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From the moment your newborn arrives, your whole world will become focused on how to make your baby happy. So after weeks of coo-ing, talking and smiling at your baby, what’s the secret to that wonderful f...

We are launching a Halloween Competition but with an adorable twist this Spooky Season. The entrants won’t make you go ‘Agrh!’ and are more likely to make you go ‘Awwww’’ as the theme is ‘Babies First Halloween ...

In 2021, there really is an app for everything including parenting! From games, to habit tracking, to What3Words as a new way to find where you are, there are lots of ways to make your life easier. It’s no surpr...

Throughout pregnancy women have lots to think about and navigate.  From where to give birth to how your baby will be fed, there is a huge amount to think about and decide upon.   One of the most common...

As a parent, it is natural to want to know what the future holds for you and your baby. There is so much information on baby development milestones, and what’s expected in the world of baby development, sometimes it’s hard to know what or who to t...

For many, the decision on how they plan to feed their baby is far from easy to make.  Many expectant parents will know, and have known forever, how they plan to feed their babies once they arrive.  Yet...

With the unfortunate events that are happening around the world leaving most of us stuck indoors, it’s so easy to fall out of routine. Having your little ones around can be wonderful but also pretty stressful. When you can’...

We know times are a little scary right now, and you probably can’t open Instagram or Twitter without the word 'corona' staring you in the face. Of course, it’s important to stay informed but the influx of info (good, ...

"Get baby into a consistent bedtime routine." If you’re a new parent, you’ve probably heard this phrase a million times. But you might be asking why it’s so important, what benefits it has and just how exactly you can make ...

Screens are well and truly part of our lives. They’re a great way for us to communicate, learn and be entertained, and the bright lights and dazzling colours are irresistible to babies. Smartphone and tablet use by ba...

Having a baby can bring so much magic into your world, but it’s important to remember that there might be a few bumps in the road. It’s a sad thing to think about, but babies and children can suffer from mental health issue...

We’re sure you’re working through a whole list of wonderful things to buy and prepare for your little one, and somewhere near the top is probably a cot.

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If you notice your little one looking flushed, maybe with sore looking gums and extra dribbling, don’t fret – they’re probably just teething. Some babies actually go through this without experiencing any teething pain,...

Sleep. It’s something we all do, need and probably want more of! It’s super important at any age, and it’s crucial for babies and their development. Around 20% of babies have sleep problems in their first year. And when we asked parents what their biggest parenting worry is, the top answer was baby’s sleep.
What a year it’s been. We’ve seen the first all-woman spacewalk, an actual image of a black hole, and even kidneys delivered by drone! As our scientific knowledge evolves, so does our parenting knowledge.

The creators of Bluebell totally understand what it’s like being a parent, because they’re parents themselves! They’ve lived through those early days of worrying that they’re not doing everything right, those sleeples...

Christmas is fast approaching, but you’ve still got time to grab something great for that dashing dad-to-be in your life. If you’re stuck for gift ideas, we’ve got a few!

It might not be possible to give her what she REALLY wants for Christmas – like a magical tea that stops morning sickness, or a new pair of un-swollen feet – but you can give her something to make her feel special or help h...

Self-care is so important for everyone, but at a time when your body is changing and there’s something both incredible but incredibly stress inducing happening at the end of those nine months, it’s pretty crucial that you take a breather and spend some much needed time on yourself. 
Growing a little human being can be one of the most incredible life experiences! Creating a family is of course beautiful, magical and life changing, but it definitely doesn’t come without challenges. Some of these challenges include health issues of mums-to-be.
Life is a roller coaster and stress is generally something that can’t be avoided, especially as a fantastic but fatigued new parent! Having a baby will be one of the wildest rides you’ll ever go on, and you’ll have a lot of things to juggle, remember and think about.
You’ve no doubt come across the idea of a ‘consistent bedtime routine’, but how realistic is it when you’ve got a tiny human (with no sense of day or night) to look after? Getting into a consistent routine is one of the top tips for improving baby’s sleep (trust us, you’ll see it everywhere)
Halloween celebrations are getting bigger and bigger every year in the UK, and it could be another one of baby’s firsts that you want to commemorate. Plus, we’ll take any excuse to dress them up in something adorable!
As you probably know, dads don’t get much time off when it comes to paternity leave (sad face). But if you’ve read our post on paternity leave, you’ll know how beneficial it can be. And that’s just two weeks – what if Dad/partner could take more time off? Well… they can! 
This one’s for you mum-to-be (or someone looking to treat an amazing mum-to-be)! Yes, pregnancy can be an incredible experience, but nine months of growing a human inside of you can begin to take its toll, especially in the third trimester.
You’ll probably wonder where all that time went when it comes to going back to work. It can be a sad, sad occasion for everyone, but it’s something that just has to be done. When the time comes to swap the nursery for the boardroom and nappies for that nine to five, it can all be a little bit daunting.
You may find yourself Googling “Can I die from sleep deprivation?” I know that I did when I was in the hell-hole of the four month sleep regression with my son. If you’ve found yourself doing the same, chances are you may be suffering from sleep deprivation.
First smile, first tooth, first word and first step – so much can happen in the first year! Whether this is your first baby or you’ve got a whole army of cuties, you can use this time for recovering, bonding, learning and growing with your little ones. But how do you go about taking leave? How long is it? Will you get paid?
Now, this may sound like a bit of a scary idea, especially if you’re a first time parent. When you’ve got a new baby on board, just packing up for a trip to the park, or navigating public transport with a pram can feel like a mammoth task. So, if you’ve got a vacation (or a staycation) coming up, you may be a little bit nervous doing it with a newborn.
Some baby carriers are designed specifically for newborns; others will last right through to pre-school aged children. It’s never too late to get your first carrier.  I see many people with two year olds who haven’t used a carrier before but are wanting something to help carry their little one on their back for dog walks, or as a back-up if legs get tired out.