Pampers UNICEF Partnership
What's the secret to raising a happy, healthy baby? The truth is, there really isn't one. As long as they get lots of love, plenty of sleep to grow and develop, and in time, the freedom to play their own way, you'll be giving them a great start.
Since 2006, Pampers has supported UNICEF and helped millions of babies enjoy their first smile by protecting them against newborn tetanus.
In a few weeks you and your partner will undergo one of the greatest changes in your lives as you become parents. Now is the time to embrace a team mentality! How can you best prepare in these last few weeks?
Whether you're a first-time mom or this is your second (or third or fourth!) child, watch one mom's tips to make the homecoming smooth and comfy for everyone.
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Nothing is more important to Pampers than the happy, healthy development of babies, which includes caring for the world they grow up in.
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Play comes in many different forms, from building towers out of blocks or feeding a favourite stuffed animal to simply racing around the garden for hours. Trying out different ways to play can help your toddler
For older babies, a good bedtime routine is essential to healthy growth. Consistency is important, such as bath - bottle - story - bed every night. If your child still won't settle, try varying the activities
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Your little one still has lots to figure out about the world and the people in it. One thing that's pretty much settled, though, are Mummy's and Daddy's roles: Mummy is simply Mummy, and Daddy is Daddy. But now
In the past twelve months, your baby has undergone an amazing amount of growth and development, trebled their body weight, started to talk, learned to move around, and taken huge strides socially too. So what's
Keeping your baby clean and dry is the best way to protect a newborn's skin. The nappy area is particularly vulnerable to infection and rashes, so it's vital to be extra vigilant when changing your little one.
If your little one doesn't seem to respond to any of your soothing techniques, he might have colic. But don't worry! Read on for tips to help calm your baby and hopefully get some quiet in the house!
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It's never too early to play with your baby. Babies learn about their world through a combination of sight, sound and touch. So go ahead: pull funny faces, sing nursery rhymes and tickle those tiny toes!
Has your toddler grown out of the cot stage? The answer's probably "Yes" once they're big enough to climb out of the cot on their own. But moving to a child bed is a big step that needs to be thought about and