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1st Halloween with Baby (Go on... Treat Yourself Mum!)

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1st Halloween with Baby (Go on... Treat Yourself Mum!)

Mums first Halloween with baby

Having a new baby for Halloween can be fun for mum here are some tips for you to enjoy your night. While your baby is sleeping one of our personalised baby clothes or not needing your full attention here are some tips on how to carve a pumpkin, how to make a lovely cup of hot chocolate, some great Halloween movies to watch and some popular sweets.

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Taking your baby out for the first time

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Taking your baby out for the first time

Here are some tips to help you when taking your baby out for the first time, hope you find them useful.

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2nd Month with Baby

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2nd Month with Baby
2nd Month with Baby blog features advice and guidance on the following subjects: 

Babies nails & tips on how to cut them, Senses, Motor Skills, Communication, Movement, Tummy Time, Reading, Sounds & Talking to your baby.

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Feeding Your 1-month Old Baby

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Feeding Your 1-month Old Baby
When it comes to feeding your baby at this stage it’s still best to feed them whenever they are hungry. Baby will let you know when they are hungry and it should be around 8 times in a 24 hr period for babies that are breast fed, or every 3-4 hours for bottle fed babies. When babies are going through a growth spurt, they tend to eat a little bit more than normal and baby will stop drinking when they have had enough.

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1st Month with a Baby

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1st Month with a Baby
From the day you have your baby at home with you everything changes it can be magical and you might feel overwhelmed, but you might also find it hard. As weeks go by you should be able to get yourself in to a routine and adjust to your new life with baby. You might start getting comfortable again but remember newborns change very quickly so let’s not get too comfortable. Baby may like to keep you on your toes for the first 5 to 8 weeks. To try and help you cover these milestones for a baby of 1 month and try to help you cover things like feeding time and sleeping time. Babies will also develop their senses and motor skills.

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