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Pre-conception

My Journey with Endometriosis and Infertility

QENDO Ambassador and 1029 Hot Tomato Radio Host Emily-Jade O'Keefe on her journey with Endometriosis and infertility

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Advice and Resources for Disabled Parents

Although it might require some extra planning and perhaps some home modifications, it is certainly possible for disabled individuals to achieve their dream of becoming parents.

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Male nutrition and how it can improve fertility

Current reports indicate that fertility problems affect approximately 15% of Australian couples. There’s a lot of focus on women improving their diet and lifestyle but dad’s-to-be should aim to improve their diet just as much as their partners. Sub-optimal diets can contribute to low sperm outputs and/or sperm abnormalities.

So women trying to conceive, here are three key dietary changes that your partner or husband may need to focus on to improve fertility...

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Smoking and fertility

If you are hoping to have a baby and either you or your partner smoke, you need to quit for many reasons but also to help increase your chances of conceiving.

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Pregnancy

Birth information Pregnancy nutrition Pregnancy health

7 Steps to amazing pregnancy photos

7 Steps to Stunning Maternity Photos - Channon Williamson gives us her expert advice for creating truly beautiful maternity photos.

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Mind The Gap - All you need to know about abdominal muscle separation!

Abdominal Muscle Separation, or Diastasis, is a normal part of being pregnant. In this article we bust some myths about diastasis and how to help muscle recovery after birth.

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What Is NeurOptimal Neurofeedback?

Neurofeedback is a non-invasive brain training that helps the brain return to stability and operate at it’s best.

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Why do I feel so tired during pregnancy?

Fatigue in pregnancy is common and can can throw many women off guard, both by its severity and that it occurs so early on in pregnancy. Here's why tiredness occurs and some tips to help you through each trimester

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Baby

Newborn care Baby feeding Baby sleep Baby safety Nappies Baby development

Ideal sleep environments for babies and toddlers

While there is no major formula for getting babies to sleep, you can certainly improve your chances of rest by making a few adjustments to the sleep environment.

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Starting your baby on solid foods - Tips and advice!

Introducing solids in your baby's diet is important for helping your baby learn to eat, giving them experiences of new tastes and textures from a range of foods, developing their teeth and jaws, and building other skills that they'll need later for language development.

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Introducing solids – what & when?!

Introducing solid foods to baby is a very confusing and daunting task for most first-time parents. Most of us are wondering ‘how, what and when do I feed my baby?’

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How to get your baby to sleep

As a Newborn Photographer in Perth, when mummies come in for their newborn sessions, they nearly all ask how I get those babies to sleep so I can capture those early precious new days.

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Parenting

General parenting Parenting help

Dealing with burns

Did you know 88% of minor burns occur at home, but 90% of burns sufferers don’t know how to correctly treat them? The aim of first aid for burns is to stop the burning process, cool the burn and cover the burn.

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What every parent needs to know about choking

It’s every parent’s worst nightmare: watching their child struggle for breath as they begin choking. If you have a child or are expecting, taking a class that covers baby choking and infant CPR is a good way to be prepared.

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6 Essential Items For Easy Family Travel

Travel, especially long distance with kids can be daunting and if the thought of it alone makes your stress-levels rise, then you will be pleased to know that there are some helpful travel items available to make it easier.

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Creative Play vs. Digital Babysitting

Playing with our kids and letting go can be hard when we feel so time poor and pressured. It seems easier to resort to screens as digital baby-sitters. But as we know and as research shows, play is essential to the development of a child.

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Toddler

Toddler nutrition Toddler development Toddler care

Reasons why role playing is important for your child

The benefits of role playing among kids are fundamental in enhancing skills required for healthy development. It is no wonder child therapists use role play therapy to help children going through difficult situations and even to treat conditions such as autism.

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A Nurturing Approach to Early Learning

Research on brain development and learning confirms how crucial the early years are in a child’s learning and development. Eighty-five per cent of the foundation for a child’s intellect, personality and skills is formed by age 5. Placing your child in a carefully selected early learning environment will enable them to flourish - supporting decision-making, encouraging involvement, and promoting independence.

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5 tips for staying safe with toddlers while out and about

We all know how fast toddlers can be. Those who look after little kids are well-versed in the safety hazards to look out for but when caring for an adventurous toddler isn’t your full-time job, it can be hard to remember everything you need to keep in check.

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Self-feeding, Spoon-feeding and obesity

Self feeding is still the most natural, healthy and enjoyable way for able kids to feed, and sets great food habits. The jury is still out on whether it prevents obesity, and there are now tools to make it easier!

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Parenting BlogSpot

Meet the PBC Expo Resident Dad George Georgievski

Introducing PBC Expos first ever Resident Dad, George Georgiveski of School Lunch Box. George is a 44 year old dad from Geelong who uses his creativity to make amazing lunches for his 2 daughters and in the process has built an amazing online following by inspiring mums, dads and care givers through both his lunches and his parenting style.

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Anxiety in Breastfeeding, Mastitis & Support

Amanda describes her experience with Mastitis and overcoming her fears associated with breast feeding in public.

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Change your expectations, not your baby

Many new parents have expectations of what it is like to have a new baby - but how realistic are they. Learn why asking for, and accepting, help is a good idea

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My Journey with Endometriosis and Infertility

QENDO Ambassador and 1029 Hot Tomato Radio Host Emily-Jade O'Keefe on her journey with Endometriosis and infertility

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