So now you’re armed with a stack of ideas, run them by your family members and get cracking! Or even better, put the activity suggestions into a bucket and pull them out at random. Whether it’s one a week or one a day, you’ll definitely be making the most of winter!
0-12 month development
Baby poo: Everything you ever wanted to know
Author: Brooke Tasovac
Whether this is your first or second time being a mother, what is happening in your baby’s digestive system can be a confusing question. It can be difficult for mothers to tell when things are not normal.
As verified by Dr Scott Dunlop, a consultant paediatrician and the founder and director of Sydney Paediatrics, many things can affect a baby’s bowel movements. This ranges from whether breastmilk or formula should be given, through to changes caused by teething or sickness.
Babies’ bowel movements can differ in colour, odour, consistency, and frequency each day depending on their diets.
Refer to the full article for an in-depth look at how a baby’s digestive system works in the very first months.