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Playing with Your Baby

Baby play is all about back-and-forth interactions with you. And when you interact with your baby during play, you give your baby important information for understanding the world. Also, playing with your baby builds your relationship and sends a simple but powerful message – you are important to me. This message is key to helping your baby learn about who they are and where

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Managing Own Emotions as Parents to Young Children

Managing strong, negative emotions is surely much easier said than done. But it’s worth the effort, because the payoff is huge, for you and your child. Here are 3 helpful guiding principles and strategies: Feelings are not right or wrong. It is what you do with your feelings that can be helpful or hurtful. What’s most important is that you tune in to and

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Should my child attend infant care?

As new parents, we are often overshadowed by guilt of leaving our little one in the arms of a new caregiver for the first time. All of these feelings are incredibly normal and to be expected.  The advantages of infant care have been researched extensively and found to have positive implications that extend far beyond a child’s day-to-day happiness. With the love for play,

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Managing Own Emotions as Parents to Young Children

Managing strong, negative emotions is surely much easier said than done. But it’s worth the effort, because the payoff is huge, for you and your child. Here are 3 helpful guiding principles and strategies: Feelings are not right or wrong. It is what you do with your feelings that can be helpful or hurtful. What’s most important is that you tune in to and

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7 Essential Tips to Prevent Diaper Rash in Babies

As a parent, you always strive to maintain the softness of your baby’s skin. But diaper rash often comes across as a challenge for you. There is a lot of research and advancement going on into its design and raw material to be used in manufacturing diapers. Most of these efforts are towards minimising skin irritation and diaper rash in babies. But still, 20%

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