Mothercare Blog

Learn & Play: Toys for Babies

As a new parent you’ll be overwhelmed by the shelves of gizmos that rattle n roll, squeak and sing. While it doesn’t take a ton of toys to entertain a baby, there are plenty of playthings to help them laugh and learn their way through those first-year wobbles.

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Pregnancy: Morning Sickness

First comes the euphoria of being pregnant – but then you’re thrown headfirst into several weeks of nausea, exhaustion, raging hormones and insomnia. Welcome to morning sickness: your first step in this incredible journey as a mum to be.

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Checklist: Travelling with Kids

Well, gone are the days of stress-free check-in, compact hand luggage, and relaxing flights. You can always spot a travelling parent, loaded down with kiddie gear and fairly frazzled.

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Healthy lunches for mini munchers

Are your kids bored of sandwiches? Are their lunchboxes as limp as a lettuce leaf left in the sun? These refreshingly tasty, easy and healthy recipes will keep your child excited about lunchtime.

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Learning by playing: birth to 18 months

From birth to 18 months your child is getting more aware and active by the day, so keep them learning important mental and physical skills with these hands-on activities – it’s just child’s play.

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A Healthy Diet During Pregnancy

Following a healthy diet during pregnancy is easy, as you become naturally aware that you are now eating to provide the right nutrients for yourself, as well as your baby.

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Is it safe to breastfeed when you are sick?

Mothers often worry if it is safe to breastfeed while they are sick. The answer, more often than not, is yes. 

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How to Foster a Healthy Lifestyle When You're Pregnant

Now that the good news has arrived, the next thing every mother should take care about is maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

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Accidents: What to watch out for and how to handle them

There are innumerable ways of preventing accidents involving kids which may happen in their everyday lives. Here are some preventive measures you can follow to keep your kids safe and secure:

 

 
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Childproofing Your Home

While you worry about the dozens of ways your kid could get injured – playground injuries, accidents, getting lost etc – there is a higher possibility of him/her getting hurt right at home. Home is where the heart is – and a whole load of other things which might turn out to be a cause of injury for your little one. So how can you go about childproofing your house? 

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