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Co-sleeping with your baby more safely – our advice

Some parents choose to co-sleep with their babies. Our advice on co-sleeping with your baby more safely and avoiding the risks involved. 

The safest temperature for a baby’s room – our advice

Babies who get too hot are at a higher risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Our advice on the safest temperature for a baby’s room. 

Sharing a bed with your baby if you smoke increases the risk of SIDS

Some parents choose to bed share with their baby. It’s important to know that sharing a bed with your baby if you smoke can be dangerous.

10 things that helped me survive the first year of bereavement

Rhia, young bereaved mum of three shared the 10 things that helped her survive the first year of bereavement. Before I first got pregnant, I just didn’t cry.

I couldn’t remember labour the second time around

Verona shares her experience (or lack of memory of it) of giving birth to her second child. Here’s Verona’s story of labour the second time around.

Breastfeeding as a young mum was tricky: my experience

Maria wrote about her experience of breastfeeding as a young mum, and how she worked with her midwife to get the hang of it. 

Where to sleep your baby safely away from home this Easter

Over Easter, you may have plans to stay with friends or family. It’s important to remember the ABCs of safer sleep to help you decide where to sleep your baby safely away from home.

Bedtime routine – how do you put your kids to bed?

Are they afraid of the dark or do they sleep right through? Young parents share their bedtime routine and how it can go well, and sometimes not perfectly. 

Bathroom labour story – I gave birth in the loo

Maria gave birth to her daughter in an unexpected place. She told us her bathroom labour story. My birth experience, nothing went as planned.

What I wish I knew about pregnancy and birth

What do you wish you’d known about pregnancy and birth? From budgeting for baby to the labour itself, our young parents share their insights and what I wish I knew about pregnancy and birth.