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Sonny from Ipswich is our December 'Baby of the Month'. Mum Vicky will be sent her lovely personalised prize from My1stYears soon! Pop your pics in our Baby Gallery if you'd like your little one to be considered as our January Baby of the Month.
Fruity Chicken Curry
Here's a recipe for a delicious and easy-to-prepare chicken Curry
Bacteria Linked to Faeces on 1 in 4 Items of Children's Washed Clothing
How clean is our laundry when it comes OUT of the machine?
Getting Pregnant Faster
Dr Marilyn Glenville PhD, the UK's leading nutritionist specialising in women's health has shared her thoughts with us about her new book Getting Pregnant Faster.
Contraception After Having A Baby
Some forms of contraception are not suitable to use straight after having a baby.
Three Quarters of London Mums Believe Breast is Best But Not Everywhere
A survey conducted by London Mums reveals that 75% felt that breastfeeding women are accepted in public places but not everywhere.
Nigella, Men and Me
Nigella Lawson, the unlikely and unwitting poster girl for domestic violence thanks to a zoom-lensed pap and an 'incident' at lunch.
How Long Should I Breastfeed For?
In 2001, the World Health Organisation recommended exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months, and continued breastfeeding for up to two years or beyond.
The average baby (Is there such a thing?!) can cry for up to two hours a day. Some babies cry more, a few cry less but remember that it's perfectly normal for babies to cry!