RSV – What is Respiratory Syncytial Virus? | Window to the Womb

RSV Virus is a common virus, and almost all children are infected with this by the time they reach 2 years old. The virus can make it’s way down the small airwaves in the lungs (also known as the bronchioles) and cause them to become inflamed.  The virus is spread through coughs and sneezes and can live on surfaces – … Read More

You & Your Baby’s Chinese Zodiac Signs | Window to the Womb

Chinese New Year is a traditional and very important Chinese holiday. Also known as the Spring Festival, it is also referred to as the Lunar New Year. It’s marked on the 23rd day of the 12th month in the Chinese lunar calendar ans this year it’s February 5th! Traditionally, animals are used to symbolise each birth year, so if you’re little one is due this 2019; … Read More

Colds and Sniffles: How to Make Your Little One Feel Better | Window to the Womb

With little noses come little sniffles and with the weather getting more chillier we’re much more susceptible to catching colds – babies especially. This is because their immune systems haven’t developed enough to fight off 100’s of viruses that can cause us to catch infection. It can be scary for a new mum and one of the more common reasons … Read More

How to Know When You’re Baby’s Teething | Window to the Womb

We have all experienced tooth ache at least once or some may have experienced it more than once and we can all agree that the pain is excruciating. But as adults if we do have tooth ache we can visit the dentist or take a tablet to ease the pain. But for a baby its different, they will experience teething … Read More

How to Manage a Toddler and a Baby | Window to the Womb

When is the right time to tell your toddler about the new addition? Have a list of friends and family ready. Those who are willing to help look after toddler when you go into labour. Keep this list of contact details with you at all times so you can alert them as soon as you need them. Also brief them … Read More