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About babysosbook

Baby SOS is a book written for parents so they can feel confident about taking care of their new born baby. There are more than 60 common problems with a variety of real solutions for parents to try. There is even a basic first aid section, written in conjunction with St John Ambulance Australia.

Tip – Baby and Long Car Trips

Keep your baby occupied by playing games, listening to music and giving them toys to play with. Keep a stash of toys just for travelling so bubs will be excited when they see the new toy or toy they have not seen in a while. To order a copy of the Baby SOS book, click here.

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Tip – Swimming Lessons

Swimming lessons are great and can be started when your baby is five months old. To help prepare your baby for swimming lessons, during bath time fill a cup with water, say your child’s name then “ready, set, go” and tip the cup of water over your baby’s head so it runs down their face. […]

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Lead Towns need this New Hygienic Dummy Holder

Baby lovers will love this new invention, Babies will love that this new patent pending dummy holder can be used with their chosen dummy and parents and carers wont be running after their toddler cleaning or swapping their dummy when out and about. The cover automatically falls over the dummy once the baby or toddler has spat […]

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Tip – Travelling by Plane

Feed your baby on take off and landing. The sucking action helps to keep their ears unblocked and reduces discomfort. To order a copy of the Baby SOS book, click here.

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Tip – Tummy Time

Give your baby tummy time from at least two weeks of age for at least half an hour a day. You can put them on their tummy on a mat or on you. This will help strengthen the upper body muscles and the neck. Don’t forget, Baby SOS includes a section on basic first aid […]

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Tip – Food and Speech Development

Let babies (who are on solids) and toddlers taste different foods with different textures as it has been said to enhance speech development. To order a copy of the Baby SOS book, click here.

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Tip – Childcare

Some questions you can ask when starting your child in childcare include: What are your policies regarding sick children and children who are not vaccinated? What types of food are served? Are you a healthy food no junk food centre or carer? If my child misbehaves what is your process? There are over 16 different […]

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