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  • Workplace Hazards During Pregnancy - Huggies
    for your information education entertainment and communication You should read the full Site Terms and Conditions so you know what is available through this site and what your obligations and rights are when you access and use this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to the Site Terms and Conditions In summary the Site Terms and Conditions provide that all of the intellectual property in the content on the site is owned by us there are certain restrictions on the use of the site For example most commercial uses unauthorised modifications or copying of the content and interference with the site is prohibited the Huggies Forum is a facility available to Huggies Baby Club members to express their own thoughts and opinions All thoughts and opinions expressed on the forum are the thoughts and opinions of the participants and not ours There are specific Forum Terms and Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to this policy Close Opt in to receive Huggies emails By joining Huggies you agree to receive regular email newsletters with information and articles relevant to your baby including exclusive Club member competitions and special discount offers and that from time to time we may invite you to take part in our research You can unsubscribe at any time Workplace Hazards During Pregnancy Your normal work conditions that have posed no health concerns before may now be potentially hazardous to you and your unborn baby You may need to take some steps to ensure that you do not place yourself in harm s way If you answer yes to any of the following points you should speak to your employer about changing the nature or location of your work Your workplace hazard checklist Does your job expose you to Toxic

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/pregnancy/maternity-leave/workplace-hazards (2016-05-02)
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  • Baby Room Ideas | Baby Nursery Décor - Huggies
    read the full Site Terms and Conditions so you know what is available through this site and what your obligations and rights are when you access and use this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to the Site Terms and Conditions In summary the Site Terms and Conditions provide that all of the intellectual property in the content on the site is owned by us there are certain restrictions on the use of the site For example most commercial uses unauthorised modifications or copying of the content and interference with the site is prohibited the Huggies Forum is a facility available to Huggies Baby Club members to express their own thoughts and opinions All thoughts and opinions expressed on the forum are the thoughts and opinions of the participants and not ours There are specific Forum Terms and Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to this policy Close Opt in to receive Huggies emails By joining Huggies you agree to receive regular email newsletters with information and articles relevant to your baby including exclusive Club member competitions and special discount offers and that from time to time we may invite you to take part in our research You can unsubscribe at any time Baby Room Ideas Planning the design of the baby s nursery is an exciting activity for expecting parents but often it can be time consuming with all the decisions that needs to be made When it comes to choosing a theme and decor to match decorating for the nursery allows more room for fun and creativity but where should you begin when faced with endless baby nursery designs to choose from A good way to choose a theme for the nursery is to go with an idea that you have

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/pregnancy/baby-nursery/ideas (2016-05-02)
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  • Baby Nursery Wall Ideas | Decals, Stickers & Art - Huggies
    be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to this policy Close Opt in to receive Huggies emails By joining Huggies you agree to receive regular email newsletters with information and articles relevant to your baby including exclusive Club member competitions and special discount offers and that from time to time we may invite you to take part in our research You can unsubscribe at any time Nursery Wall Decals The walls of the nursery sets the scene so naturally it is the most visible part of the room The colour scheme and media you decide to use for decorating the walls will have an impact on the mood of the room as a whole For room decor suggestions see Baby nursery decor Having a nursery theme in mind will help you decide on how to decorate the walls It is worth considering whether the baby nursery wall should be a focus of the room or act as backdrop to tie in the overall theme If the furniture you have chosen is quite neutral and subtle in its colours and designs you can use the wall as a feature of the room On the contrary a plainer wall would serve well as a neutral background accentuating featured items such as the furniture baby gifts and ornaments If you like the idea of redecorating the nursery wall once in a while less permanent fixtures like removable motifs and wall stickers suit this purpose well and won t damage your walls look for reusable types that allow you to reposition and make adjustments as you please For a personal touch add a memory board or incorporate wall art featuring your baby s name or the first letter of their name Decorating the nursery walls with paint Using special paint with a magnetic attraction creates a great space for decorating with the use of magnetic themed motifs Redecorating the walls can also

