HSE article for Everyday care
How to build a consistent bedtime routine that will help your child develop good sleep habits
Teething symptoms appear from about 13 weeks on. Read how to identify and deal with your baby’s teething problems, what to expect, and when to get medical advice.
You will need to regularly wind and burp your newborn. Wind is air that your baby has swallowed when they were feeding, crying or yawning. Learn tips for winding your baby.
Learn about dreams that upset or frighten your child, what causes them, prevention and how to help your child.
Naps are very important for babies and toddlers. Children usually continue to nap until around age 3. Read about when your baby or toddler should nap and how you can help them nap
Every child has a different sleep pattern. Some babies need more or less sleep than other babies. Read about how much sleep your baby, toddler or child needs at each stage from their birth
How to toilet train your child at night and what to do when your child wets the bed
Find out why your child sucks their thumb or a soother, the effects this has on their development, and how to encourage them to stop.
Find out how to keep your child fit and active and why it’s important to their development.
How to care for your baby’s teeth and how to prevent tooth decay.
A newborn baby's skin is much thinner and more sensitive than adult skin. Skincare concerns are common for newborns, so don't worry. These practical tips will help you care for your baby's skin.
Babies cry for many reasons. Crying is your baby's way of communicating with you that they need something. Learn about a number of reasons your baby may be crying.
How to deal with toddler temper tantrums and what to do if your child has started shouting, biting or kicking.
Time-out can help your child learn a better way to behave when they are feeling frustrated or angry. Find out how time-out can be used to help discipline a child who is misbehaving.
Find out why your child is a fussy eater and what you can do to help them eat properly.
It is important to bathe your baby correctly in order to keep them safe. Adult supervision is necessary for your baby at all times. Read tips and a step-by-step guide on how to safely bathe your baby.
Your baby or child's sleep routine will change as they grow. Find out how much sleep they'll need from newborn to age 2 and how to help develop a sleep routine.