Baby Development

Infants in the first months of life try to avoid dealing with social wrongdoers.

Babies know whether you are naughty or nice

Studies have shown that infants in the first months of life try to avoid dealing with social wrongdoers - for example, sharing less with them and helping them less - and they expect others to, too.

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When your baby starts crawling

Once I overcame the thrill of my baby meeting a new developmental landmark, I realised the practical implications of living with a crawler were not so sparkly.

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There comes a time to say goodbye to the breastpuump.

Saying goodbye to my breast pump

 It's time to say goodbye to one of my constant companions. One that I've had since I had my babies in October. My breast pump.

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Life with a Baby

Baby Care

Jessica Rowe's post has attracted attention here and overseas.

Would you put your baby outside to sleep?

When television personality Jessica Rowe was holidaying in Iceland last week she noticed something that caught her eye - babies sleeping in prams outside cafes and restaurants.

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The pain of teething

If the tooth fairy takes teeth away, it must be something like a goblin who brings them in the first place.

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Help! My baby will only sleep in my arms

It's stressful to be the one who is holding your baby most of the day, but it's even more stressful to wonder, 'am I doing something wrong? Or am I creating bad habits?'

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Baby Sleep

Baby Food

Baby Health

Renae Smith and her daughters Kyah and Paris at home in Newtown. Renae changed her mind about immunising her daughters.

The key to whether babies are immunised

New research has pinpointed the single biggest reason why 3 per cent of Australian babies still aren't being immunised.

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Education & Play

The baby fell facedown before flipping onto her back.

Baby's water survival video divides viewers

Is it responsible parenting, or is this baby being subjected to unnecessary distress? That's the question dividing viewers of a video showing a six-month-old girl fending for herself in a swimming pool after being enticed to fall into the water.

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Baby's future imagined in cute photo series

A French dad has captured his 3-month-old daughter, June, in a series that shows her in outfits of different professions in order to show the possibilities ahead of her. The dad, Malo, says that he, his wife and a few friends work quickly to avoid tiring the baby out.

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Wengenn in Wonderland

Adorable photo series of sleeping baby

Freelance photographer and mum Sioin Queenie Liao has created an adorable photo series of her sleeping son, Wengenn in Wonderland. Using only household items, Liao dresses Wengenn for the shoot before nap time, then works her magic while he sleeps. Liao has photographed over 1000 scenes of her son; from Tarzan to toy soldier, Wengenn has many adventures up his very cute sleeve.

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Baby Products

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Nursery trend: dreamcatchers

They're popping up in gorgeous nurseries everywhere and it's little wonder; dream catchers represent good dreams for our wee ones.

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