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Baby's First Holiday

The holiday season is now underway, and you may be looking forward to some time away together as a family. Whether you are planning your first family trip abroad, a UK trip or a staycation, here are a few tips on what to take and how to keep your baby safe and comfortable while travelling.

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National Child Safety Week

This week is National Child Safety Week and it is run by the Child Accident and Prevention Trust to highlight the hidden dangers around the home. This year the focus is on Family life today: where’s the risk? It has been designed to highlight the new dangers facing families in our modern society and offer simple solutions to help keep our children safe.

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Allergies in babies

This week is World Allergy Week and unfortunately, allergies can affect both adults and children alike. According to Allergy UK a staggering 44% of adults in the UK are affected by one or more allergic reactions. Allergies affect babies and children too and it can be worrying for a parent to witness an allergic reaction. The symptoms can present themselves in several ways and it can be difficult at times to identify what it is causing the allergy. Depending on the allergy, symptoms can include sickness and diarrhoea, itchy eyes or throat, red rash and swollen lips and eyes.

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Recording Baby’s Milestones

Your tiny bundle of joy has arrived, and you are in a haze of baby bliss and exhaustion. Your little one is literally transforming before your eyes and although some nights may seem like they last for ever – in reality, the newborn stage is so quick that you want to capture every single moment. We take a look at the best ways to mark your baby’s milestones so you can treasure the memories forever.

Make a scrapbook / baby book

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'Baby' Friends

Your long awaited baby has arrived, you’ve been inundated with cards, gifts and non-stop visitors and then things start to calm down. You start to adjust to life as a new mum, but things are very different to how they were. You’re most likely on maternity leave, your sleep has definitely been interupted and when you feel like a chat or a catch-up with your friends, they are either at work or can only meet in the evenings when all you want to do is grab an early night and hope you get a few hours sleep before the first feed – things have definitely changed!

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