Mizzie's Blog & Baby Tips

Have you started tummy time yet? Tummy time is a big party of your little one physical and mental development helping them to convert from a stationary world to one on the move. With regular practice lifting his head up unassisted, bub is exercising his core strength and improving his motor skills. As he begins to look around in this position he also improves his visual and sensory skills.
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Babies cry for a multitude of reasons and sometimes it can be hard to know why, particularly when they just won’t stop. When you don’t know how to help them, it can become both frustrating and saddening for you, feeling incapable and helpless yourself.

By spending some time learning the different reasons bub cries for and ways to remedy their needs, you can take the pressure off yourself removing some of the guess work involved in what to do. When we understand why bub is crying we can be better prepared to help them through.

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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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Nobody likes being tired! Think about how we feel after one bad night sleep; grumpy, irritable, a bit foggy, might have a headache, full of yawns reaching for another cup of coffee. When babies lose sleep, it is so hard for them to catch back up nor do they have the luxury of stimulants to see them through till their next nap.

Mizzie wanted to help you and bub through by putting together some information to help everyone in the house get a good night’s rest.

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It is never too early to start singing, reading and playing music for your baby, as they are constantly developing and learning through hearing from about 18 weeks old when they can first hear your tummy grumble! Mizzie is here to help with giving your little one, the best start in life, before you’ve even met.
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