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  • Baby Equipment Essentials | Baby Care at Home - Huggies
    change table and furniture specifically for the baby If there is more than one child in your family they may share a room Keeping a wardrobe or chest of drawers just for the baby s clothing will mean it is easier to find things Baby clothes don t take up a lot of room but you ll be surprised what people give you and how much you accumulate A pram is essential Be prepared to do some research and really think about the one you want to invest in A pram which can convert to a stroller is the type most parents buy Any pram stroller combination will need to last until your child is a toddler so look for one which has guarantees on its workmanship plus components and is sturdy It s easy to be talked into buying one which looks beautiful but is difficult to steer or doesn t have the child s comfort as a first priority So consider your own height and strength how easy it is to fold up what the brakes are like where you will store it at home and if you will be able to lift it easily and fit it into your car Some prams are designed for the European market where snow and ice allowances are incorporated into their design They have huge wheels which aren t necessary for Australian conditions just be aware of not spending money on unnecessary features If you decide on a three wheeler pram stroller make sure it has a wrist strap built into the handle An approved car restraint In Australia all babies and children up to the age of seven years must be restrained when in a car in a properly approved child restraint Up until the age of six months all babies need to be in a rear facing restraint For specific car restraint information check on the NSW Roads and Traffic Authority website Hiring borrowing or using a second hand car restraint can be dangerous Unless you know its history and are sure it has not been involved in an accident you should not use it A baby sling for all those times when you ll have to have your hands free There are many different designs colours options and varieties on the market so again do your research and buy one which works for you Make sure you choose a design which has secure straps and a washable fabric A sling which is easy to do up and doesn t need someone else to help you is also important Backpacks are another option and a particular favourite for dads Again investigate the options and choose one which is durable and comfortable Many of the outdoor and camping stores have a good range A baby bath is useful even if you have a big sink or bath They are portable and user friendly Besides you ll be amazed what you use it for when your baby has grown too big

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/pregnancy/baby-nursery/equipment (2016-05-02)
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  • Baby Nursery Furniture Essentials, Ideas & Tips - Huggies
    that you need for changing the baby cleaning up afterwards dressing and feeding baby all these need to be in arm s reach for you but not baby so that you never have a reason to leave a squirming child unattended on a change table Kidsafe NSW reports that falls from nursery furniture are one of the most common causes of injury in children under two and very often those falls are from a change table Try to set up the nursery so that you can keep one hand on your baby at all times while changing their nappy or dressing them Get a couple of shelves installed within arm s reach of the change table but well out of baby s reach to hold nappies wipes creams cloths and a bin for wet and dirty nappies Try to arrange the nursery so that everything you will need on a daily basis is easy and convenient to get to Organise a comfortable low chair in the nursery for night feeds ask a friend who has breastfed a baby to test it for you You want to be able to get up easily while carrying a sleeping baby but still have good back support A dim night light or lamp is great when making short visits at night Make sure there are no power cords stretching across or around the room If power points are in short supply try a battery operated night light a couple of small cheap portable LED lights are much safer than extension cords by Fran Molloy journalist and mum of four Baby cots In the first year your bub will spend most of its time in the cot so it s important to choose a suitable quality item Check with the retailer that the cot complies with the Australian Safety Standard AS NZS 2172 See the following checklist as a guide when choosing a cot A sparse cot is safest nothing to smother or overheat your baby nothing to climb on or tangle with There should be a minimum of 600mm from the base of the mattress to the top of the cot The space between the bars or panels should be 50mm 85mm as bigger gaps can trap a baby s head The mattress needs to be well fitted and the space between the cot sides and the mattress should not be more than 25mm Be aware of holes or spaces where your baby s arms legs head and fingers could become trapped Try to choose a cot that has no more than two legs with castor wheels Lockable swivel castors make it easier to manoeuvre the cot but always ensure the wheels are locked when your baby is in the cot Look for fixed base cots with the lowest possible base If it has an adjustable base it s useful to be able to adjust the mattress base higher when your baby is small and lower as they grow and sit up It is

