Baby Development

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Recording your baby’s milestones is a big part of any parents role. Whether you are a new or an experienced parent, you are always in need of the correct advice when it comes to the well-being of your child. Advice or tips on weaning and teething, consult our week-by-weeks guides and keep track of your baby’s development here.

Read our top baby development stories here: 

The Truths Behind Weaning

Senior Nutritionist Saidee Bailey talks about the first stages of weaning as she dispells the myths surrounding the subject and offers her expert advice. So what do people mean when they say baby led weaning...

Developing Your Baby’s Senses

Many mothers-to-be and new mothers have questions about child development and how they can best interact with their baby. Below, I address some of the most common questions I receive, from stimulating your baby’s senses...

Having children makes us more creative!

According to a recent studies by Munch Bunch having children makes us more creative... but parents worry about being entertaining. s the Easter holidays approach, new research reveals 50% of parents in...

Puckababy: Putting Sleep Problems to Rest

Sleep, a never-ending battle we have with ourselves, our partners and eventually our brood. It's no surprise that it's such a big factor as we spend over a 1/3 of our lifetime in...

Creativity Covered with Maggie & Rose

We had the chance to speak with Maggie Bolger, founder of Maggie & Rose, to discover why she set up the business and to talk about the latest addition, Maggie & Rose Chiswick. As...

A first Christmas…

Let’s face it, a baby’s first Christmas is much more exciting for the doting parents. So spoil yourself and let ACHICA ensure you have the best Christmas ever! A Cracking Christmas There are some things...

Child Development: A Problem Shared

We’ve all heard ‘he’s a bit slow’ or ‘she’ll do it in her own time’, but are they fair comments? Dr Ari Mihailidis, an expert in child development, sheds light on these fascinating first stages

The Great Nappy Debate

Nappy changing is something that you have to get used to as a new parent. On average, children will have 6,300 nappy changes before they are toilet trained, so it makes sense to...

London NHS leads baby stem cell banking

You may have heard of the increasingly popular practice of having your baby’s stem cells collected from the umbilical cord blood at birth.  The blood in the umbilical cord is rich in blood-type...

Separation Anxiety

  ‘Please Don’t Go’ Separation Anxiety in Babies and Children   Sarah has a 3 year old daughter, Lauren. Leaving Lauren in the nursery has always been a nightmare. Lauren screams and cries for hours. Sarah usually...