0-3yrsEarly YearsEducation

Being Supportive During the Transition to School or Nursery

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Your baby is finally going to nursery You’ve bumbled through the first 36 months and somehow your child seems to be adjusting well to living in this world with you as a parent. You’ve navigated sleepless nights, weaning, teething, crawling, walking, the terrible twos, potty training and more. Now…supposedly… you’ve got to pack your little one off for a few…

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Early YearsHealthParenting

What is Croup?

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What is croup? Croup is a viral respiratory infection that tends to affect a low percentage of children under five. It is caused by a swelling in the windpipe and airway, giving them a short barking cough that can last around 48 hours. In severe cases it can be difficult for the child to breathe. To a first-time parent with…
0-3yrsEarly YearsMultiple Births

A letter to Dads Expecting Twins

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Finding out I was a dad expecting twins When you’re due to get up at 3:30am to go to work the last thing you want is somebody waking you up at half-past midnight. That’s what my wife did when she had a positive pregnancy test though. Then she was sent for blood tests which confirmed it. Being the forward planner…
0-3yrsEarly Years

Dadvengers - Why go to baby groups?

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Why go to Baby Groups? In this post I would like to address the question ‘Why go to baby groups?’. It’s already something that parents ask whether they are male or female, and whether they attend groups or not. Each demographic has their reasons for not wanting to go and I have written a post that tackles the reasons men give…
0-3yrsEarly YearsParenting

Dadvengers - Dads and Baby Groups

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Dads and Baby Groups Often when talking about hands-on dads the conversation naturally finds its way to dads and baby groups. It’s a big topic and after speaking to a few people, there are some things we need to put out there. Hopefully this will help increase numbers and get more of a male presence at groups in the UK….