Dealing with difficult babies

Dealing with difficult babies

As a mum-of-two, I wouldn’t say that either of my kids were ‘difficult’ babies. Sure, we had the colic, the weaning issues and a few sleep blips, but broadly I feel that I got off fairly lightly. For some parents their reality seems very different. From the outset their babies are restless, fussy, and difficult

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Bonding with your baby

Bonding with your baby

Bonding with your baby and attachment have become buzzwords in the language of health visitors, midwives and paediatricians. What these terms are referring to is the non-verbal and emotional relationship between a baby or young child and its main caregiver. This relationship is defined by how the caregiver emotionally responds to the baby’s cues of

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