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Munchkin Click Lock Cups

Munchkin Click Lock Cups

Munchkin carried out a survey, to celebrate the launch of the new Click Lock cups, on how mums & dads feel about parenthood. The international baby brand polled 2,000 UK parents and confirmed it can take them up to two years to get to grips with parenthood, with 58% of mothers fearing they would never get to grips with it. It’s not just mum worrying about herself either, with two thirds stating it takes dad a long time to adjust to their new role. Even before the birth over half of respondents said they felt scared and just under half felt nervous about the impending arrival showing that this worry for parents starts long before baby is born. The report showed that nearly two thirds of mums said that they didn’t feel they could confide in anyone if they didn’t feel it had all clicked into place with the ...

Toddler Talk: prompt book progression

Toddler Talk: prompt book progression

Noah loves his prompt book so much, I am really surprised how well he's got on with it and how much he loves it. He would sit there all day going over all of his words for Nanny, Grandad, uncle Carl - anyone who will listen basically! So what have we added to the drawings recently: door, ball, digger, police car, slide, bus, man, banana and number 1,2 & 3. He still loves lorry, in fact he just loves all vehicles, he loves walking down the street and spying them all and when we are in the car he shouts at the top of his voice "lorry" when we pass one. It's really cute! He knows who people are and he's trying to voice their names now, we had a go at grandad this week but it does sound like Dad Dad. We say Isla but its Lisla with the ...

Feeding your baby on a car journey – top tips

Car journeys can be tense affairs at the best of times. But if you’re preparing for a long journey with a baby in the car, it can be a real challenge. Below you will find some great hints and tips to help you to prepare for a road trip with little ones. Young babies If you have a very young baby, then you have to plan your journey carefully; for the first few months of a baby’s life, milk is the only thing on the menu! For some parents this will mean a complicated routine of sterilising bottles and making formula. Breastfeeding is often the easiest method for feeding on the move, because you don’t have to spend time sterilising bottles. However, it is essential to get the driver to pull over when you want to breastfeed, because it is illegal and dangerous to take a baby out of their…