Baby And Toddler Sleep Support That Isn’t Sleep Training | Dr Pamela Douglas | Ep 110

  The traditional baby and toddler sleep training methods we all know, like and trust originated in the 1950’s. We’re here today share with you a new approach that may raise a few eyebrows. This is an internationally recognised, evidence-based… Continue Reading >

Revolutionising the bottle-feeding experience for mums and baby

Media kindly brought to you by Rochilou   Bottle-feeding expressed breast milk or formula presents challenges for virtually all parents in keeping your baby safe, happy and well-fed. Whether you’re a first-time mother who is scrambling to make it work,… Continue Reading >

Newborn Baby Night Feeds – How to Cope

The reality is that newborn babies generally need to feed every 2-4 hours and this is all day and all night. They have small stomachs and their milk is digested quickly so they need to refill. Many babies will wake… Continue Reading >

Announcing: Kiddipedia’s Newborn Guide 2020 Spring Summer Edition

What could be more beautiful than bringing a new life into the world? It is undoubtedly incomparable and unparalleled with anything else. From a baby’s first heartbeat to the moment you hold your newborn in your hands, the journey to… Continue Reading >

5 Key Benefits Of Choosing Goat’s Milk Formula For Your Baby

Media kindly brought to you by Oli6 Did you know that 86% of all children under the age of two suffer from digestive issues? The symptoms of digestive distress in babies and toddlers can take the form of regurgitation, bad… Continue Reading >

Your Baby’s First Teacher – Yes You!!

Written by Dr Tessa Grigg and Bindy Cummings   When your beautiful baby came into the world we are sure you were not thinking about your new role as a teacher. But that is, in fact, what every parent is:… Continue Reading >

The Five S’s of a Successful Introduction to Solids for Baby!

Are you excited to introduce solids to your baby? Have you been watching videos or done some reading? Perhaps you have decided to do “baby-led weaning”, perhaps you are keen to use purees. There isn’t a wrong way or a… Continue Reading >

Waiting for baby to come – Understanding how hormones help

By Jules Brooks For some women who are about to birth the waiting for their baby to come can be challenging, particularly if you are past your ‘due date’.  Remember we have a ‘due month’, so anything from 37 weeks… Continue Reading >

The Importance of a Postpartum Plan

I experienced two polar opposite Postpartum periods. I came home from the hospital, wrapped my newborn up in a muslin wrap and placed her in the bassinet. I sat on the lounge deeply exhausted and entertained and spoke with guest… Continue Reading >

Did you know? Babies Learn from Birth

Did you know that by the age of one, babies have learnt all the sounds that make up their native language? When a baby hears the sounds of people talking, songs being sung, and the rhythms and repetitions of rhymes… Continue Reading >