Featured post
Latest posts

Losing weight after having a baby – what’s healthy?

Posted on 07/06/2022 by Sudocrem

It’s common for new mothers to focus on losing weight after having their  baby.  Social media doesn’t help to create impossible expectations of returning quickly to pre-pregnancy shape and size. But the reality is that losing too much weight, too quickly after childbirth can compromise a new mother’s health and well-being.  And if she is […]


Why night feeding needs a different approach

Posted on 12/05/2022 by Sudocrem

All babies need to wake at night and feed.  This is because they can’t drink large amounts of milk at one time and their metabolism works quickly, emptying their stomach and digesting the milk.    It’s not until around 6-7 months of age that many babies can sleep for longer, continuous periods without needing to wake […]


How to raise a kind child

Posted on 30/03/2022 by Sudocrem

We all want our children to be kind to others. After all, kindness and empathy are basic human skills which make life safer and more enjoyable. But it can be hard to know exactly how to encourage small people to be kind, especially when they often behave as if they’re the only ones who matter. […]


Postnatal depression

Posted on 01/03/2022 by Sudocrem

Postnatal depression (PND) is common – more than 1 in 7 new mothers will be depressed in the first year of their baby’s life. Postnatal anxiety is just as common, and frequently, both depression and anxiety are coupled together.  The way PND affects each woman depends on a number of individual factors. It can be […]