Why do Babies Dribble?

Oct 04 2014
Dribblebuster MauveyLS900

Most babies will start to dribble or drool at around the age of three months. Fortunately a dribble bib helps keep baby’s clothes dry throughout the day, but without a bib a baby will be soaking wet from dribble very quickly. This is because the salivary glands are starting to work in preparation for solid foods but not capable of moving the saliva to the back of the mouth to swallow it.

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Summer sleep guide for babies and toddlers

Jun 21 2014
Slumbersac summer sleeping bag

As summer finally arrives, it brings with it longer days and balmy evenings. Whilst most people will undoubtedly welcome these changes, the lighter nights and higher temperatures can interrupt babies’ and toddlers’ sleep patterns – which means less sleep for mum and dad too! Fortunately, there are many tried and tested tricks you can use to help you and your children get a good night’s sleep.  Here is my Summer sleep guide for babies and toddlers.

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Stress Busting Tips for Moving House With a Toddler

Apr 11 2014
Moving House with a toddler London Mums magazine

Let’s face it: Moving house is never going to be an easy task and even if you are packing, planning and preparing for months in advance, the chances are that come moving day stress levels will still be running high. One study puts moving house amongst some of the most stressful life experiences going and this can be exacerbated further if you throw toddlers and young children into the mix too. Dealing with the practical difficulties of moving house with children is one thing, but it can be a major emotional upheaval for them too. Unless they are used to moving regularly then your home will feel like a safe haven to them and leaving it can be daunting. Here are some tips on how to deal with all of the aspects of moving house to make the transition as easy as possible for you and your little ones.

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