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/pregnancy/baby-nursery/nursery-furniture (2016-05-02)
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  • Nursery Design Online Tool | Decorate Baby's Room - Huggies
    email Resend now What best describes you I m trying to conceive I m having a baby I m a parent I m a carer Congratulations Tell us a little bit about your child Gender Don t know yet Boy Girl Born I agree to the Conditions of use I agree to Opt in to Huggies emails Error Join Huggies Close Huggies Site Conditions of Use This website is operated by Kimberly Clark Australia Pty Limited or its affiliates and has been created for your information education entertainment and communication You should read the full Site Terms and Conditions so you know what is available through this site and what your obligations and rights are when you access and use this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to the Site Terms and Conditions In summary the Site Terms and Conditions provide that all of the intellectual property in the content on the site is owned by us there are certain restrictions on the use of the site For example most commercial uses unauthorised modifications or copying of the content and interference with the site is prohibited the Huggies Forum is a facility available to Huggies Baby Club members to express their own thoughts and opinions All thoughts and opinions expressed on the forum are the thoughts and opinions of the participants and not ours There are specific Forum Terms and Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to this policy Close Opt in to receive Huggies emails By joining Huggies you agree to receive regular email newsletters with information and articles relevant to your baby including exclusive Club member competitions and special discount offers and that from time to time we may invite you to take part in our research You can unsubscribe at

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  • Baby High Chairs | What to Look For before Buying - Huggies
    owned by us there are certain restrictions on the use of the site For example most commercial uses unauthorised modifications or copying of the content and interference with the site is prohibited the Huggies Forum is a facility available to Huggies Baby Club members to express their own thoughts and opinions All thoughts and opinions expressed on the forum are the thoughts and opinions of the participants and not ours There are specific Forum Terms and Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to this policy Close Opt in to receive Huggies emails By joining Huggies you agree to receive regular email newsletters with information and articles relevant to your baby including exclusive Club member competitions and special discount offers and that from time to time we may invite you to take part in our research You can unsubscribe at any time Baby High Chairs Around six months of age as your child develops their neck strength they are ready to comfortably go into a high chair when it s time to eat But how do you know which is the best chair for your bub or toddler With so many models on the market ranging in price from just 99 to over 600 parents are inundated with choice Finding the right product for your needs and budget has never been harder Luckily there s advice you can trust Independent consumer group CHOICE recently tested 12 high chairs to help you decide which one has all the right features to make feeding time easy and comfortable for you and your child Their rigorous assessment put 12 chairs under the microscope to see how they measured up to the international standard as well as taking into account elements that are important to you stability safety traps and how easy

    Original URL path: https://m.huggies.com.au/pregnancy/baby-nursery/nursery-furniture/high-chairs (2016-05-02)
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  • Baby Safety Products & Tips for Baby Nursery - Huggies
    Terms and Conditions In summary the Site Terms and Conditions provide that all of the intellectual property in the content on the site is owned by us there are certain restrictions on the use of the site For example most commercial uses unauthorised modifications or copying of the content and interference with the site is prohibited the Huggies Forum is a facility available to Huggies Baby Club members to express their own thoughts and opinions All thoughts and opinions expressed on the forum are the thoughts and opinions of the participants and not ours There are specific Forum Terms and Conditions that apply to you when you use the forum content submitted to the forum or the site must not be inappropriate offensive illegal or infringing or for commercial gain other than in the Promote Your Business forum the site forum and all content is provided on an as is basis without any warranties of any kind and to the extent permitted by law we will not be liable for any indirect incidental special and or consequential damages including but not limited to loss of profits arising out of your access to or inability to access the site or your use of or reliance upon the site or the content we may suspend your membership if you do not comply with the Site Terms and Conditions and we may restrict your access to the site at any time without notice We respect your right to privacy and will comply with the National Privacy Principles in respect of the collection use disclosure and handling of your personal information Any personal data you transmit to the site by electronic mail via the forum or otherwise will be retained and used by us in accordance with our Privacy Policy displayed on this site By becoming a member you are taken to consent to this policy Close Opt in to receive Huggies emails By joining Huggies you agree to receive regular email newsletters with information and articles relevant to your baby including exclusive Club member competitions and special discount offers and that from time to time we may invite you to take part in our research You can unsubscribe at any time Baby Safety Products You re about to have a baby There s ample advice from friends advertisers your mum and even the lady you met in the supermarket aisle But how do you really know what is absolutely necessary when there always seems so much well stuff to buy How do you ensure your child is comfortable and safe but without breaking the bank buying items you ll never really use Independent consumer group CHOICE has put together a what to look for guide to help you with your buying decisions They rigorously test hundreds of baby and children s products to ensure they meet important safety standards as well as taking into account other key features and in some cases ease of use Use their free and expert information to help

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