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Preparing for Birth: What to pack in your hospital bag

Posted by Alissa Jeffery on

Usually around the beginning of your third trimester, you will need to start thinking about packing your bag for your baby's birth. While we are talking about packing your bag, you will actually need to pack for two - yourself and your baby! Here we have the full list of everything you will need to ensure when those contractions start, you're ready to go!

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Preparing For Baby's Arrival

Posted by Cocoonababy Australia on

After the initial excitement of realising you are pregnant, you may begin to worry about all the things you need to do to get ready for life as a parent to your new little one. There is no need to panic, we have all the basics covered for you here, to make sure that when the time comes, you are ready to go.

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How to make a Baby Shower successful

Posted by Marie Vivet on

I discovered the concept of the Baby Shower when I was pregnant with my first child (we don't have baby showers in France!)... and I loved it! Fully embracing the concept, I have thrown great Baby Showers which I still remember fondly. Read on for a few tips from my experience.

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Transitioning your baby out of the Cocoonababy® Nest

Posted by Cocoonababy Australia on

We receive messages every day from happy parents whose babies love their Cocoonababy® Nest. So much so, that some parents worry when the time gets near, about how to safely transition baby onto a flat mattress of a cot or bassinet (and still keep them happy and sleeping well!). Rest assured, in our experience, it isn't generally hard for babies to transition from the Cocoonababy® Nest.

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Have you been confronted with ASD?

Posted by Marie Vivet on

Sometimes things don't turn out the way you expect. When you think that you're all set, that life can't surprise you anymore, bang, that's when a new challenge arises. That's particularly true when it comes to your children: bullying at school, an exam that your child failed, difficult personality, or sometimes something even...

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