Category “Oh Baby!”

How to Recognise Sleep Signs

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It's not always obvious when a child is getting tired. Here's how to recognise sleep signs for babies so you can get your baby to bed before they become overtired!

Are you struggling to keep your little one awake through their bedtime routine?

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The number one step in teaching your little one good sleep habits is keeping them awake through their feeds to go down into the cot awake and to settle themselves.

Is Crawling Important?

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Many mums ask me, does my child need to have crawled? As long as they walk, that is most important right?

Abdominal Separation

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Abdominal separation (Diastasis Recti) in pregnancy is a very common condition, due to so much pressure on the belly that sometimes the muscles in front can’t keep their shape.

Five tips to help you get out of the house on time with twins, triplets and more!

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Remember those days pre-kids when you decided to go out at the last minute. All you had to do is check you have your phone, keys, wallet and sunglasses. You could literally be out of the house in three minutes.

And then you had twins, triplets or more!

Five practical tips for parents of twins, triplets and more!

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Congratulations, and welcome to the “multiverse”. Having twins or triplets is truly amazing. And yes, while there will be some tough times, the multiple giggles, kisses and other multi-moments you experience along the way will outweigh the tough times.

Did you know that there are two types of twins?

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Twins can either be identical (monozygotic), meaning they develop from a single fertilised egg which splits and forms two embryos or they can be fraternal (dizygotic) which means that each embryo has developed from a separate egg and separate sperm.

There were 4,497 sets of twins born in Australia in 2016. Approximately one-third of twins are identical and the remaining two-thirds are fraternal twins.

Why is Tummy Time Important?

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From the minute our babies are born we hear the words “how much tummy time has little Billy done” and we often look at the floor and feel the guilt knowing that little Billy hates tummy time and has spent minimal time on his tummy.

So why is tummy time important?

What is Mastitis?

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Mastitis is not nice to have, but there are some things to look out for to hopefully prevent it. Move for Better Health in Adelaide has some good advice.

Exercise After Pregnancy

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Exercising is not just about getting your body back into shape after pregnancy. It's good for well-being, it's a great way to meet other mums and it's a good incentive to get out and about with your baby.

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