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To reserve your child's place at the Free Trial sessions on Tue 12th or Thu 14th April, simply send us a message with your child's full name, date of birth, session time needed and your contact telephone number!
Places are strictly limited to 14 children per class, so book now to avoid disappointment!
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Had a sleepless night or a bad day - a lovely article to remind us of the unexpected perks of being a parent. Tag your friends with babies.
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BABY SENSORY CLASSES are running throughout the summer with a choice of Baby Sensory Classes mornings or afternoons daily Tuesdays to Fridays in our new Exclusive Sensory Suite within M Club Spa and Fitness - if you would like to join our fantastic classes in our fantastic venue then please pm me here or text/call Jayne 07972 105966 Suitable for babies from newborn to 13 months.
How to keep your baby cool in hot weather – 10 top tips By Dr. Lin Day our Baby Sensory Founder.
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1. The best way to stay cool and comfortable in hot weather is to keep your baby in the shade especially between 11 am and 3 pm, when UV radiation is at its strongest. A sun tent can provide shade, but make sure that it doesn’t get too hot inside.
2. If you need to venture out in the heat, dress your baby in lightweight cotton clothing (synthetic fibres will make your baby sweat) that cover the legs and arms, and a brimmed sunhat. Attach a sunshade to the pushchair to keep your baby cool and to provide skin protection from the sun. Check that there are no metal parts on the pushchair that can get hot and burn your baby
3. A shaded paddling pool is a great way to keep your baby cool in hot weather. Ensure that your baby is closely supervised at all times. Alternatively, if your baby is three months or older, a swimming pool is a fun way to cool down. If your baby starts to shiver, it is time to get out and get dressed.
4. One of the simplest ways to find out if your baby is too hot is to place your hand on the back of his neck or on his tummy. A cold water bottle placed on your baby’s tummy will help to cool him down.
5. A thermometer will help you to monitor the temperature of your baby’s nursery. Your baby will sleep more comfortably when the room is between 16°C (61°F) and 18°C (65 °F). Bottles of frozen water can help reduce room temperature.
6. Reduce bedtime clothing and bedding to a minimum in hot weather, and keep your baby’s room well ventilated. Consider putting your baby in a lightweight (0.5 tog) sleeping bag with just a nappy on.
7. When travelling, place a portable blackout blind or sunscreen in the side window to reduce temperature and glare, and to help shield your baby’s skin and eyes from the sun. Alternatively, consider travelling at night when the temperature is cooler, or use a fan to circulate air.
8. Going without a nappy can help your baby to keep cool, dry and comfortable indoors. It is also the most effective treatment for nappy rash.
9. Sponge your baby’s forehead with cool water to make him feel more comfortable. However, body sponging is not recommended because it can make your baby shiver, which increases temperature.
10. Place your baby on a natural lamb’s wool fleece on the floor, where the air is cooler. The fleece will absorb moisture, which when released, will cool your baby down. Air circulating around the fibres will also help to disperse heat. A lamb’s wool fleece is an ideal way to keep your baby cool in the push chair or car seat, and on long-distance journeys. www.babysensory.com/en/classdetails/stoke
babysensory.com Baby Sensory - Baby Development Classes. Classes run weekly in Staffordshire and Cheshire. Baby Sensory classes include Baby Signing, baby music, light shows, bubbles, puppets and sensory experiences to help your baby develop.
[06/06/15] HELP WANTED - Does anyone know of a Painter/Decorator available to quote for a large painting job but must be available to do the work Wednesday 1st July onwards - Please message me contact details here or text details to 07972 105966 Thanks Jayne
BABY SENSORY CLASSES exclusively for babies from birth to 13 months. New Classes launch in Alsager Thursday 12th February 2.00pm-2.45pm at Alsager Community Church on Lawton Road, Alsager. To book a place to come along and share our beautiful Baby Valentine themed class with baby next week please message me here or call/text Jayne 07972 105966 or email [email protected]
Sensory development classes for babies from birth to 13 months. We've done the research to you and relax and enjoy the fun!!
Please share and tag any friends either expecting a baby or who have a baby 0-13 months. A wonderful insight into the world of Baby Sensory, take a look at the video and experience the Baby Sensory Magic I enjoy every day.
Click the link below to book your class http://www.babysensory.com/en/ClassDetails/stoke
Baby Sensory North Staffs, South Cheshire & Telford
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