1. Posted Written by: U Mamma Team

    For many first-time parents, organising a beach-day with their baby can seem a little daunting. How will you keep your little one shaded from the sun, for example? Should I bring a few changes of clothes or will one be ok? Where will my baby get her early afternoon nap?


    With this in mind, we’ve decided to write a list of the most helpful items to pack for your trip to the beach. From wind breaker to first aid kits, our list covers all the essentials. Take a quick look.


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  2. Posted Written by: U Mamma Team

    These days, we all know the importance of feeding our children a healthy, well-balanced diet. Although there’s still some debate among healthcare professionals about the benefits of certain types of food, there’s one thing all the experts agree on: too much sugar is bad for your health.


    In this week’s blog post, we offer five effective tips for cutting down on sugar around the house. Go ahead and take a look.

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  3. Posted Written by: U Mamma Team

    Here in Ireland, parents have no shortage of potential names for their babies. Not only do we have a long list of English names to choose from, but we also have a long and venerable list of Irish names to consider. However, despite the continuing popularity of certain Irish names - such as Oisín, Aoife, and Cian - some historical Irish names have fallen into obscurity.

     

    With this in mind, we’ve decided to dedicate this week’s blog post to some of the lesser known Irish names available to parents. Go ahead and take a quick look. You know you want to.

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  4. Posted Written by: U Mamma Team

    Language develops differently for different children. Generally, however, most toddlers will begin speaking very simple sentences between the age of 19 to 24 months old. Over the next 5 or 6 months, your toddler's vocabulary and language skills will begin developing at a remarkable rate.


    In this week’s blog post, we offer some tips for encouraging your toddler’s language skills and helping build their vocabulary. Go ahead and take a look.

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