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Galway has the highest breastfeeding rate among mothers recently discharged from hospital in the three western counties of Galway, Mayo and Roscommon.
A Common Sense Parenting course for parents, guardians, or grandparents who want to build on their existing parenting skills or want to learn new ways to deal with their children’s behaviour is running in the Family Resource Centre, The Friary, Ballyhaunis, from 10 am to 12 noon each Wednesday for seven weeks, starting on September 3.
When your little one is able to sit up on his own and is starting to eat solid foods, usually between four and six months, it's time to add a highchair to your kitchen decor. Before you shop, ask your friends if they have a highchair they recommend.
The experience of childhood in Ireland has changed much over the last few decades. Where once Irish rural life and even the rural towns offered an adventure land fuelled by the vivid imagination that comes only with childhood, modern Ireland offers not a playground, but an arena of protection, insecurity and fear.
Mayo County Childcare Committee (Mayo CCC) has welcomed the recent announcement to provide €23,520 to a number of voluntary notified child minders and Parent & Toddler groups in Mayo.
All4Baby is a family owned business established in 2010 with the aim of simplifying the whole area of shopping for you and your baby. All4Baby opened the largest nursery store in Galway, which is located on the Tuam Road, with ease of access for buggies and more than 90 free car parking spaces.
Bishop of Galway Martin Drennan should ensure written restrictions are in place ensuring priests who are “out of ministry” due to child abuse allegations do not appear in public dressed in priestly attire, a report into safeguarding practices for children in the Galway diocese recommends.
It is not right that children fail to outlive their childhood. Their young legs should in an ideal world, enable them to run free, to find wonderment in the environment that is their playground, to leap with their imaginations into the recesses of their young minds, as yet untainted by the cynicism of adult life. And this imagination and carefreeness should come with the love and care of those who are charged with shaping the environment in which they grow.