Monday December 22nd 2014

Posts Tagged ‘babies’

Dads Anonymous

Dads Anonymous

What’s a chap to do when he finds out he’s pregnant, and all the ruddy guides are written for women, by women? He turns to those in the know, the men on the front lines. Dads Anonymous is a series of insight by dads into what this whole thing is all about, [Read More]

I hear you! Auditory development in babies

I hear you! Auditory development in babies

YOUR child is wired to the world through her ears – delicate, complex structures which filter and interpret a symphony of sounds and vibrations. Auditory health is strongly linked to good language and speech development and even a very mild hearing loss can affect her [Read More]

Baby and toddler milestones – what to expect

Baby and toddler milestones – what to expect

IS THERE SOMETHING WRONG WITH MY BABY? A guide to normal development and how to pick up potential problems by Beth Cooper Milestones are a double-edged sword for parents. If your child isn’t lifting her head or rolling over when her little friends are, should you panic or [Read More]

Potty ‘training’ 101

Potty ‘training’ 101

If we’re using nappies on our babies and toddlers, then at some point, we’re going to want to swap to toilets instead. Here’s how. Never force your toddler to do potty training. Most parents eagerly anticipate the day because it means an end to changing [Read More]

Nappy-free babies? Elimination Communication is the key

Nappy-free babies? Elimination Communication is the key

Trendy toilet training or practical parenting? When four-month-old Liam feels the urge to go, his mother is one step ahead of him. She simply pops him on the potty, where he makes a deposit in a matter of seconds. The difference between Liam and other babies his age is that [Read More]

Vital Baby spoons – love this one!

Vital Baby spoons – love this one!

Soft tip feeding spoons First time that I have seen these feeding spoons and I think they are fantastic! I always struggled with the spoons I used as they were too big or too deep. I’d end up with too much food on the spoon or battling to remove the food off the spoon [Read More]

Foods for Fertility

Foods for Fertility

Preparing for a healthy conception and pregnancy takes place in many ways. Diet is important if you’re planning on becoming a parent, so nurture yourself with the right foods to boost fertility and promote a fit, healthy body. [Read More]

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New Lindt chocolate super-sweet, baby

New Lindt chocolate super-sweet, baby

TERRY COOPER reviews two new flavours from chocolate masters Lindt. I usually choose a chocolate with a soft filling, [Read More]

A Big Issue : non-profit street mag may crash and burn

A Big Issue : non-profit street mag may crash and burn

Proudly South African non-profit magazine, The Big Issue, is facing a funding crisis. You’ve heard it all before, [Read More]

Luscious Lips with Dr 90210!

Luscious Lips with Dr 90210!

Pharmacist, mom and businesswoman EZNA J KENNEDY reviews Dr.Robert Rey Sensual Solutions ‘Lip Correct’ [Read More]

Single on V-Day? Try a little me, myself and US time!

Single on V-Day? Try a little me, myself and US time!

We received a presser from Pure Romance, which hosts fabby parties for singletons. No matter where you are in the [Read More]

Pumba : a lodge for all reasons

Pumba : a lodge for all reasons

Pumba Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape, South Africa, is one of the finest in the world. Bruce Cooper tells it like it [Read More]

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