Caring for your Baby

Our tips for caring for your baby, especially those with conditions such as colic, reflux and constant crying.

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Constant crying

 

Crying: When the crying doesn’t stop – try our tips to soothe your baby and care for yourself during this time which can be stressful and worrying.

 

 

 

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Baby Massage to relieve gas

 

Baby Massage to relieve gas: A lovely short sequence to try if your baby suffers with wind, it supports healthy movement through the large intestine. Carried out regularly it can really help to eliminate excess wind.

 

 

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Baby Massage can aid reflux

 

Baby Massage for reflux: Baby massage has been shown to support the nervous system, which helps to resolve infant reflux. Massage can also play a part in calming you through this difficult time.

 

 

Tummy Time Tips

Tummy Time Tips

 

Tummy Time: Try our tips for Tummy Time to help you build this important development aid into your routine whilst working with your baby as an individual.

 

 

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Baby Massage for Colic

 

Baby Massage for Colic: Massaging your baby’s tummy will help with their wind/constipation and general digestive discomforts. We suggest massaging your baby’s at a couple of points during the day to help symptoms of colic

 

 

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Tiny Toes Massage

 

Tiny Toes Massage: If your baby has a cold try this little toe massage with a fun rhyme.
Gently squeeze and pull each toe starting with the big toe and working down to the little one.

Also stimulates reflexology points for the sinuses and teeth, so worth trying if your baby is teething.

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Best Baby Massage Oil

 

Best Baby Massage Oil: The best oil to massage your baby is edible, natural, and cold pressed. Read our tips for using oil to massage your baby

 

 

Baby Massage to help colic

Singing to your baby

 

Sing your heart out: Is singing to your baby part of your routine? Babies love it and it’s a great way to connect together, so don’t feel shy. Plus there are lots of developmental benefits for singing to your little one.

 

 

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