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Bubble wala Huggies for a sound and comfortable sleep

The modern Indian couple juggles more things at once than the earlier generations. They need to balance work, family, friends and everything in between. Which is why they need a diaper that promises to wrap their precious little babies in a world of...

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How play and feed affect your babies sleep.

Feed / Play / Sleep is an important part of establishing a good routine. The 3 steps need to remain separate. Feeding is in your arms Down is where you play Sleeping is in a cot Establishing...

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Settling baby to fall asleep

Settling your baby to fall asleep.

Settling techniques are simple ways to calm down your baby and put him/her to sleep when they are tired. All babies are different, so there are no fixed settling techniques. However, you may want to take tips about settling techniques from friends...

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