I’ve taken this article from the Plenty Valley International Montessori school newsletter, as I think there’s some really valuable ideas in this. The article was written by Lauran Skidmore, the Learning Support and Pastoral Care Coordinator at the school. Resiliency Robbers by Michael Grose Michael Grose is one of Australia’s leading parent educators. He has … Read More
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Bambo Nature nappies have no perfumes, lotions or chlorine, and are certified by the Danish Asthma and Allergy Association to help prevent eczema and rashes.
Choosing a teat for baby’s bottle or dummy, but not sure whether to choose silicone or latex? Hello Charlie explains the differences so you can choose wisely.
What is the dirty thirty? It’s a list of toxic ingredients found in skincare and beauty products, including baby products. Find out what to avoid in our list.
Be prepared for breastfeeding the eco way with Hello Charlie’s guide to safe and non toxic breastpads and nipple creams. Safe for you, and safe for baby.
Baby powder has been used for years to keep babies’ bottoms dry at nappy change time. But is it safe? Should you ditch the talc? And are natural options safer?
We’ve had a fun time in our house the last couple of weeks trying to rid my youngest son of head lice. He’s in prep, and I noticed him scratch, scratch, scratching the other week. Sure enough, I checked his head and there they were – headlice! Cue scratching from the whole family (although it … Read More
It’s really easy to make your own baby wipes at home. You’ll save money, you know exactly what’s going onto your baby’s bum, and you’ll be saving the environment all at the same time. Washable baby wipes are brilliant – they really clean up the mess, and even a really bad blowout only uses a … Read More
What are problem solving skills? Problem solving skills allow your baby to recognise a need and work out a way to fix it. Your baby begins problem solving as soon as they are born. Crying is a baby’s way of trying to solve the problems of hunger, dirty nappies, or pain. They soon learn that … Read More