Archive for the ‘Baby’ Category

The Role Of A Public Health Nurse

When it comes to development issues, your public health nurse can be a great source of information and help. Here’s an outline of what to expect from your public health nurse. For many women, the first contact she has with her local public health nurse is after having a baby – but along with your […]

A Busy Mother’s Hack for Easing a Headache Instantly

Headache! While some linger relentlessly around your temples like an irritating bee disrupting your day, others feel as though a surgical knife has cracked your cranium in two.   If you’re a chronic headache sufferer you’ll know that sometimes a prescription of two painkillers and a thick pair of ear plugs takes too long to […]

Five ways for daddy to bond with baby

Growing a tiny babba in your body certainly gives you a head start on bonding with baby – and that’s before breastfeeding leaves you permanently attached to a tiny being (or so it seems sometimes in the early days!). But what about the daddies? With a bit of smart planning, dads can catch up quickly […]

How can the colour of your baby’s nursery affect their personality?

When it came to picking out shades for our baby’s nursery we thought it was one of the few pregnancy projects we had sorted. I mean, blue for a boy and pink for a girl…pretty standard stuff right? WRONG! According to leading psychological studies carried out by advertising marketers, the colours we surround ourselves with […]

Everything You Need To Know About Paternity Leave

  In our long fight for equality we can sometimes forget that the pendulum swings both ways. Yet, thanks to Minister of Social Protection Leo Varadkar, and former Minister Joan Burton, expectant fathers can now experience some of the parental benefits that mothers have enjoyed for decades. More specifically, this refers to the new paternity […]

How to treat insect bites

With summer comes insect bites – sigh. Here’s how to treat them… Unfortunately there are a number of summer side effects, but one that often goes forgotten is the risk of insect bites. But a simple walk in a forest can result in itchy and uncomfortable bites – ouch. They’re usually not serious, but you […]

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