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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. 
In 2016, six months into my maternity leave, I received a call from my HR Director to tell me that my role no longer existed and I was at risk of redundancy. Over the following months I found myself struggling to cope with sleep deprivation and episodes of intrusive thoughts. After mustering the courage to see my GP, I was diagnosed with postnatal anxiety.
Breastfeeding is a natural, beautiful, and joyful experience, but it’s not always easy and can be very hard for some. You should probably be prepared for sore nipples, clogged ducts and some fussiness and frustration. But you can also be prepared for some unreal mother-baby bonding, making those clogged ducts totally worth it!
As Mr. Keating once said: life is a roller coaster. So what part of the ride are you on when you create a whole other human life? Probably that peak where you edge slowly up towards the sky, knowing there’s a drop on the other side.You’ve heard all about it from your friends, but you can’t see it and aren’t quite sure what you’re in for. But you’re there, there’s no turning back...
What position do you sleep in? Sprawled out like a star? Curled up in the duvet like a human burrito? Or the super comfy little spoon? Sleep is a luxury for new parents, and we’re happy to get it in whatever position will let us drift off quickly. But what about babies? How should they sleep?
Let’s hear it for all the dads out there! Father’s Day is coming up and it’s the perfect time to say thanks to them. We know that many dads are difficult to buy for and they may say they don’t want a fuss. But just like Mum, they may be sleep deprived, nervous, overjoyed but overwhelmed.
With the arrival of little Archie, all eyes are on Meghan Markle; she’s been praised for showing off her natural post-pregnancy body and for being a ‘real’ mum, which is fantastic. She’s probably, also, got plenty of help with her royal baby. But what about those of us who aren’t royals?
When you’ve got a little one on the way, there are some super exciting things you’ll need to get prepared. What colour will you paint the nursery? What adorable little outfit will you bring them home from the hospital in? What baby monitor will you use to help you on your parenting journey?

Some babies take to solids easily, while others may need a bit more encouragement. It’s important to remember that all babies are unique. As with most things, they’ll learn and grow at their own pace – so don’t worry ...

Driven by challenges we faced as parents, and with the lack of support that many new parents face, we came together to build a solution to make parenting simpler and improve the wellbeing of the entire family.

If you want to celebrate Easter with your little one but they’re too young for chocolate, we’ve got you covered. It’s advised that babies younger than 18 months shouldn’t have chocolate due to the extra calories, caffeine and risk of tooth decay. But don’t worry, there are plenty of other fun things that you can do to celebrate their very first Easter!
Pregnancy can be such an exciting time. As you prepare for your little one’s arrival, you (or your doctor) will have to start making decisions over how they will enter the world. The majority of births are vaginal, but many women have (or choose) to have a C-section.
We’re not going to beat around the bush here – if you’re wondering if you can exercise during pregnancy, the answer is yes, yes you can. It’s understandable that it might be scary – your body is the only thing protecting your baby from a world that it’s not quite ready for yet!
If you've got questions about jetting off before the little one arrives, we've got you covered. Whether you need to travel for business, you’re off to visit loved ones or just treating yourself to a romantic holiday before the baby arrives, it is generally safe for you to fly while pregnant.
With Mother’s Day fast approaching, if like many, you’re aren’t as prepared as you’d like to be - or it’s your first one and you’re not sure what to get - help is at hand. We’ve put together a list of some thoughtful gifts with new mums in mind.
Here at Bluebell, we understand how crucial good sleep is for everyone, but we also understand how easy it is to put it on the back burner when you have a new baby to care for.
They light up our lives and once they’re in our world, we can’t imagine it without them, but sometimes we just wish they would settle down and sleep a little bit better. Struggling with baby’s sleep is a common problem for many new parents.
It’s normal to worry about your little one’s wellbeing. As soon as they enter the world, it’s our job to keep them safe and to give them the best start in life. A good night’s sleep will leave you with a bouncing bundle of joy, and a safe night’s sleep can give you peace of mind.
We’re so close! Those 9 months can pass so quickly, and before you know it your little boy or girl is ready to come out and meet you. Pregnancy can be life changing and those 9 months can be tough – your body has been through a lot...
You’ve made it to the final leg of the journey – and what a journey it’s been. Now it’s time to start preparing for that special day, and this is an important time for Dad to get involved as Mum will be needing lots of rest.
You may be pleased to know that, from 13 weeks, your body might begin to bounce back from some of the things you were experiencing in your first trimester. For many women, feelings of nausea and anxiety can subside which is why it’s also known as the ‘golden trimester’.
Whether you’re jumping for joy at the news, or feeling a bit nervous about of creating a tiny human, it’s important to know what to expect. Of course, all pregnancies are unique, so your own journey and plan will be individual to you.
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We’ve made it! As your little one approaches their first birthday, it’s fascinating to think back to less than a year ago when they couldn’t hold their own head up and were completely reliant on you. Now you probably can’t keep hold of them as they crawl or run around, babble away to strangers and develop in leaps and bounds before your eyes.
Travelling for anyone can be a bit of a challenge, but it's even tougher if you're taking a new baby along for the ride! If you’re planning on travelling somewhere this Christmas (or at any time of the year) we've got some tips for you!
It’s that time of year again: we’re heading out to nearby fields on crisp evenings to watch terrific firework displays, warm ourselves by bonfires or wave sparklers around like magic wands.
Congratulations! Your baby has turned 1 – well done for surviving the first wonderful year. As your toddler grows, lots of things will change but there’s one thing that will remain constant: the need for good sleep (and your concern over how they should be sleeping).
Preparing for a birth can often be both stressful and exciting. There are some things you should consider for after the birth and when you get back home. To make it easier, we have listed all the common things we needed so you can prepare before your bundle of joy arrives.
Your baby’s fascinating first few months can pass by incredibly quickly, and so much can happen in that short space of time when it comes to their development. All babies are different, and there is no strict schedule when it comes to reaching specific milestones.
Dude, where’s my baby? Something you might start asking as your little one begins to move around. This time can be a big change for you, as they may no longer be sitting still where you leave them.
Having a baby brings with it all kinds of amazing experiences! But having to care 24/7 for this tiny human also creates many new and sometimes unexpected challenges. These challenges can result in stressful feelings, the effects of which may not only be confined to you.
Sleep is extremely important to the human body at any age, and there is growing body of evidence showing that a lack of sleep can have long lasting and damaging effects on our health and well-being.
One of the most wonderful things about babies is that they are all unique and completely special in their own ways. It’s understandable that you may feel anxious if they are not developing at the same pace as other babies, but they will grow and develop in their own time.
New parents can lose up to 600 hours sleep in their baby’s first year, and it’s no surprise; parents’ lives can be hectic, and getting enough sleep is often pushed to the bottom of the list.