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Breast milk is best for your baby.

The World Health Organisation recommends exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of life. Unnecessary introduction of bottle feeding or other food and drinks will have a negative impact on breastfeeding. After six months of age, infants should receive age appropriate foods while breastfeeding continues for up to two years of age or beyond. Consult your doctor before deciding to use infant formula or if you have difficulty breastfeeding.



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Create™ (4-6 Years)

Create™ (4-6 Years)

At this stage your child becomes more creative and imaginative. Read about what you can do to nurture his creativity.

Developing Your Child's Emotional Intelligence
Developing Your Child's Emotional Intelligence

Emotional intelligence is an important aspect of your child's development. It represents his ability to detect, decipher, and control emotions both in himself and others in positive ways.

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  • Minding Your Child's Manners
    Minding Your Child's Manners

    When it comes to manners, it's good to start young. You will find that it really pays off in the long run. Begin with basic, courteous phrases. While you may be used to terms such as 'please' or 'thank you', these are very new for your child.

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  • Raising an imaginative child
    Raising an imaginative child

    At six, children start to be a bit more self-conscious, so pretending to play “pirates” in the living room might now take a backseat to reading and writing about pirates instead. Just because your child is more reserved about his imaginative ...

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  • Your Toddler and His Imagination
    Your Toddler and His Imagination

    Imagination is an important and often overlooked component in a childs development.

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  • Physical Fitness for Your Child
    Physical Fitness for Your Child

    As a growing child, your toddler has a wide variety of needs. Besides proper nutrition and mental stimulation, a healthy child needs exercise. Regular exercise keeps your child in the pink of health and regulates his body weight.

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  • Dispelling the Nightmares
    Dispelling the Nightmares

    Young children are especially prone to nightmares. After all, this is the stage when she actively absorbs new experiences with her growing imagination.

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  • Your Left-Handed Child
    Your Left-Handed Child

    When your child starts her motor skills development, her hand dominance will start to surface. Left-handed people make up less than 10% of the worlds population, and some mothers worry about having a left-handed child in a right-handed world.

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  • Unlock Your Child's Right Brain Potential
    Unlock Your Child's Right Brain Potential

    Some children are blessed with more imagination and creativity than others. This often comes in the form of visual-spatial intelligence.

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  • Activities to Train Brain Coordination
    Activities to Train Brain Coordination

    As parents, we want our children to grow up to become successful individuals. How you teach, guide and mould your child has a lasting effect on her future. One of the ways you can help her brain development is via brain coordination training.

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