Prima Baby's Wondernanny offers help and advice for 3 year old Kayla, who will only poo in a nappy!The problem:Kayla will only do a poo in a nappy. She's quite capable of taking her own pants off and putting on a nappy herself in order to do a poo
Celebrate your pre and post baby curves with Gok's hot fashion advice for new mums everywhere! "Pregnancy might sometimes feel like an alien body invasion, but I can guarantee that everyone else is thinking youve never looked more gorgeous
than those who are not.'For more information parents can call the FSID's helpline on 020 7233 2090 or visit www.fsid.org.uk. The new advice on dummies is also published in the recent 'Reduce the Risk of Cot Death' leaflet.
Nahid de Belgeonne, owner of the Goodvibes fitness studios, joined us for a fitness and fertility webchat.
Here are some of the questions posted by our babyexpert.com users along with Nahids advice on the best ways to get fit before getting
need to know about antenatal care, exercising while pregnant, foods to avoid, giving birth and much more. The young woman's guide to a healthy pregnancy If you are a young woman aged 16-19 this 96-page full-colour book is aimed at you. Its packed
Q: My baby has his first set of jabs on Friday - is there anything I can do to help him prepare before, and get over it after?? Will there be any side effects? Dr Miriam Stoppard says: 'There's lots you can do. First of all you should know that if you're anxious your baby will p...
. It sounds as if you have a shorter menstrual cycle and you should start testing on day 10. The signs of ovulations include an increase in cervical mucus which is often stringy. Your temperature will rise by 0.5 1% after ovulation. You may also have some
-off event.If you want to join us, you must be past the first trimester of your pregnancy (ie more than 12 weeks pregnant) by April 13, and able to get to central London for the coffee morning at 10am on Tuesday April 15. We can help you out with travel
and you might even find yourself enjoying the closeness with your baby. For support and advice, visit your local breastfeeding clinic, call The Breastfeeding Network on 0300 100 0212 or see our breastfeeding channel.Problem: I'm worried my baby isn
, is it soft? If so then she's taken the milk from it. Most breastfed babies lose weight initially but are normally back up to their birth weight by day 10. If you're still worried speak to your health visitor.