Monthly Archives: October 2018

  1. How to Dress a Baby in Winter

    How to Dress a Baby in Winter

    During the cold winter months, it is important to keep your child cosy and warm, whether you’re inside or out. Follow these tips to ensure your baby stays comfortable and healthy during the winter season.
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  2. Can technology affect the quality of your child's sleep?

    Can technology affect the quality of your child's sleep?

    The media often portrays technology as harmful for kids, yet in current education, it is simply inescapable and it undoubtedly brings many benefits to learning which were unheard of just a decade ago. If you have children who have started using technology such as smartphones, tablets, or desktop computers, limiting the time of usage is key, especially at night time.
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  3. What to pack in your hospital bag

    What to pack in your hospital bag

    Every mum who’s been through it already will give different advice, of course, but here are some suggestions:
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  4. Helping families in Moldova

    Helping families in Moldova

    Slumbersac undertakes a lot of charity work with worldwide organisations to help keep pregnant mothers and newborn babies safe and healthy. Recently we sent 5 pallets of our sleeping bags to Moldova, Europe’s poorest country situated between Ukraine and Romania.
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  5. New and Exclusive Shaun the Sheep Sleeping Bags

    New and Exclusive Shaun the Sheep Sleeping Bags

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our NEW and EXCLUSIVE Shaun the Sheep Sleeping Bags and Bedtime Story Book.
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  6. Bath time made safe & easy with our NEW apron bath towels

    Bath time made safe & easy with our NEW apron bath towels

    Giving your little one a bath should be fun and relaxing for both you and your baby and it makes for a perfect bonding experience. Here are some tips on how you can keep your baby as safe as possible as you both enjoy their bath time
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  7. Tips to help your baby adjust to the time change

    Tips to help your baby adjust to the time change

    On the 28th October, in the early hours of Sunday morning at 2am, the clocks will go backwards by one hour. For most adults this is fantastic news as it means an extra hour in bed, but for parents with young children this is highly unlikely! If your child usually wakes at 6am, with the time change it is likely they will wake at 5am and that is not something to look forward to!
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