Whether you’re shower shopping for a trust fund baby or just hoping to spoil a special little someone, there’s no shortage of baby gear and gifts for those who won’t settle for anything but the best.
I was both intrigued and impressed the first time I saw a YouTube video featuring Dr Harvey Karp on my Facebook feed. With an ability to consistently calm crying, cranky babies in just seconds, he seemed to be part paediatrician, part magician.
Here are the five tips and tricks, which I believe every soon-to-be mum should know and consider applying for a more comfortable experience at the hospital after the baby comes out.
The funnest part of baby-led weaning is finding healthy, balanced recipes for everyone in the family. Contributor Khairun invited us into her kitchen to take a peek at some of her favourite baby-friendly recipes.
Meet Sleep Bear, the cuddly plush toy created to help soothe babies with sounds proven effective by doctors. Contributor Michelle Lim-Chua decided there would be no better companion to tackle sleep training with.
If we had to pick one word to describe IKEA, that word would be ‘tempting’. From bookcases and lighting fixtures to dinner tables and rugs, they come various styles, colours, materials and sizes.
If ‘sleep sounder’ and ‘peace of mind’ are phrases that are making you excited, then make a beeline for a new technology that’s just come out of Boston, USA.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg starts her new book, Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead, by recounting the moment she first realised that pregnant women needed reserved parking.
Dear Piglet, you are two. There is a term for this age, the “terrible twos”. Please don’t be shocked by the name. It’s easy to be misunderstood. You’re investigating new frontiers. Charting new territory. And as an explorer, you’ll need 10 things for your journey.