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Am I Ready For A Baby? Top Questions To Ask Yourself

Are you thinking of having a baby? Here are some important considerations to answer the question: Am I ready for a baby? I Am Ready For A Baby: Are You And Your Partner On The Same Page? Not only that…

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Laura Loves…Ella’s Kitchen BIG KIDS

Ella’s Kitchen was always one of my go to brands for baby food.  Combining home made with the convenience of shop bought pouches, I trusted Ella’s Kitchen for the goodness and the kids loved, them, an…

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Laura Loves…Gousto Ten to Table

If you aren’t familiar with Gousto then let me introduce you – they are one of the original founders of the recipe boxes.  Recipe boxes?  Yes, the boxes that magically appear on your front door step (…

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Postpartum Exercise: Tips for New Mums

Welcoming a baby into the world is a life-changing experience both mentally and physically. You’ve spent 9 months growing and nurturing a life inside of you while watching your body change as a result…

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Hay Fever? An Ingenious Way for Parents and Children to Avoid the Problem

If you or your child is allergic to nuts, you avoid them. If you are allergic to pollen, it’s not so easy to avoid it. (Not that it's so easy to avoid nuts!) HayMax organic drug-free allergen barrier …

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'Dangerous' item and app pregnant women should never use - no matter how tempting

The Pregnancy and baby charity Tommy's has spoken out about the dangers of turning to home dopplers and apps which say they detect a baby's heartbeat. Pregnancy is a time of great happiness, but also …

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Mum warns pregnant women about the dangers of ignoring itchy skin…

Having just read this article, we wanted to pass it on to you! MIND THE BUMP Mum warns pregnant women about the dangers of ignoring itchy skin… and her advice could save your unborn child’s life. Chri…

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Baby car seat recalled over safety fears

A popular baby car seat manufacturer has announced it is recalling a type of seat because it may contain a faulty component which could affect its safety. Britax Römer warned that anyone who purchase…

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Miracle Moisturiser Hailed As 'Wonder Cure' For Children's Eczema And Adult Psoriasis Is On Sale For £4

The cream is made by a small business rather than a giant pharmaceutical company but is still available in high street stores such as Boots and Asda. A miracle moisturiser has been hailed as a "wonder…

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The Lullaby Trust issues warning about some popular baby sleeping products sold in high street stores

More than 1 in 3 parents have, or intend to buy baby sleep nests & pods which go against safer sleep guidelines. We wanted to pass on this warning from the Lullaby trust: The Lullaby Trust has wa…

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Mother urges other parents to be careful this Easter after her daughter, five, choked to death on a Cadbury's Mini Egg

A concerned mother, who says her daughter died after choking on a Mini Egg, has warned other parents about the possible dangers of the chocolate treats The heartbroken parent claims she 'tragically…

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Laura Loves…Baby Dove

Dove is a brand I have grown up with and come to respect over the years, it plays on it’s ‘kind to skin’ ethos and they have embraced the human body in all its natural forms within its advertising.   …

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Primark and B&Q urgently recalling potentially dangerous products

If you have either of these products, return them to the shop immediately! Primark and B&Q are the latest major retailers to issue a product due to possible health and safety risks to the public. …

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Head Lice

The mere mention of these little creatures is probably enough to get you scratching, but the chances are that if you’ve got children in nursery or primary school you’ll probably end up with a case of …

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Is this dangerous cheese on your festive cheeseboard?

A cheese which could make people ill has been pulled from sale. People are being warned Dunsyre Blue cheese has been found to contain listeria. The Food Standards Agency is urging people not to eat th…

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Poundland recalls Heated Hugs pouches amid overheating danger due to ‘incorrect instructions’

POUNDLAND has recalled its Heated Hugs pouches after incorrect heating instructions led to customer safety concerns. The £5 pouches have been on sale since the end of November but include incorrect in…

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Parents warned Baby milk formula recalled in salmonella outbreak 7,000 TONNES affected

More than 7,000 tonnes of formula produced by baby-milk maker Lactalis may have been contaminated, but the company is unable to say currently how much remains on the market. The mass recall comes afte…

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These Aldi products have been urgently recalled

Shoppers are being advised by the Food Standards Agency that major brands and supermarkets have recently issued recall notices on some products. The recalls are being made due to fears of food contain…

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Children's coats being recalled by Next due to health and safety concerns

Next is recalling two children's coats due to health and safety concerns. There are fears the items have an issue that could be hazardous to youngsters. Customers are being told to return a navy ho…

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Why do miscarriages happen?

