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The 4 month sleep regression

I am sitting here expressing milk for the 4th time tonight (no not tonight… its now 6am, how did that happen?!) My 4 month old has hit a tricky spot, namely the infamous ‘sleep regression’! I did not see this coming after our blissful sleeps since 11 weeks (please refer to my previous super smug …

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Postpartum hair loss!

I’ve never had the thickest of hair, however during pregnancy it became lustrous and lovely. Downside – it wasn’t going to stay that way! Just when I thought I’d avoided it, my baby hit the 3 month mark and bam! My hair just began to fall out in clumps… According to todaysparent.com this is known …

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Conquering cradle cap

Cradle cap (or cradle crap as it is commonly known!) is a nasty looking but harmless crusty skin condition which primarily covers a baby’s scalp but can also travel elsewhere on the body. My baby has suffered quite badly from cradle cap since around 4 weeks of age and he still has it at 15 …

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The many benefits of baby massage!

I love a massage but, before having Isaac, I never truly understood the benefits of baby massage – now I know that there are loads! Before lockdown due to covid19, I planned to take Isaac for massage classes. Since that has not been possible, I sought advice from my lovely aquanatal teacher as well as …

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Addictive Netflix shows!

Nursing? Bottle-feeding? Baby napping in your arms? Tired of baby sensory videos on repeat? 30 minutes to yourself? (yeah right I hear!)… Here are my cringe-worthy yet binge-worthy recommendations on Netflix for you to watch while ‘mumming’: Love is blind Ironically featuring some of the most shallow-minded people in the world, this show is a …

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