Sleep is essential at all stages of life and is particularly important for children. Learn how to better understand your baby's sleep and find out what the experts think.
After a nine-month wait, your baby is finally born and a new life begins for you and your family. Get our tips on getting back in shape after childbirth and on joyfully welcoming your baby into the world.
At around 8 months old, your baby’s nature can suddenly change – and in quite a spectacular way. These behavioural changes are quite normal and are no cause for concern.
Your baby was born a few months ago and your maternity leave will soon be over. Out of choice or out of necessity, you are soon going to have to go back to work.
Pain, bad moods and red buttocks… teething brings with it numerous little headaches that complicate life for your baby.
Carrying your baby against you - holding him in place with a scarf or a baby carrier - will help him gently discover the new world he has arrived in.
It is very important to make a few changes to your home so that your baby can freely and safely explore his immediate environment.
You’re a glowing new mother! After nine months of waiting, you’re finally holding your baby in your arms. Your body has gone through lots of changes during this time.
Preparing for your baby's cozy nursery is an exciting part of pregnancy!
You have just had one of the most beautiful experiences a woman will ever have: the birth of your baby. And you may have decided to breastfeed to continue to feel as close to your baby as you did during the nine months of pregnancy.
Partial or total weaning involves replacing breastfeeding with bottles of formula or mother’s milk.