Grab the Tissues: This 4-Year-Old’s Rare Disease Will Melt Your Heart
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There are so many costs to come with being a mum. Clothes, toys and all of that gear can really add up. But, the one cost that no parent wants to ever think about is the cost of their child’s funeral. For the Fitzgerald family, that’s precisely the cost that they will soon have to deal with. Like any mum...
How to Save a Choking Baby. Share This 40-Sec Video With Everyone!
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If you've ever had an experience with a choking baby it's the most terrifying, panic-inducing moments of your life. Watching this short 'n sweet video is the best thing you could do to change those pivotal moments from desperate hopelessness to informed action. Yep, this is a video you can't afford not to watch! Share with your mother-in-law, share...
Button Batteries – What you NEED to Know to Reduce the Risk and Safeguard Your Kids
Button batteries are everywhere. And they’re seriously lethal. Here’s what you need to know about these tiny little killers and how they could impact your kids! As a parent, you do everything humanly possible to keep your kids safe. You check and double-check seatbelts. Put a lock on every cupboard door. Secure your TV to the wall, erect barriers...
Starting Solids: A Survival Guide
Starting solid food – oh it’s super messy, very frustrating, but a lot of fun. And it’s fascinating too, watching your munchkin discover food in all its glory, from the first mouthfuls of gloopy puree to self-feeding chubby fistfuls of fodder. Getting your kid on to the real food takes some time and a bit of patience, but it’s not...
7 Year Old With Down Syndrome Smashes Negative Stereotypes For Good
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Sofia Sanchez was born with Down Syndrome. She spent her first 14 months languishing in a Ukrainian orphanage until fate intervened, changing the course of her life forever. Now she’s stepping out in style and celebrating her achievements online. With the help of her mother, Jennifer, her latest Instagram video’s going viral for all the right reasons. She’s showing the...
10 Natural Remedies For Teething (Besides Your Finger!)
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So you’ve noticed your bub is unsettled, drooling bucket loads, and is chewing on just about anything within reach? It sounds like teething might be around the corner for your little one. Before you rule out teething because you’re not seeing little white spots or any ruptured gums, it certainly does not mean your child hasn’t started the teething process. They...
This Sweet Photo of Twins is Going Viral for a Very Good Reason
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There’s a seemingly endless stream of ‘cute baby’ photos everywhere you look online. But, this pic of twin brothers Mason and Hawk Buchmeyer is taking the internet by storm! Not only is the photo of the awesomely adorable babies super-sweet, but it also has a truly touching story behind it. Baby Hawk was born with Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia (CDH). CDH is...
First Aid Solutions for the 5 Most Common Household Accidents
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Grazed knees, broken bones, snotty noses: Do you sometimes feel like your child is especially sickly or accident-prone? As parents, we are expected to tend to a whole range of unforeseen ailments and medical emergencies. It’s impossible to pre-empt every injury or illness that may afflict your family. But give yourself a head start by preparing for the following seven most...
Blitz Those Nasty Nits with This Easy & Chemical Free Head Lice Treatment
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It’s the tenth time your little one has scratched her head in the past two minutes. Is that what you've feared? Head Lice! Those little nits are making your child itch, and you’ve got to do something about it pronto. Before you freak out or come down too hard on yourself,  keep in mind that a case of lice doesn’t mean your...
Sensory Processing Disorder: How one Mum’s Experience is an Inspiration to Others
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My middle child Sienna has always been a little bit different, right from the word go. As a baby we struggled to hold her without screaming and she refused to be swaddled. She hated to be breastfed, and at first I thought it was purely because of her reflux, but once she moved onto bottles she enjoyed laying on a rug alone,...