Sitting is an important milestone for your baby – it’s the first step towards her becoming independently mobile. By Kim
Will your preemie reach her milestones, such as walking and teething, at the same time as other children? By Kim
Growth monitoring is the regular measurement of your child’s size to monitor his growth. Registered dietician and head of Discovery
Here’s a roundup of 5 great baby development apps to track your little one's progress from birth to one year
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From your little one’s nursery walls, to the bright hues of colour in nature, did you know that colour plays
Can a simple childhood game detect autism early? We asked childcare expert and occupational therapist Meg Faure for her view,
Physiotherapist Tracy Prowse explains why crawling is an important, but not essential, skill for development. By Camilla Rankin
Your baby’s leaps to greater awareness might be an important, and exciting, stage of development, but they can also wreak
Occupational therapist, Tamaryn Hunter, gives ideas for developmental games you can play with your 6- to 12 month-old child.
If you see your little one rocking back and forth on her knees, it could mean she’s ready to start
Follow these tips to stimulate your little one's language development. By Tammy Jacks
Plus, when you can expect your little one to take her first steps. By Tammy Jacks
Find out why your newborn jumps and jitters, grasps your hand or thrusts her tongue (and more) in our newborn
Help your baby reach his big milestones by encouraging these activities. By Marianne McDonald
Your baby will reach many major milestones before he’s three, but the little moments in between are just as important.
Understand and manage your baby's changing emotional and develomental needs. By Sr Ann Richardson
Here’s why it’s important for your little one to spend time on her tummy every day.
Here’s everything you need to know about your baby’ sensory development during the first year and how to nurture it.
Watching your baby grow and develop is exciting – here is what you can typically expect from birth to 12
Crawling is your baby’s first method of moving around on his own. Here’s why you should encourage this milestone.
Plus, tips on a how to have a healthy twin pregnancy. By Tammy Jacks
You might be up to your ears in dirty diapers and marathon feeding sessions with your newborn, but as most
If your baby is hungrier or crankier than usual, chances are that he is going through a growth spurt. Here’s