With temperatures soaring in the UK, parents are flooding online support groups with queries about keeping their little ones safe in the heat. Infant feeding expert Charlotte Treitl shares her Top 10 tips for keeping your baby safe in a heatwave! Keep babies indoors during the hottest parts of the day There’s a reason people… Continue reading Top 10 tips for keeping your baby safe in a heatwave!
Mother the mother: they need nurturing too.
Babies that create a solid attachment in infancy are more likely to grow up confident, with higher self-esteem, and be more comfortably independent. Responsive parenting is firmly rooted in evidence.
No matter where you are in your business as a newborn babycare specialist, there are amazing tools that can save you dozens of hours per week, automate key marketing activities, and save you thousands of pounds on pricey graphic designers, programmers and tech wizards.
What’s the most common myth about breastfeeding?
A lot of parents believe that breastfeeding is painful. But actually breastfeeding shouldn’t be painful.
The World Health Organization recommends mothers worldwide to exclusively breastfeed infants for the child’s first six months to achieve optimal growth, development and health.
We caught up with Lesley Pournara who recently completed the Babyem Maternity Nurse Training.
I get fulfillment from seeing the attachment between mum and baby, knowing that I have helped create that.
Q.What made you want to become a Maternity Nurse?
I have always wanted to work with babies and children, so when I was told about Babyem maternity nursing training I was so excited to know this was my chance to help new life come into the world.
I came across Babyem’s Postnatal Maternity Training course and decided to take the leap. I wanted a course that would teach me as much as possible about ranging from newborn sleep to colic and reflux, from a credible evidence-based point of view!