Celebrating PAR­ENT­HOOD

Ad­vice to guide you through your child’s first five years with Chil­dren’s Panadol

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eing a par­ent can be stress­ful at times. Is my baby eat­ing enough? Sleep­ing enough? On track with her de­vel­op­ment? Healthy?

Want­ing to ‘do the right thing’ for your baby is a nat­u­ral feel­ing for new par­ents. There is so much to learn, and so much in­for­ma­tion to di­gest, and at times this can be ex­haust­ing. But re­mem­ber your baby is learn­ing too! It takes time to de­velop this ever-last­ing relationship and gain an un­der­stand­ing of how to ful­fil your baby’s needs in a way that works for both of you. There is no such thing as a ‘per­fect par­ent’, just like there is no such thing as

the ‘per­fect baby’. Do­ing what is right for you and your bub is the most im­por­tant thing. Chil­dren’s Panadol’s The First Five

Years e-book con­tains lots of ex­pert ad­vice and tips to help you nav­i­gate your way through the jour­ney of par­ent­ing. You can also sign up to re­ceive im­por­tant in­for­ma­tion tar­geted at your child’s spe­cific age and de­vel­op­ment. Whether it’s the basics of help­ing to es­tab­lish feed­ing and sleep­ing pat­terns with your new­born in those pre­cious early weeks, watch­ing with de­light as your baby takes her first steps or says her first words, or tam­ing tantrums as your lit­tle one en­ters the tod­dler years, Chil­dren’s Panadol is with you at ev­ery step to of­fer guid­ance and prac­ti­cal ad­vice. As a brand trusted by mums, we’ve also got common child­hood health con­cerns cov­ered, from ad­vice on treat­ing fevers, colds and flus to head lice and cuts, grazes and bruises.

We know that par­ent­ing is a jour­ney; one that is filled with ques­tions, con­cerns and even im­per­fec­tions. Learn to let go of the anx­i­eties, with the help of The First Five Years e-book and in­stead re­mem­ber to cel­e­brate the lit­tle mo­ments that make par­ent­ing so re­ward­ing.

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