Recent Posts by Yvette O'Dowd

3 Things Keeping Your Baby Up At Night

Parents of young babies might be wondering when you're going to get a full night's sleep. Here are 3 things that might be keeping your baby up at night Read More


Milk In The Second Year Of Life – What You Need To Know

Most health guidelines babies are given breastmilk for the first 12 months, but what happens next? Here are 5 things about milk in the second year. Read More

Sleep Where The Baby Sleeps: Surprising Facts About Daytime Naps

New mothers are often advised to sleep when their baby sleeps but where their baby will sleep during the day? Here's 3 options for day naps. Read More


4 Things That Affect Toddler Sleeping Which Might Surprise You

After the first year, parents are typically expecting sleep behaviours to improve. Here are 4 things about toddler sleep that might surprise you. Read More


4 Facts About Naps That Might Surprise You

We tend to focus on baby sleep during the night. Sleep during the day is equally valuable. Here are 4 facts about naps that might surprise you Read More

1 in 5 Baby Bottles Fail Measuring Standards Due To Inaccurate Markings: Study

In a shocking discovery, researchers discovered 20% of bottles tested were so inaccurate, they'd fail measuring standards, which is bad news for babies. Read More


Wonder Week 12: The World of Smooth Transitions (Leap 3)

Around 12 weeks after your baby's due date, your baby will experience Wonder Week 12: The World of Smooth Transitions (Leap 3). Find out what that means. Read More

Wonder Week 8: The World of Patterns (Leap 2)

About eight weeks after her due date, your baby will see a whole new world! Find out what to expect during Wonder Week 8, also known as Leap 2. Read More


Wonder Week 5: The World of Changing Sensations (Leap 1)

Around five weeks after her due date, your baby will experience Wonder Week 5 (Leap 1). If your baby is more unsettled than normal, this will help! Read More

Understanding The Wonder Weeks Three Cs – Clinginess, Crankiness and Crying

The Wonder Weeks were made famous by two Dutch paediatricians after years of study. Here's what you need to know about clinginess, crankiness and crying. Read More




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