Does Teething interfere with Sleep?

  If your baby is waking several times during the night it is unlikely to be directly related to teething. Your baby’s deepest sleep is from bed time through to midnight and from midnight till 7am your baby is in… Continue Reading >

Probiotics and Eczema: What Every Parent Needs to Know

One of the most common questions about eczema I receive is: What is the best probiotic to take for eczema? I love hearing this question! It means that many parents are becoming aware that eczema is not just about creams… Continue Reading >

How to Calm our Anxious Kids

Content is written by Maggie Dent Anxiety is the most significant mental health issue in childhood, and yet it frequently goes undetected and untreated. Signs of anxiety can be noticed as early as age two but we see a significant… Continue Reading >

Does your child need this fatigue fix?

  By Sarah Smith, Accredited Practising Dietitian www.baysidedietetics.com.au FB Bayside Dietetics Instagram @baysidedietetics Twitter #BaysideDietetic   Last year I blogged about a really important nutrient for kids, calcium. Strangely, a calcium deficiency has no side effect – it leaves you… Continue Reading >

When your intuition works in the real world…

When I talk to other parents about listening to your gut, trusting the vibe or energy, then see it first hand in my own life; reiterates why it is that I wish for every parent to believe and trust their… Continue Reading >

What’s really stopping you from conceiving?

You’ve been trying to conceive for a number of years unsuccessfully. You’ve had miscarriages, failed IUI or IVF cycles. You’re so desperate for a baby of your own but you’re feeling like you’re nearly ready to get off this rollercoaster… Continue Reading >

Swaddling and your Babes Hips

  Swaddling is a super part of bringing up the baby but exactly what do we need to think about before we start wrapping bubs up before sleep. Well, we need to think about the development of babes hips and… Continue Reading >

Would you Recognise an Allergic Reaction?

Often when talking to people, they share their confusion about how to know if someone is having an allergic reaction. In order to be able to help someone, you kind of need to be able to recognise the situation. So… Continue Reading >

Eosinophilic Oesophagitis – From diagnosis to diet

If you thought having one or two food allergies was hard enough, try having to avoid four, six or even eight types of ingredients. In light of the National Eosinophilic gastrointestinal disorders awareness week that runs in August each year, we… Continue Reading >

When to seek help? Pre / Postnatal Depression

While depression and anxiety can occur at any stage in life we know it is more likely for women to experience depression during pregnancy, and for up to a year following childbirth. Depression at this stage can have serious and… Continue Reading >