• Pregnancy and Healthy Relationships

    Pregnancy is a good time to work on nurturing healthy relationships. Strengthening your relationship now can help you manage the transition to the joys and challenges of parenthood.

  • Paul’s Story

    Paul* and his partner had their daughter prematurely at 32 weeks. Here he recounts his feelings about the hospital and birth experience, and the days and weeks after his baby’s premature arrival.

  • Independent Sleep

    The first 3-4 months of life is a good time to help your baby develop a healthy sleep pattern. If your baby learns to settle back to sleep without your help – called independent sleep – you can avoid problems with settling and waking later on.

  • Positive Attention and Your Child

    Parents have hundreds of interactions with their children on an average day. What really counts is making the most of this time — showing positive attention and enjoying those daily moments with your child.

  • Buying Baby Gear

    You’ve probably been pinning your way to the perfect nursery and playroom, but these tips will help make sure all the baby gear you buy hits the sweet spot between adorable and practical.

  • Working & Pregnant

    Working while pregnant can be a positive experience – and also physically, emotionally and financially challenging. Here are some tips for managing pregnancy symptoms, working through pregnancy and planning your return to work.

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    First Sounds

    When babies start talking, they tend to have a rapt audience: there’s nothing funnier or more adorable than a baby learning how to make her first sounds.

  • Can you spoil your baby?

    You can’t spoil a young baby. In fact, it’s important to respond quickly and lovingly when your baby needs attention. This will help your baby develop trust in you and the world