This is my first ever Blog so please bear with me, not because this is my first ever blog, but because while writing this I also pretending to be a patient at my 2 year old son’s doctors surgery, otherwise known as my lounge. So here I sit with my laptop open, a plastic thermometer rather roughly shoved in my mouth (my son wins no prizes for his bedside manner!), a plastic bandage on my finger, having intermittent reflex testing on my knees with a plastic hammer! “Hmm, it’s not looking good,” comes a little voice at the side of me, not sure if that’s my son’s verdict on my “mock illness” or the sight of me at the end of another jam packed day with a toddler!Read More
Tuesday, 30 October 2012 21:28:31 Europe/London
Sunday, 28 October 2012 19:40:44 Europe/London
Every child is different and each develop at a different rate. Within your childs first few years they meet so many development milestones. One of the main ones you will remember throughout is your child's first wobbly steps on their own. Most children take their first steps by their first birthday, however the average age range is 9 months to 18 months. Read More
Friday, 16 March 2012 14:36:45 Europe/London
When your baby is born their little feet are made up mostly of cartilage and soft tissue that will eventually develop into the 26 bones, 19 muscles and 100 ligaments that will carry your child for the rest of their lives. At this stage your child’s foot is very delicate and susceptible to damage from the big wide world and hence will need support protection for the long journey ahead.