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Bonding with your baby

Some parents find it easy to bond with their newborn baby, others find it takes more time. Learn here how attachment occurs and how to strengthen that bond.

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Bonding with your baby during pregnancy

Bonding with your baby doesn’t have to wait until they are born. Pregnancy can be the perfect time to start forming an attachment with them. Find out how here.

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Raising twins

Find out more on how to get your twins to sleep, what the 'twin bond' is and dealing with sibling rivalry.

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Bonding and attachment: newborns | Raising Children Network

Bonding with newborns happens when you respond consistently to your baby with love, warmth and care. Bonding and attachment are vital to baby development.

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Bonding with premature babies in the NICU | Raising Children Network

For parents with premature babies in the NICU, bonding might seem hard. This guide explains how to use touch, song, play and daily care to bond with baby.

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Bonding with newborns & babies: pictures | Raising Children Network

Bonding with babies is about smiling, cuddling, massage, singing, talking, reading and playing. See how to bond with your baby in our illustrated guide.

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Bonding with your kids | Support For Fathers

Bonding with your kids. Support For Fathers, Fatherhood and Family Relationship Support. Relationships Australia Victoria RAV. Fatherhood Resources Library.

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Bonding and attachment: babies | Raising Children Network

Bonding and attachment is about giving your baby lots of love, attention and interesting experiences. This helps your baby’s learning and development.

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Bonding, talking & listening: young babies | Raising Children Network

This video shows a new mum bonding, connecting and communicating with her baby. It explains how talking to babies in everyday activities helps learning.

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Child and Family Health Service • Early Parenting Groups

Parents/carergivers may develop bonds and relationships during their Early Parenting Groups

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