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Five fun things to do this Easter weekend

Yay! It’s Easter – which means, chocolate, four days off work, more chocolate and yet more chocolate – what’s not to like about that? Power up your Easter break by organising something fun for all the family to do – here are five of the best… Organise an egg hunt It wouldn’t be Easter without […]

Five foods to boost your pregnancy

Once we’re eating for two, it can be difficult to know what’s going to help or hinder our baby’s development. If you want to give your baby the best start in life – before they’ve even been born – try incorporating these five pregnancy super foods into your diet. Avocado This has been the year of the avocado […]

Time to go a-hunting…

Easter is nearly here, which means one major thing – Easter Eggs! The good news is that the Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt in aid of Barnardos is back for another year; this year, it’s been fronted by Samantha Mumba, who launched the event with her gorgeous daughter Sage. Now in its fourth year, Merrion Square […]

How has St Patrick’s Day changed?

The 2016 census showed that the Irish population has reached 4.76 million people, which means that the population grew by 30 per cent over the last 20 years. We also have the youngest population in the EU, with more than half our citizens under 35. So what does this mean for our understanding and celebration of […]

Playtime with name it

We’re big fans of good old-fashioned play here at maternity&infant, and it seems we’re not alone. At name it stores across Ireland this spring, you can collect weekly activity cards with lots of ideas for games, crafts, recipes, dress up and much more. The Unplug & Play initiative releases four new card each week for […]

The role that Quinton can play in your fertility

Making sure you are not deficient in the minerals and trace elements our body needs to function optimally is an important consideration if you are trying for a baby. Even with a healthy diet, the foods we eat are largely deficient in the minerals and trace elements that our cells need to function properly. Government […]

Raise the Dough launch for ISPCC Childline

As some of you may know, yesterday was National Doughnut Day and celebrations have come on somewhat from divulging in a tasty, deep-fried baked goods. Community events began marking the day by raising some small monies for charity and this is how Raise the Dough was formed. What started out as a communal way to raise […]

The Art of Bathing Baby

It may be daunting at first, but once you’re used to handling slippery wet babies, bathing your little one can be a highlight of the day – for both of you! For dad, too, in the early days, it can be a valuable way to bond with your new child, and a way to give […]

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