Mizzie's Blog & Baby Tips

Creative exploration is an ongoing process from the minute your little one is born. First through observation, and now they are beginning to put what they are learning into practice. Now at a stage of purposefully picking up toys, banging them, dropping them and chewing on them and really spending time examining the items in front of them, determining the relationship they have with the item and its purpose.

This is a really great time to sit back and watch your baby interact with their world, every day they are busying themselves learning and exploring their environment as their senses work hard transmitting information to their brain allowing them to creatively interact with the things around them.

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With water being similar to womb conditions, babies tend to be naturally relaxed when it comes to the water and love to splash around in the bath or the pool. Mizzie knows how important water safety is for babies and wanted to share some information about swimming lessons with your baby so that they can get the best start now and develop a healthy relationship with the water and begin learning in a safe controlled environment.

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Navigating the amount of screen time that is right for babies can be stressful! How much is too much?? Whilst it's recommended that babies have minimal screentime, it is so convenient! Let Mizzie help you find some easy alternates!
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After baby has arrived, sometimes as new mothers we find ourselves feeling overwhelmed and anxious as our world changes so dramatically. Postpartum Depression is a factor that effects most mums to some extent and at Mizzie, we think its so important to take care of Mum as much as you take care of bub. Check out these PPD signs to help you!
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Reading with babies and children at any age is always going to be beneficial to their cognitive development. Reading aloud to your little one can assist them in developing language and speech skills as every sound they hear you make goes into the memory bank allowing bubs to create patterns of recognition and understanding even at this young age.
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