t need to spend £100s or £1000s on professional photographs of your child.

Snapshots are fine. Children change so quickly that the photos will become outdated in a matter of months, if not weeks!

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