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“Remember when?” - Thousands of HiPP parents share the moments that really matter

Posted on 28. November 2016 by admin

When it comes to the moments that matter, there’s not much in life that outranks parenthood. From that first heart-stopping realisation that you’re actually, really pregnant, to your baby’s first gummy smile, to the moment you finally manage to convince your little one to try broccoli, life as a parent is chock-full of little victories and big laughs, and dozens of moments you hope never to forget. 

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Toddler tastes – how your little one develops “favourite” foods

Posted on 22. November 2016 by admin

Is your toddler... how shall we put this... bananas about bananas? Or perhaps in your house, it’s sweet potato, or pasta? Most toddlers are prone to having food favourites, and as you’ve probably already realised, they can often adore their fave food of the moment to the exclusion of just about everything else – no matter how carefully prepared or creatively presented it is.

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Five frustrating things toddlers do – and why they’re actually essential for development

Posted on 09. November 2016 by admin

As all parents know, toddlers are some of the most adorable little people on the planet –  and what with those kissable cheeks, those gorgeous baby curls and that tendency to give big, loving hugs, how could they not be? But as parents also know, these exact same fonts of cuteness also have the power to drive you right to distraction... and they do tend to use it. Just about every day. 

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Potty training – boys vs girls

Posted on 09. November 2016 by admin

Learning to use the potty is an important milestone for all toddlers – but it’s a good idea to remember that potty training is not a one-size-fits-all pursuit. Just as little boys and girls can be startlingly different in the ways they learn and play, they tend to approach toileting quite differently, too. So to give you a head start (and hopefully save some head-shaking), here are a few gender-specific strategies to help you get your toddler from nappies to knickers with the least fuss. 



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Microfashion: Why toddlers love to choose their own outfits

Posted on 08. November 2016 by admin

(Credit: Julia Koumbassa, via Huffington Post)

When it comes to true cutting-edge style, even the most ardent fashionista would have a tough time competing with your average toddler. Starting at around age three, many toddlers suddenly turn into tiny style mavens, obsessed with making fashion choices for themselves. And, as any parent knows, this can result in some rather interesting outfits.

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