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Surviving Summer/ Keeping Baby Cool

Event date: 
Tuesday, October 23, 2018 - 10:00 to 12:00
Event Location: 
Seven hills Early Childhood Centre, Cnr Boomerang Pl and First Av, Seven Hills

In most areas of Australia, we face periods of hot weather. This can be exhausting for everyone. Babies and mothers need special attention in extremes of temperature to ensure that they are comfortable and well hydrated. When everyone is hot, often the last thing we want is to sit close to someone else! So it's not surprising that babies may be fretful and unwilling to breastfeed at these times. In very hot weather, skin contact can be quite uncomfortable for both you and your baby. A towel, pillowcase, or cloth nappy placed between your baby and your arm and body can be helpful. A cool, damp face-washer in the crook of your arm is refreshing too. Lying down to feed may be more comfortable for both of you, as only baby's mouth and your breast need be in contact.

Come and learn some ways to help both you and your baby get through summer.

Look for the brick building on the corner. There is some onsite parking

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