Label: Baby 0-3 months
Read about your baby’s five senses – what to expect baby's first year
A baby’s vision is blurry during the first three months. If a baby had the sharp focus of an adult, the sheer quantity of impressions would be overwhelming. Read about your baby’s five senses – what to expect baby's first year.
After giving birth – newborn baby care
Midwife Maria Sahlin explains the huge transition newborn babies experience at birth and what happens during the first 48 hours after giving birth.
7 things that encourage language development in children
Babies love closeness and seek contact from the moment they’re born. Here are 7 simple tips for encouraging language development in children and strengthening your baby bond.
How baby attachment works
Our interest in looking at other people forms an important part of what we call the bonding process. This is the baby’s ability to form an attachment to one or two of the people closest to them – usually their parents. By learning more about how baby attachment works, you can strengthen the bond between you and your baby.
Did you know this about a baby head?
Imagine if your head accounted for one third of your total body weight! A newborn baby head does. As a baby isn’t strong enough to hold up their head unaided, a baby head needs proper support during the first five months.
When do babies start crawling?
Learn more about the exciting time from baby’s first days until the crawl/roll/scoot stage. We’ve asked doctor and paediatric orthopaedist Göran Kendorf to explain the development from a tiny bundle to a baby who moves around independently.