Month: March 2017

Five myths about co-sleeping

I’m the only one who does it In fact when you ask around it often shows that a lot of people share a bed with their children. Maybe they didn’t plan to do so from the beginning but their children insisted and they were sensitive to their needs. Ethnographic studies reveal that many parents never really make a firm decision about where their baby will sleep; nevertheless, sleep happens, and sometimes the children end up in their parent’s bed. It is impossible to get some sleep if you share bed with children You could actually often get better sleep...

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Baby carrier for dolls

I visited a friends house and my kids got all excited about her baby carrier for dolls. They couldn’t stop playing with it so now I’m going to order one to each of them. I think this a perfect toy for kids that have been carried a lot, something they could relate to rather than strollers.  ...

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What is baby led weaning

Baby Led Weaning, often shorted into BLW, mean that you are letting your child feed itself from the very start of weaning. According to the most recent research babies reach for food at around six months, which is also the time that mothers are being encouraged to wean, in accordance with the WHO guidelines. The idea behind BLW is to maintain eating as a positive, interactive experience. A recent study concludes that baby-led weaning may lead to less obesity in childhood and that babies that are fed with a baby-led approach learn to regulate their food intake in a...

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