12-24 Months

In this section we’ve got sleep solutions that will make your life a lot easier, how to encourage baby’s development and returning to work after maternity leave. Remember, if you can’t find the answer you’re looking for, ask our expert.

 

Latest 12-24 Months Posts

Top five baby products worth spending money on!

Once you have a child, it can feel a lot like your constantly reaching into your pocket to buy baby products and equipment. It’s overwhelming to go into stores to find that not only are there a 100 different brands, but also numerous products that all claim to do the same thing. What if real […]

Dos and Don’ts of baby’s first swim

LAURA MOLLOY, founder of baby swimming classes, Swimbabes, has eight years experience of teaching babies and toddlers to swim. Here she explains the dos and don’ts of taking your baby swimming for the first time. Don’t wait Drowning is a leading cause of unintentional death in children under the age of five, so the earlier […]

Top celebrity Halloween costumes for all the family

One of the best ways to encourage the playfulness of Halloween in your kids is to join in the fun. But instead of searching for individual ideas for each family member how about trying one almighty theme this Halloween? Take inspiration from some of our favourite celebrities who have put their creative family flair to […]

Car Safety Rules You Need To Know

We can’t stress this enough – if you’re transporting your children around in a car, you must pay attention to certain safety rules. They’re not that difficult… According to the Road Safety Authority (RSA), EU child safety protection laws make it compulsory for all children to travel in the correct child seat, booster seat or […]

5 tactics to stimulate your baby’s senses

Mums and occupational therapists Lynsey Sharp and Kathryn Horgan have developed a programme, Nurturing Newbies, to help parents develop their baby’s senses. Here they outline some simple ways you can help your baby’s senses develop. Nurturing Newbies As occupational therapists with over 15 years’ experience working with children, Lynsey Sharp and Kathryn Horgan commonly received referrals […]

Now here’s a career we can get behind!

Voice of Ireland finalist puts her talents to good use as she begins her career as music coach to babies! Carrie Haskins, a singer-songwriter from Kildare has decided to put her musical talents to good use and start teaching music to babies. Expecting the arrival of her own baby next month, the singer just started […]

Ten tips from The Sleep Nanny ®

There are so many transitions through the stages of baby, toddler, and pre-schooler but the toddlers really do go through the biggest challenges. Perhaps that is why toddlers can seem such a big challenge to us too! So I put together my top ten tips for helping your toddler with the various transitions that you […]

Hidden dangers in the home

  We all like to think of our home as a safe haven for our little ones. Even so, at times we can become so focused on protecting our children from the dangers of the outside world that we forget, the home has the potential be the most hazardous place of all. According to the […]

Think your child is hard of hearing?

Children learn to communicate by imitating the sounds they hear. When your child is a baby, being hard of hearing will cause them to miss much of the speech and language going on around them. This can result in delayed speech and language development, social problems and academic difficulties. A common condition About four out […]

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