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Morning Sickness

Author: Marje 288 0 0 0
12:01, 25 March 2013
Morning Sickness

Nausea is one of the most common – and most miserable – complaints of pregnancy, affecting around 70 per cent of pregnant women. It is often referred to as morning sickness, and for some women occurs only in the morning, but it can occur at any time during the day. 

Getting Your Toddler to Eat Healthy Foods

Does your child eat a handful of this and a handful of that, but little of what he or she needs nutritionally? Read on for some tips from a nutritionist on how to get your toddler to eat healthily and happily.

10 nutrients that every child needs

Of course you want good nutrition for your children. And you know that means making sure they're eating a balanced, healthy diet. But when you get nutrition advice from other parents, your pediatrician, and the media, it can be tough to decide which direction to follow.

A good place to begin sorting out the nutrition puzzle is to learn about the basics. Here is a list of 10 vitamins, minerals and other nutriens your child needs.

Potty training tips

Author: Elaine 308 0 0 0
10:03, 25 March 2013
Potty training tips

Most toddlers are ready for potty training at around the age of two. However, every child is different and some may be ready a little earlier whilst for others they won’t be able to master using a potty or toilet until around age three. 

Dummies: pros and cons

Author: Sonya 303 0 0 0
09:43, 25 March 2013
Dummies: pros and cons

Some parents swear that the dummy is a lifesaver, but there can be some downsides. Here are a few points to consider before introducing a dummy.             

Feeding Your 1- to 2-Year-Old

Author: Faye 343 0 0 0
08:57, 25 March 2013
Feeding Your 1- to 2-Year-Old

Toddlers this age are moving from the eating habits they had as infants toward a diet more like your own.

Your job is to keep introducing new flavors and textures. Food preferences are set early in life, so help your child develop a taste for healthy foods now.

Family Day Out Around Regent's Park, London

Head to The Regent's Park for an exciting day out that includes animal encounters, boating and a bit of celebrity spotting!

Breast-feeding nutrition: Tips for moms

Author: Alesia 401 0 0 0
13:52, 22 March 2013
Breast-feeding nutrition: Tips for moms

Breast-feeding nutrition can be confusing. How much should you eat? What should you avoid? How might your diet affect your baby? Follow these important nutrition tips. 

Top London Gardens

Author: Phillis 307 0 0 0
13:01, 22 March 2013
Top London Gardens

Take your kids to one of London's beautiful gardens, from Chelsea Physic Garden to Kew Gardens and Hampton Court.

Children's Theatres in London

Author: Cathy 682 0 0 0
12:37, 22 March 2013
Children's Theatres in London

London has some of the world's best dedicated children's theatres, as well as other fantastic venues which host children's shows throughout the year. 

The Benefits of Breastfeeding

Author: Lillie 307 0 0 0
11:44, 22 March 2013
The Benefits of Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding is one of the best things you can do for your child, find out why.

5 pregnancy yoga classes in London

Author: Sherri 479 0 0 0
11:10, 22 March 2013
5 pregnancy yoga classes in London

Your back hurts, you can't sleep and your emotions are all over the map. Typical symptoms of pregnancy, and something most women assume they have to live with. The end result, a healthy baby, makes the ordeal worthwhile. What if you discovered a treatment for many of the troubling symptoms of pregnancy? Sound too good to be true? Many women have found that practicing yoga reduces and even eliminates some of the most common issues related to pregnancy.

To Hyde Park with kids

Author: Bess 264 0 0 0
10:48, 22 March 2013
To Hyde Park with kids

Enjoy a good day with your little ones in the centre of London!

Top tips for eating healthy food in pregnancy

Pregnancy is one of the most wonderful times in a woman’s life – it is transformational, challenging and an adventurous time that warrants total care and dedication both emotionally and physically!

Cooking classes for kids in London

It seems a common belief that "today's kids" can't recognise a carrot, think milk occurs naturally in plastic bottles, and see no connection between meat and animals. Of course, busy parents can't always spend extra time in the kitchen passing on culinary lore, even when they're keen cooks or food lovers themselves and so, particularly in the school holidays, cooking classes begin to look like a great idea. More and more are becoming available as producers, restaurants and chefs realise the importance of educating the next generation of food lovers.

Here are some of London courses for you to check out with your little helpers!

Which is the right antenatal class for you?

Hospital sessions, deep-breathing active birth classes, even a luxury weekend away: there’s all sorts of ways to prepare for the birth. Here's some tips on finding the right antenatal class for you.

Soothing a Crying Baby

Author: April 452 0 0 0
15:22, 21 March 2013
Soothing a Crying Baby

Crying and colic and gas, oh my! When your baby is fussy, it's no fun for either of you. Check out these calming techniques to help soothe your little one.

Stroller safety: Tips for parents

Stroller safety starts with choosing the right stroller for your baby. Know what to consider when looking for a stroller and how to keep your baby safe on the go. 

Easter activities for kids in London

Easter Egg Hunts in London promise family fun and Easter chocolate at venues across the city for Easter 2013. Take the kids along for egg hunts and Easter trails at museums, galleries, the gardens of stately homes and other green spaces across the city, and take part in a popular springtime tradition over the Easter bank holiday weekend.

The Unicorn Theatre of London

Author: Agatha 275 0 0 0
13:09, 21 March 2013
The Unicorn Theatre of London

The Unicorn Theatre opened in December 2005, and is the first ever purpose built professional theatre for children in the UK.