As car seats are a legal requirement until your child is either age 12, or 135cm tall, you will need one to get your new baby home from the hospital- as some may not discharge you without one- it is likely to be one of the first important items you purchase. Your child's safety is paramount and only EU-approved seats or boosters can be used in the UK.
Feeding a baby can be messy business, and it’s certainly one you have to be prepared for. Whether you can breastfeed or not, you’re going to need bottles as you can’t always
If you opt for breastfeeding, you are provided with most of the necessary bits you need to get started but there is a lot of useful things out there to make your life easier, and have a bit more comfort.
Babies and young children are naturally curious, so you’re going to need to make your home safe for them, whether they’re just a newborn, crawling or toddling around. It can be very easy for a new parent to panic and go over the top, but all you need is a bit of common sense.
Originally implemented in the EU in July 2013, and added to UK legislation in March 2015, i-Size has been introduced to ensure the development of new car seats takes a step forward in safety.
With so many pushchairs out there, it can be a little overwhelming for a new or expecting parent to even know where to begin. It's a big decision to make, as you'll be using a pushchair when they're toddlers, so making the right choice for you and your child is important.
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