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Scroll through this Mothercare promotion valid from - to - to see the latest sales. On 342 pages of the current weekly offer, you will find the best goods from the Children category. If you want to save on your next shopping trip to Mothercare, don't forget to look through the entire catalogue from page 1 to page 342. If you want to shop smart and save on your next shopping trip to Mothercare, don’t miss the latest weekly offer full of amazing prices and wonderful discounts. Come back to Top Catalogues every day to make sure you don’t miss out on great promotions offered by your favourite retailers.

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bottle feeding your baby washing teats keeping everything clean and sterile whether you're using expressed breast milk or formula, careful and thorough washing and sterilising is essential. use a bottle and teat brush to help you clean all the equipment thoroughly before you put it in the sterilising unit. always wash your hands before you take any items out of the steriliser. when using sterilising units, read the instructions carefully and practise using the unit before you actually need to use it. washing bottles making up feeds always wash your hands before making up a feed. carefully follow the formula milk manufacturer's instructions. powdered formula comes in a tin or box and is not sterile. To make up formula milk safely, feeds should be made up with water at 70°C (ie. using the water within 30 mins of boiling) to kill any potential bacteria. make up a feed when you need it. It is now not safe to make up a batch of bottles to store in the fridge. always add the recently boiled water to the bottle first and then add the powdered milk to the water- the right number of scoops of formula powder will depend on your baby's age and needs (see formula instructions). place the cap on the bottle and then shake from side to side to mix the powder and water together. cool the feed down by placing the bottle in a jug of cold water. Always shake the bottle and check the temperature (with a few drops on the back of your wrist) before feeding your baby. if your baby is unwell or premature, follow all these instructions and maybe consider using ready-made formula milk for the first few months (as it's already sterile). throw away any unused milk- whether breast or formula, it's not safe to reheat or use it later as it is the perfect breeding ground for bacteria. sterilising feeding and chatting with your baby helpful tips feeding your baby-whether by bottle or breast- is a perfect time to communicate with your baby by smiling, making eye contact, stroking your baby's face and and giving your baby your full attention. • bottle and teat care - always replace any damaged, cracked bottles or teats straight away. Health Visitors and Dietitians recommend that babies stop using a bottle and change to a beaker or cup before 12 months. burping time Remember to keep everything clean and sterilised for the first year. giving baby a feed is a great chance for Dad or grandparents to bond with your baby. for further information please approach our retail staff for assistance or contact customer care department at 6513 3270/ email: [email protected] ver. kon 22 Here to help you get ready for your new arrival 331

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