Tips for helping your baby adjust to the change of seasons

Aug 13 2018
tips for helping your baby adjust to the changing seasons

Remember the days when you used to look forward to the clocks going back because it meant an extra hour snuggled in bed with a cup of coffee and the morning paper…when you become a parent unfortunately these fond memories are just that – fond memories from another ‘childless’ life!

For children, adjusting to the time change can be a little tricky. When the clocks go back in October, if your baby used to waking up at 6am, they may well wake at 5am and that is a time of day you would rather not see! The key to making the transition as unnoticeable as possible is routine. Here are my top tops to ensure a pain-free bedtime for you and your little one!

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How does it feel – just ‘being mum’

Jun 09 2018

I’m Holly Pither, a PR professional, blogger, fitness fanatic, new mum to baby Amelia (nine months old) and currently on maternity leave.

When I was pregnant and people used to ask me about whether I was excited about having a baby I always responded “yes, absolutely” (well that’s what they want to hear and because, of course, it was true). However what I didn’t tell them was the very next feeling that used to hit me when they asked this; utter fear. Oh, but I wasn’t fearful about putting on weight, swollen ankles or feeling tired. I wasn’t even anxious about the long and painful birth, rather, I was fearful about leaving my job in public relations, if only for a short while.

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True colours of early motherhood

Apr 18 2018

The moment a woman finds out that she is pregnant, she sees her whole future flash in front of her eyes. It is one of those moments when she experiences the most diversified emotions. Beautiful and scary at the same time. 

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