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15 May 2007
10:49:09

Please Support Madeleine's Family
Three-year-old Madeleine McCann from Rothley, Leicestershire disappeared on May 3 during a holiday with her parents in the Algarve region of Southern Portugal. The little girl went missing from her bedroom between 9.30 and 10 p.m. while her parents Kate and Gerry were dining just 100 yards away at t . . . Read More
15 May 2007
10:25:41

How To Tackle A Nappy Rash
Nappy Rash is the term used to describe a rash or irritation in the area covered by the nappy. The first sign of nappy rash is usually redness or small bumps on the lower abdomen, buttocks, genitals and thigh folds – surfaces that have been in direct contact with the wet or soiled nappy. This type o . . . Read More
14 May 2007
10:58:34

Weaning from Breast to Bottle
A number of nursing mums begin to wean their babies between four and seven months so they can return to work or resume other activities away from the child. Even if you don’t plan to stop breastfeeding until later, you may still want to start giving your baby an occasional bottle of either breast mi . . . Read More
10 May 2007
10:35:01

Traveling with your baby
Traveling with your baby during her infancy is probably the easier traveling that you will ever do. For the first few months, all your baby will care about is her comfort – a full stomach, a clean nappy and a comfortable place to lie down or sit. If you can satisfy these basic needs then your baby w . . . Read More
01 May 2007
11:05:43

Feeding And Nutrition – Your Baby’s First Month
Breastmilk or formula should be your baby’s basic source of nutrition for the first twelve months. Even though you don’t have to worry much about the baby’s diet, you still need to ensure a regular pattern of feedings and make sure he’s getting enough calories for growth.

Establishing a patt . . . Read More
30 March 2007
10:58:40

Keep Your Baby Safe – Selecting the Right High chair and Carry Cot
The following guidelines should help you select the safest possible high chairs and carry cots for your baby.

High Chairs

The most dangerous risk associated with high chairs is falls. To minimise the risk of your baby falling check the following:
20 March 2007
14:51:47

Has play made a difference in your child’s life? Nominate now for star ‘players’
This is a press release from Fisher-Price. MummyNetwork recommends that you spend some time reading this, nominate and make a difference to the lives of people who support our children.

Press Release

The Pre-School Learning Alliance, in association with Fisher-Price, is calling . . . Read More
15 March 2007
18:43:51

This Year's Mummy of the Year Award
Jordan (Katie Price) has been crowned Celebrity Mum of the Year on March 15 2007!

Jordan, 28, was chosen by the public and beat the Celebrity Big Brother contestant Jade Goody, model Kate Moss and Heather Mills McCartney to the title.
She is mother to Harvey, four, and two-year-old Junior. . . . Read More
13 March 2007
12:43:09

Speed through cleaning tactics for Yummy Mummies
Even if you were the best housekeeper before you had the baby, there are probably a few pieces of Lego hiding between your sofa and cushions now! And even if you were a little slack before, you are most likely facing more muddy shoes, broken crayons, and smudgy fingerprints than you imagined. It may . . . Read More
02 March 2007
13:06:32

Pros and Cons of Breastfeeding
The Best Baby Food

As you already know, breast milk is the best possible food for any baby. Its main ingredients are sugar (lactose), easily digestible protein (whey and casein) and fat (digestible fatty acids) all of which are properly balanced to suit your baby and protect him agains . . . Read More
28 February 2007
16:38:47

Raising Twins
Having twins means much more than simply having two babies at once and this challenge goes beyond having twice the work or pleasure. Very often twins are born early and therefore tend to be smaller than the average baby. Caring for twins can be extremely challenging so try and get as much help and s . . . Read More
15 February 2007
12:01:53

The First Baby Feeding
If you had a normal delivery, and you and your baby are alert and awake, you should nurse your baby as soon as he’s born. If you had complications with your delivery, or your newborn needs immediate medical assistance, you need to wait a few hours. If the first feeding takes place within the first d . . . Read More
22 January 2007
15:27:13

Enjoy some "babymooning" with the BabyGurus
FOR many mums-to-be the rush from work to antenatal class - which may mean missing a meal - is so stressful that focusing on the session itself can be very difficult even though it is aimed at preparing them for one of the most important days of their lives.

But now help is at hand thanks to . . . Read More
22 January 2007
15:22:31

Learning in luxury. Welcome your new arrival with the BabyGurus
Mummy Network recommends the BabyGurus
Preparing for your new baby is one of the most exciting and most important times of your life. Now you can indulge yourself as you wait for your new arrival thanks to a new company called The Baby Gurus and their Babymooning weekends.

The Ba . . . Read More
18 January 2007
11:34:51

Your baby’s first foods
Getting your baby to eat his first foods can seem like a daunting milestone, but it’s definitely not the end of the world. When the time is right and when he is ready he will figure it out with your help. Before you start, remember that offering solids is a gradual process as your baby until now has . . . Read More
15 January 2007
09:07:48

Some smart gentle ways to ease past childrens’ favourite sleep-time delay tactics

My little one loves to delay her sleep time by brushing her teeth for 20 minutes or simply refusing to get out of the bath. Kids are smart enough to know that putting on pyjamas and brushing teeth will soon lead to lights-out.

Some useful tips moms swear by:

Make a chart Mak . . . Read More
04 January 2007
12:49:36

Safety checklist at your baby’s daycare
A very Happy New Year to all the Yummy Mummies. Hope 2007 brings you and your family success, happiness and good health.

If this is the year that you are going back to work after your maternity leave and you are considering putting your little one in a daycare you might want to make sure that . . . Read More
15 December 2006
15:21:44

Some surprising things that your baby needs


However devoted we Yummy Mummies are it is sometimes not uncommon to overlook certain things that our baby needs. Here’s what you should give your baby:

1. More sleep: Most parents guess that their baby needs about 8-12 hours of sleep per day. However studies have showed that a . . . Read More
13 December 2006
18:59:30

Preparing your other children for the new baby


If you have other children, you will need to think carefully of how and when to tell them that you are pregnant and that they’ll soon have a little brother or sister. If you have a child who is older than four, then you might want to tell her as soon as you tell your family and friends. Make . . . Read More
11 December 2006
12:59:36

Healthy Sips for the Yummy Mummy

Its important to keep yourself hydrated. Here are lists of drinks that are good and bad for you - those that have a high calorie intake and those that are good for you health-wise.

1.Water: Drink water. It keeps you extremely hydrated without adding a single calorie. 8 glasses a da . . . Read More
15 February 2007
12:09:31

Celebrity Yummy Mummies
We are always on the lookout for those celebrity yummy mummies. We are always curious on what are they wearing, what their kids are wearing or even wondering how they manage to have such a flat tummy just 2 months after they give birth!!

The top 10 Celebrity Yummy Mummies this year are:Read More
27 November 2006
18:00:12

Holiday Delights
Children live in the moment and if the moment is full of excitement and happiness that’s really good enough for them. They are full of anticipation when it comes to the holiday season. There is simply so much to look forward to – holidays, presents, decorations, yummy food, fancy clothes and of cour . . . Read More
15 November 2006
18:35:18

Important health tests every Yummy Mummy should take

Mums never miss taking their kids for their immunisations or forget to book their husband’s dental appointments. They even remind their mums of their mammogram exams. But when was the last time you went to see your doctor for a medical check-up? You probably don’t even remember. It’s really impo . . . Read More


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