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White Noise & Comfort Sounds

Great chat with Sebastian from myHummy. We discuss all things white noise, comfort sounds and the best tips and tricks to help sooth your little one.  Visit myHummy: https://myhummy.com.au/ https://www.instagram.com/myhummy.au/ https://www.facebook.com/myhummy.au/  

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Why Choose 100% Cotton For Babies?

At Ardito Baby we pride ourselves on our good quality pieces that are made from safe and organic fabrics. We choose to use 100% organic cotton for all of our designs. Here's why... Little ones, especially newborns, have such delicate skin. It is mostly this way up until the age of 3. 100% organic cotton is natural, soft and doesn't run against your baby's soft skin. Fabrics that are not organic can often cause skin reactions and aren't as soft on bubs skin, therefore it becomes an umcomfotable piece of babies to wear.  100% cotton pieces keep your loved one cool during the summer and when created into a knit, beautiful warm and cozy in winter.  Organic cotton is non-allergenic...

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Kate Answers All Your Questions

I had the privilage of sitting down with Kate from Sleep Effect AU, and going through all the questions that were asked on our Instagram page.  Sleep Effect is the brainchild of Kate Ross. She's a registered midwife, child and family health nurse and accredited in neuroprotective devolpment....She's got a wealth of experience. We've recorded the interview so you can hear first hand all the awesome advice she has for parents.  Happy listening :-)   

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What Sleep Positions Are Safe For Babies?

The safest sleeping position for a newborn is on their back.  Placing your newborn on their back to sleep is considered the safest position for your baby and the most effective thing you can do to lower your baby’s risk of SUID, according to the National Institutes of Health (NIH). It is suggested that you should continue to do just this at bedtime and naptime for the entirety of your baby’s first year.  Sleeping on their back allows babies to breathe easier and there is far less chance of them aspirating or choking on spit-up. When babies sleep on their back, their trachea lies on top of their esophagus which makes it virutally impossible for spit-up or vomit from the esophagus to pool in...

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