Most miscarriages happen due to chromosomal abnormalities in the fertilised egg. If the egg or sperm has the wrong number of chromosomes, the fertilised egg is unable to develop properly and this resu…

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Aldi and Lidl recall: The budget supermarkets have warned customers about these products

Aldi and Lidl have are recalling a string of products - over concerns that their ingredients might not be what you think they are. If you have bought any of the below products, you are urged to return…

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Boots issue urgent product recall for airflow dummy products

BOOTS has published a product recall for some of its airflow soothers.   The two products affected by the recall notice are: Boots Baby Airflow Soother 0-6 months 62-69-044 Boots Baby Airflow Soother …

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Choice of tipple 'determines different moods'

It isn't baby related but we had to pass this article on having just read it on the BBC site. It is fascinating!   Different types of alcoholic drink change and shape your mood in different ways, says…

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Can stress cause miscarriage?

There is very little evidence to suggest that stress causes a miscarriage. Many mothers worry that depression or anxiety can affect their unborn baby. However, miscarriages are usually caused by chrom…

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Fireworks Safety

Fireworks, sparklers and bonfires safety tips With Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas coming up, here's how you can keep your home safe. There are more than 40,000 house fires in the UK every year…

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Back Pain In Pregnancy: Causes and Treatments

Back pain in pregnancy is extremely common due to the hormonal changes and growth that your body is experiencing. Women will start to feel this back pain usually in the second part of their pregnancy.…

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How much sugar is in your food?

You will be surprised at just how much sugar there is in some of your favourite foods.   Babies should never have sugar added to their food. Children aged between 4-6 should have no more than 5 teaspo…

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Top 10 Myths About Getting Pregnant

If you’re trying for a baby chances are you can’t wait for a positive result! Friends and family may be keen to offer helpful tips, and of course the Internet has a wealth of advice on the topic. But …

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Top 10 Myths About Vaccinations

The Top 10 Myths About Vaccinations, written by Dr Emma Scott   Over recent years the number of parents choosing not to vaccinate their children has been rising. Many parents are worried about the saf…

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Pregnant women can eat raw eggs

Almost 30 years on since raw, soft boiled and runny eggs were declared a salmonella risk for pregnant women and young children, The Food Standards Agency have announced that ”Lion mark" eggs are now s…

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PRESS RELEASE: Babymoov Statement: FDA Guidelines on Sleep Positioners

Babymoov have released a Statement: FDA Guidelines on Sleep Positioners Further to the recent news relating to re-issued advice from the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA) concerning sleep positi…

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Midwife deciphers what your newborn baby's cries mean

This article has got us thinking. Does it give you the answers you are looking for?   One midwife has explained what makes your newborn baby cry - and what you don't need to worry about. It's a sound …

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Baby sleep positioners dropped by shops after deaths warning

Some UK retailers have stopped selling baby sleep positioners amid concerns over their safety. A US health regulator said they "can cause suffocation that can lead to death" and have been linked to 12…

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BABY WARNING: Tesco, Mothercare and eBay ban baby sleep positioners...

Having just read this article, we wanted to pass it on to you.  MOTHERCARE are among three retailers to ban baby sleep positioners following the deaths of 12 newborns in the US linked to the products.…

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HayMax Shortlisted for Best Pregnancy and Maternity Product

HayMax balm is turning out to be a real blessing for pregnant and breast-feeding moms with dust allergies, pet allergies or hay fever. Being pregnant or a breastfeeding mom is tough enough without all…

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AMH Level: The Two-Minute Fertility Check You Need To Know About!

Has the idea of having kids started to linger at the back of your mind? Although not everyone wants children, if you do (or have contemplated the idea), you might have come across a marketing term of …

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Pre-eclampsia explained

What is pre-eclampsia? Pre-eclampsia is a condition that develops when the placenta doesn’t develop normally during pregnancy. This leads to high blood pressure and protein in the urine in the early s…

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Pregnancy associated nausea and vomiting

Most women will experience some sickness in pregnancy, this can range from occasional mild nausea to severe vomiting requiring hospitalisation.  The good news is that there are many ways to manage nau…

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