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Lauraine

Your Parenting Tips

Hi to all our members, The Huggies team would like to hear about some of your parenting tips you...

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Newborns don't have a good immune system, so they are easily affected to infection. Always remember it that, every time before...

Lauraine

Nappy Changing Tips

Share your tips for making nappy change time fun for your baby.

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My baby had a terrible nappy rash. The doctor sent me to the rch as he didn't know what to suggest after steroid cream didn...

Lauraine

Your Safety Tips

What a great resource Huggies Mums are, on all sorts of topics. Can you share any safety tips wit...

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make sure there aren't any small pieces and that nothing can come off of it to prevent choking. I try to get plastic toys the b...

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Huggies Jumbo Nappies Boxes - NEW ZEALAND

To all our valued Huggies members in New Zealand; two years ago we increased the number of nappie...

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i should say thank you as i'm sure in the next year we will start buying these..

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Huggies Jumbo Nappies Boxes - AUSTRALIA

To all our valued Huggies members in Australia, we wanted to let you know about some important ch...

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3 things you may not know about using a dummy (pacifier)

There are a lot of misconceptions about using a dummy with your little one. We thought we'd ...

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Aeryn_Walker

when is too soon to return to work??

I'm a teacher and am wondering if 4 -5 weeks is too early to return to work after bub gets h...

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Hi lovely ladies this may be of interest if you would like to earn an income but prefer not to return to work. I am looking for othe...

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What are your favourite baby hacks?

Here are 5 of our favourites but we'd love to hear from you guys so we can share top tips! ...

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Theresascardoni

Baby massage

My son is 9 and a half months i was wonderring if any one has ever used moisturiser instead of oi...

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you absolutely can use moisteriser there are specific ones just for baby eg:johnson andd johnson sorboline and a large variety of ot...

Annemaree_Frost

Different types of nappies in Huggies

I'm trying to find what the difference is between Huggies ultra dry vs Huggies ultimate. I a...

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Hi there if you would like to chat to our Customer Service Centre who will be happy to help you out: Our team of service staff are ...

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Nappy Bag Check List

For changing … nappies (at least 3) nappy rash cream portable change mat tissues wipes (small tr...

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What is the best piece of advice you received as a new mum?

The first few months of parenthood are full of wonder but can also be anxiety inducing as you jug...

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5 ways to sooth a crying baby

1. Shooshing and rocking Rock your munchkin in a carrier while shooshing over and over again in ...

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5 ways to be a more confident mum

1. Fake it til you make it To be more self-confident, begin by acting like it. Your baby will fe...

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What have you tried to get rid of your baby's excess gas?

Many babies suffer from a build up of gas in their tummies. Gentle stomach massage or anti-wind d...

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Our Favourite Baby Hacks - What are your's?

1. Nipple Cream makes an excellent lip balm Gorgeous Aussie A-Lister, Margot Robbie uses nipple ...

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Nward7253

Recommendations please??

Dose anyone know of any baby organization that would help with Prams cots bit an pieces or anythi...

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When did you first leave the house with your newborn?

Leaving the hospital for the first time with your little bundle of joy can feel daunting. Leaving...

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Have you travelled long haul with a young baby?

We/ve just had a forum member write in with an interesting question and we thought we would ask y...

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Great thanks so much for your replies! Misshassett wrote: Hi, I have justcomw back from Ireland with my 5 month old boy. He was 12 ...

Juliarbrts43

Cleft Palate and Lip

My baby is two years old and he has cleft palate. I will have to take him to school within a yea...

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How to burp your baby

Learning to burp your baby is a big part of the early feeding process. Babies swallow air during ...

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Conniesimi

Nappies

I have a bit of a problem with nappies, my wee boy is 9 weeks old and i put him in crawler nappie...

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I guess you change nappy once in the night and also use rashes cream because sometimes kid wakes up due to rashes on their skin.

Sbtg430

I think my baby has Reflux help please

Ok i need help My baby will feed play sleep!! When i see her looking sleepie i will rock her for...

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Donnamacgregor

Cheaper refills for Sangenic bin?

Hi does anyone know if diaper genie refill cassettes fit in a Sangenic bin? They are so much che...

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The Nile www.thenile.co.nz are $70 for a 6 pack compared to $80-90! other places.

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10 Great Ways To Save Money on Baby Items

It's tempting to spend big and indeed many baby lists can stretch for pages. But you don...

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*OurDarling*

Drool Rash and Dry Skin

Hello, My 5 month old DD has started to develop a bad drool rash on her chin and cheeks. She's a...

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Hope this could help: http://wellbeingkid.com/teething-rash-on-body-a...

CharlotteKey

Horrible nappy rash!

Hello mums! So the eight month old I am look after while her mum is working is currently teethin...

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Yes it's very true both my boys get this horrible rash DS1 gets it extremely bad all down his legs and walks like he just came ...

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Baby Massage for better sleep and improved immune systems

https://www.huggies.com.au/baby-care/skin-care/...

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Lil_hippo

Alternative to the national vaccination schedule

After reading number of books, posts on the pros and cons of vaccinating my bubba...I decided vac...

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@Lil_Hippo I know it's been a while but how did you go with that list of doctors?

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Essential Guide for Safe Swaddling

Swaddling young babies works because it creates a feeling of safety and mimics the tight feeling ...

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Baby Gear - what are the absolute essentials?

In the excitement of preparing for your little one's arrival, it's easy to go overboard...

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3 tips to help your baby get stronger

It may seem like your baby spends a lot of time lying around, but she actually gets in a vigorous...

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Baby rashes and what to do about them

https://www.huggies.com.au/baby-care/skin-care/...

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I was just reading about rashes the other day on http://brisbanemumsgroup.com.au/five-common-ras... and thought it might be of use t...

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10 Top Tips for Long-Haul Travel with Babies

1. Breastfeed or bottle feed your infant on take-off and descent, which will help relieve air pre...

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Itching for help with childhood eczema?

Thank you so much for this information. My 6 month old son was diagnosed with eczema at 4 month...

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Foderma serum is one of the best way to help childhood eczema. This serum is the only thing that has helped my daughter with her ecz...

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Tips for dealing with baby skin rashes

https://www.huggies.com.au/baby-care/skin-care/...

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How to keep your baby cool in hot weather

We've been having some scorching hot days in Australia this summer. The heat may cause your ...

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Haydzsam

Gel Pad Pram/Seat liners or Cooling Liners etc etc

Hi There Just wondering if anyone is or has been using any pram/car seat liners for hot &/o...

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Check out these important water safety tips!

https://www.huggies.com.au/parenting/child-safe...

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Why your baby cries and top tips for settling

Your baby cries for many reasons such as: - colic - hunger -dirty nappy -over-tiredness – do the...

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