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Baby Development – 0-4 weeks

The science of human breast milk

Human breast milk contains thousands of different molecules, microbes and cells, which work together to provide the human baby with all the tools necessary to grow and develop normally. Many components of breast milk are still to be discovered, and the [...]

By | January 31st, 2017|Breastfeeding, New Mum New Baby, Newborn and Baby, NHSVideo-baby, Video|

Recognising the signs of post natal depression

Recognising the signs of post natal depression is not easy, but the signs are there if you know what to look for. It is often said by women after having a baby that there is a “secret conspiracy” by other [...]

By | December 22nd, 2016|New Mum New Baby, NHSVideo-baby, Video|

Do the baby books really help?

As a new mum you will have lots of questions, but not always getting the answers you perhaps want or need.  There are many baby books online or in the book stores that will make your head swim, and which [...]

By | November 28th, 2016|Breastfeeding, New Mum New Baby, Newborn and Baby, NHSVideo-baby, Video|

All babies sleep through the night…

Should newborn babies sleep through the night? Oh yes, the dreaded sleep deprivation question.  If your baby does sleep through the night and you manage to get a good few hours a night, you may well get some jealous looks from [...]

By | November 28th, 2016|Breastfeeding, New Mum New Baby, Newborn and Baby, NHSVideo-baby, Video|

Helping a breastfeeding mum

How can you help support a breastfeeding mum?.... A good baby is a perception held by our society that babies should act in a certain way. Some baby care books take advantage of this by suggesting parents should encourage babies [...]

By | November 28th, 2016|Breastfeeding, New Mum New Baby, Newborn and Baby, NHSVideo-baby, Video|

Surviving Baby’s First Christmas

Kim Morgan is Managing Director of Barefoot Coaching Ltd and one of the UK's most successful business and personal coaches. Kim has over 25 years' experience in psychology and people development and has dedicated much of her career to working [...]

By | November 9th, 2016|Celebrations, Christmas, New Mum New Baby, Newborn and Baby|

Taking your newborn baby home

What do you need to take your baby home? You will need a rear facing fitted car seat and don't forget your red book and discharge papers. For more videos, take a look at our Video Wall!

By | September 21st, 2016|New Mum New Baby, Newborn and Baby, NHSVideo-baby, Video|

Skin to skin contact with your newborn

You and your baby will benefit greatly from skin-to-skin contact. Watch the guidance from unicef's Baby Friendly Initiative for all babies and how both mum and dad will benefit from going skin-to-skin with their newborn baby. For more videos, visit [...]

By | September 20th, 2016|New Mum New Baby, Newborn and Baby, NHSVideo-baby, Video|

Reducing the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

For most parents, there are two overwhelming emotions that we feel the moment we have that very first cuddle with our newborn: love, and fear.  After 9 anxious months hoping for a healthy pregnancy, a straightforward birth and a healthy [...]

After childbirth: having sex again

You've just had a baby, so it really shouldn’t be surprising if sex isn’t the first thing on your mind! You’re probably exhausted and not to mention still a bit sore.  It is estimated that up to 90% of first-time [...]

By | August 3rd, 2016|Breastfeeding, New Mum New Baby, Newborn and Baby|