Wednesday, 7 November 2012
Babies respond extremely well to interaction from parents, and play can be a great way of providing stimulus and building a relationship of trust between parent and child. There are several play ideas which can keep a child entertained and stimulated.
Playing is a natural human instinct; it is important for emotional, physical and cognitive development. It also has the added benefit of keeping a child happy and content. A particularly beneficial type of play involves repetition. It may take some children a while to learn how to play with certain toys; however, they will quickly learn if they're given regular opportunities. Perseverance will often lead to a situation where a baby giggles with excitement at the mere sight of a favourite toy. Busy Peas is a great brand that has developed a great range of educational toys and books themed around healthy eating.
Tuesday, 6 November 2012
Long necklaces can become a choking hazard as well as loosely attached pearls on bracelets. A baby may try to chew off bangles on a bracelet and end up hurting or chocking themselves. Long necklaces can wrap around a small infant’s neck and rings can cut off circulation if they are too tight.
When you shop for baby jewels, safety should be your priority. Make sure that small components are not loose and firmly fixed into the piece. A string of pearls can be dangerous if the necklace is too long or if the chain is not durable. If the string breaks, pearls can come loose and end up in your child’s mouth, throat or nose and present a choking hazard.
Thursday, 27 September 2012
From day one, newborns will need four to six sleep suits, two cardigans, two hats and four pairs of socks as a basic minimum. You might well find you need more than that - babies are messy, and will need several changes of clothes in one day. Of course how much you buy will depend on how often you are prepared to do the washing!
Sleep suits are a practical choice for newborns as they spend a lot of the day sleeping, and when they get messy there is only one item to change. They also make nappy changes simple and easy. When it comes to choosing sleep suits for your baby, there are several things you might want to bear in mind.
Wednesday, 5 September 2012
funky baby’ fashion trend while providing information on the most successful designers creating funky baby clothes today and advice on how best to utilise the funky baby look.
Thursday, 23 August 2012
baby clothes. Here is an overview of five of these -
While it can be tempting to buy glamorous clothes for your baby, it is important to consider their comfort. At different stages in your baby’s development, they have different needs at different times of the day. Newborns sleep a lot and need to be comfortable to do so. As your baby gets a little older, they will become more mobile and need the freedom to move. Busy Peas offer a great range of clothing that takes into account these considerations including funky bodysuits and comfortable day wear. Similarly, Ella & Otto produce some fantastic pyjamas that are comfortable, practical and stylish, while Logoshirts are great T-shirts for comfortable day-to-day wear.
Monday, 6 August 2012
Retailers frequently take advantage of new parents through praying on their fears, advising them to purchase the most expensive items because they are the best. But this is simply inaccurate in most cases. Manufacturers increase the prices of their fabrics because they know that new parents are ready to pay. Nevertheless, when it comes to blankets or clothing for your baby, it is not the brand name that you want to buy, but rather more than just a label. You need to find out that the right or suitable fabrics you are putting on your child's skin are not going to bring any harm to them. Because of this, it is a good idea to look into organic baby clothing selections for your child.
Monday, 30 July 2012
As a child explores and interacts with the world around them, the toys they play with become a fundamental in broadening their specific developmental stage. Baby Toys should stimulate their imagination and develop their concentration skills, as well as amusing them and keeping them occupied.
Toys provide interaction that will boost a huge variety of stimuli, such as visual stimulation, help them develop their hand-eye co-ordination, work on their fine motor skills and different textures develop tactile responses, among other things.