Hygge (pronounced ‘hoo-ga’) sounds like a buzz word doesn’t it without much meaning? But it’s actually a Danish concept which describes ‘cosy togetherness’. Denmark regularly tops the World Happiness Report despite their cold weather, unreliable summer and dark days in the winter. So what are they doing differently?
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During lockdown some children have become accustomed to always having their parents around and sudden changes to a child’s environment, and stress, are risk factors for developing anxiety.
Some children may struggle to cope with going back to school after lockdown, steps can be taken to gradually help children cope with the change.
Known as the fourth trimester, the first 3 months of your baby’s life is when they make the transition from the womb into the world.
During this time a baby may become over stimulated with loud noises, bright lights and unfamiliar smells. Basically it’s sensory overload!