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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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Explore™ (2-4 Years)

Explore™ (2-4 Years)

At this stage, your child starts to explore his surroundings. Read about what what is an important part of helping them grow.

Dealing with a Screaming Toddler
Dealing with a Screaming Toddler

You've probably seen it before: a family with a toddler in tow, screaming her head off. Then you wonder, why don’t her parents just discipline her? But now that you've got your own screaming toddler, things have changed.

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  • How to Manage a Fussy Eater
    How to Manage a Fussy Eater

    If feeding your toddler becomes more like a military operation gone wrong than a healthy mealtime, it can really wear you thin.

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  • Raising a Smarter Toddler
    Raising a Smarter Toddler

    A child's brain undergoes three major phases of development.

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  • Preventing Toddler Accidents
    Preventing Toddler Accidents

    Toddlers are especially accident-prone, given their combination of high energy, inquisitiveness, and lack of experience.

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  • Playing is Learning
    Playing is Learning

    Many child psychologists advocate ‘playing as learning’.

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  • How Children Socialise
    How Children Socialise

    Your child's social life all began with you. As the parent, you were the first to laugh at him and with him.

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  • Time-out for Toddlers
    Time-out for Toddlers

    Time-out is a common discipline technique that is recommended by pediatricians and used by parents around the world.

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  • How to Get Your Toddler to Listen
    How to Get Your Toddler to Listen

    Toddlers, like adults, dont always listen. But unlike adults, they actually rely on you to teach them how to pay attention.

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  • Good Boundaries Lead to Good Behaviour
    Good Boundaries Lead to Good Behaviour

    Your toddler starts with a blank slate and fills it up with experiences.

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