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Your Baby is Learning to Stand

Your baby is twelve weeks old. His interactions with you will become increasingly complex as he conveys his feelings through his gestures, laughter, and grimaces. And often you'll  think he almost understands you. Around this time your baby will also be able to support at least some of his weight on his legs. Prop him up on his feet, while h ...read more

Lamaze – Travelling Mobile

The Lamaze - Travelling Mobile attaches anywhere with a magnetic closure. It has hanging characters,which are adjustable, crinkle, jingle, or squeak, keeping your  baby rivetted during long and tiresome driving trips.

What can You Do to Help Your Baby Sleep Better?

As babies grow, they exhibit a shift in their sleeping patterns. This means that your baby starts to sleep increasingly longer at night. By the time they are six months old, many babies are able to sleep through the night without needing to be fed in between. This is the right time for you to inculcate good bedtime habits in your baby. These ar ...read more

Help your Baby enjoy Being on his Belly

Your baby spends the better part of the day lying on the back. This is right because it helps to reduce the risk of Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). However, babies who are always lying on their backs may face other problems such as developing flat spots on the skull, or experiencing delay in the development of their motor abilities. The onl ...read more

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