Baby Safety Month – Daily reminders

  Every year 40,000 children under five are taken to hospital following an accident, most of these are likely to occur in the home with over 4,200 children having a fall on the stairs*   Keep your baby safe with these general safety tips: 1. Install safety gates to prevent falling  Falls are one of […]

Baby Safety Month – Bath Time Safety

In the UK around 13 children (under five years) die from drowning each year. One in four of these deaths occur in a bath. The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents says that one out of three of accidental drowning deaths in children aged 2 and below involves bath seats. It is recommended to use a baby bathtub with […]

Baby Safety Month – Bedtime Safety Tips

  The average human being spends approximately ⅓ of their lives sleeping. While the pattern of a newborn’s sleep can vary drastically in the first few months, almost 40% of their childhood will be spent asleep. This is an important time as it encourages a happier disposition (think of how grumpy YOU are when you […]

Nursery essentials you actually need

Becoming a first time parent can be overwhelming for many reasons. Naturally, it’s a major change in one’s life and when it comes to beginning to gather the “necessities” for your little one, it’s hard to know where to start. Many people end up with a lot of unnecessary things that in the end, they, […]

8 Tips for keeping your Precious Little Ones safe and sound

Nothing is more important to a parent than the safety of their child. While they can be surprisingly resilient, babies and small children are at great risk of accidents both inside and outside the home whether that’s road safety, fire safety or general home safety. Below, we offer you 8 tips to cover your bases […]

5 Must-have free apps for expectant mums

Pregnancy can be one of the most exciting times in a woman’s life. For many of us, though, the first pregnancy can be a confusing and unusual time as our bodies change and grow. Having a great support group in friends, family and health professionals is important but they can’t always be at our beck […]