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  • Does Play help develop your baby’s senses?

    Studies show that babies learn better through play. Research shows play also helps babies learn to communicate faster. Talking to Your Baby will help them recognize your mouth movements and help their communication skills. Singing also helps to develop baby’s cognitive skills and could actually help them develop into a happier child. Parents are encouraged to use their imagination and be creative when playing with their babies. Use sounds, colour and various textures to stimulate your baby’s senses

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    When your baby is lying in her cot, buggy or on a play mat, try to give her interesting things to look at and touch. Placing her in different spots around the house will give her different views too.
    Aim to give your baby at least three short sessions of tummy-time every day. Over time, you can gradually increase the length of the sessions until your baby’s spending about an hour on her tummy over the course of the day. Once she’s more physically active, make sure there are safe places where she can practise rolling, crawling and climbing over obstacles such as cushions.
    Keep chatting with your baby about what you’re doing, whether it’s climbing the stairs or preparing dinner. If you notice your baby is interested in something, talk to her about it. She’ll be much more likely to learn from you if she’s really excited.

  • Prince Williams in Baby Training

    Prince william is so excited about becoming a dad, he's already started creating his own lullabyes and telling bedtime stories to his unborn child. He has read in one of his books that it is never to early to start talking and interacting with the baby bump. William has also been telling stories that Princess Diana once told him, saying that it is a waming feeling incorperating the whole family into the pregnancy. It is belived that singing and talking to the featus can help the baby with establishing increased mental and emotional development in laterlife.

  • Pre-natal Make overs.

    When the first agonising labour pains kick in, you would think having your nails done would be the last thing on your mind.

    But for a growing number of mums-to-be, getting glammed up for the delivery room is as vital as timing their contractions.

    Imogen, 30, whose baby girl Ariana Siena Horsley was born by Caesarean just over a week ago, said: “I went for a blow-dry before I went into hospital. I’ve seen some awful photos of women who have just given birth. They look really sweaty and have no bra on.”

    Website babycentre.co.uk has also found that pre-birth beauty regimes is a hot topic among mums-to-be. The Hot checklist to follow just hours before giving birth includes regimes such as: Facials, Manicures, Pedicures, Blow Dry, Hair Cut and a Full Face of Make-up. Midwifes are saying that this new trend seems to spawn from the increase in social networking sites such as 'Instagram' where uses soley upload photos os their life and experiences.


  • Shes still Fergilisious!!

    Pregnant singer Fergie shows off the first hint of a baby bump during an appearance at Milan Fashion Week. The Black eyed Peas singer looked smart and chic as she walked the red carpet at the Emporio Armani show, with a silver jacket buttoned up over her tummy.

    There was a slight pull in the material as the star's usually washboard stomach appeared to be a little more rounded than normal.Fergie announced the news to fans on Twittrer but did not reveal when the baby was due.

  • Imogen Shows of Her Bundle of Joy.

    Ex-Glamour model Imogen Thomas says she is loving her new role as a mum to baby daughter Ariana Siena.Showing off her little girl for the first time, who gave birth two weeks ago, declared that motherhood is the best feeling ever. Imogen, 30 spoke about parenthood saying "I’m loving it. It’s the best feeling ever. Before, when people said how amazing a feeling it was, I always thought, 'Really? But just holding her, I’m like, 'Wow, this is amazing!'"

    Ariana, who was born on February 11 at Chelsea And Westminster hospital in London, is Imogen's first child with her stockbroker boyfriend Adam Horsley, 26.But she says while she is fully embracing being a mum, Adam has so far been less hands-on when it comes to their newborn. "He hasn’t changed a nappy yet! He said, 'It’s a girl thing and she’s a girl. You girls stick together!'

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