April 21, 2020

Your child will experience a large amount of cognitive development between one and two years old with many delightful smaller toddler milestones along the way. Here are six to look out for.

Walking and talking are the toddler milestones that are the most memorable but t...

April 20, 2020

Your tiny newborn will have spent a lot of time sleeping, feeding, and gazing into your face. However, surprisingly quickly, your baby will become more alert and start to take a real interest in their environment and the people around them.

Playing will not only keep yo...

April 20, 2020

Most babies cut their first tooth when they’re around six months. But your baby could have his first tooth any time between three months and his first birthday. Usually, but not always, this first tooth appears at the front on the bottom gum.

Although not all babies exp...

When it comes to dealing with toddler tantrums, rule number one is never give in. Imagine this: child sees sweeties. Child says, “Want it”. Mummy says, “No”. Child screams and hurls himself on the floor. Mummy looks embarrassed and says, “OK then”. By giving in like th...

By now, you're basking in the warmth of your baby's delighted smiles! Your 3-month old actively enjoys playtime now, amusing you both when they imitate your facial expressions. They are starting to babble and mimic the sounds you make. You no longer need to support the...


The first days with your 1-month-old can be a blur of feeding, changing diapers, settling them to sleep, and responding to their wails. But within a few weeks, they will start to take more notice of your voice, face, and touch. Your baby can't focus farther than 8 to...

Textures

Toddlers are sensory learners who love to touch, smell, and taste to understand the world around them. Use a dark marker to trace letters of the alphabet and/or numbers onto poster paper; then have your tot decorate the letters with textured items such as sandp...