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We know how parents must be feeling, that’s why we’re doing what we can to help. Here we offer practical advice from healthcare experts on pregnancy and caring for your baby during the coronavirus pandemic as well as answering your frequently asked questions on WaterWipes' product availability. We will be adding more videos and articles to this series on a regular basis, so make sure and check back for more.

Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond series

WaterWipes is proud to sponsor the “Pregnancy, Birth and Beyond” series, specifically around caring for a newborn. The series offers postnatal and antenatal courses from expert midwife, Marie Louise and explores areas such as newborn skincare, responsive parenting, skin to skin, the fourth trimester, bonding and brain development.

Click here, to access the full series, and get 20% off!

Support for new and expecting parents

We’d love you to be part of our #earlydaysclub, a support network for new and expectant parents. Check out all the best bits from the first ever #earlydaysclub Live event here and keep up to date with #earlydaysclub content, advice and information when you send us your email, join now.

What to pack in your hospital bag for your newborn

Whether you’re planning a home or a hospital birth, you’ll need to pack a birth bag and have it ready to go by about 37 weeks. With so much conflicting information out there, knowing what to pack can be daunting and confusing in equal measure. That’s why we’ve teamed up with @themodernmidwife to bring you a no nonsense list of what you’ll need to bring for your baby on that all important day.

Caring for a newborn

Caring for a newborn is hard work at the best of times, but with current events making it trickier than ever to access your support network, you might need a little extra help. That’s why we’ve teamed up with @the_modern_midwife to share some top tips on how to care for your new arrival during these unprecedented times.

How to manage stress and anxiety as a parent during COVID-19

We know that in the last few months we have all had to change our ways and routines and have had to adapt to the “new normal”, which has brought on challenges and may have brought upon stress for some parents. Therefore, we have teamed up with psychologist Dr Clodagh Campbell @the.wellness.psychologist to bring you some helpful tips and advice on how you can alleviate stress during these uncertain times.

Parenting Tips

While some mums and dads might feel that parenthood has prepared them well for life in lockdown, we know many others may feel isolated and alone. To support you we've added some advice for parents on coping with new changes in routine as well as tips on exercising at home.

Handwashing for Babies

Concerned about washing baby's delicate skin? GP expert, @the_gp_mum offers some top tips and shows you how to effectively wash your little one’s hands.

Caring for babies and toddlers

Read more expert advice from the World Health Organisation to help you with cleaning and protecting your baby or toddler during the coronavirus pandemic.

Pregnancy: self-care during self-isolation

Coping with self-isolation can be hard, especially if you’re expecting. It’s important to prioritise yourself and look after your mental health and wellbeing, as much as possible. Midwife expert @the_modern_midwife , has provided some practical advice on putting self-care first during self-isolation, and what you can do to gain a bit of control over how you might be feeling.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where can I buy WaterWipes products?

Please click here for a list of where to buy our products in-store and online.

2. What can I do if I can't find any stock?

Please use cotton wool and water as this is closest to our product in terms of purity. We are currently producing our wipes at record levels and are working with our distributors and retailers to get these to you as quickly as possible so you have one less thing to worry about. Thank you for your patience.

3. Can I buy directly from you?

Unfortunately, we don’t sell directly to the public and do not have the facilities to do so.

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