Why is teething so important?

It's easy to get distracted by all the gorgeous designs and new colours but do teething products really help? The teething stage is a very important part of babies physical development but also their emotional development. How they develop coping mechanisms and learn to comfort themselves. So what's going on... technically speaking babies can begin teething from 3 months to 36 months, technically speaking each tooth (or pair of teeth) should only cause trouble 5 days before 'eruption' and 3 days after. That's what the books tell us, but us mums who...

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Freshers Flu…

Let's start by remembering it's great the kids are back at school... but dang why are they all so snotty right now, haha. My two have only just recovered from 'freshers flu'. We're all back out in the world doing school drop offs, after school clubs, real food shopping. After 6 months of zero contact and no colds, plus a change in the weather and we have been bombarded by the usual germs and it's resulted in snot snot snot! Poor little ones are all bunged up as their older siblings...

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