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19 2 Nov 16, 2017

Master Pikachu exploring his new home...such a clever's at least his 4th new home ...and I can just leave him outside...even only after one day , and he stays around .I cannot keep animals in cages . At least not for long As soon children will come to my current stable , Master Pikachu will come to the stable too...he loves to be cuddled #bunny #myproject #mandaraequestrianclub #awesomeanimals #rabbit #inabudhabi #simplyabudhabi #awesomeabudhabi #uaechildren

47 0 Nov 16, 2017

Our acting CEO for the day wearing my sunglasses, little Jia (7 years old) from the Philippines. So glad to have her in our office for the holidays.

9 1 Nov 16, 2017

For children, play is as natural as breathing and as necessary. uaechildren #uaechildren

6 3 Nov 15, 2017

We have a budding doctor in the making. Dr Talal Fraha , Consultant Paediatric Cardiologist having a heart checkup from junior doctor. Somerset Clinic offers wide range of paediatric and adult clinic services inlcuding vaccinations , general paediatric illnesses , dentistry and physiotherapy. Visit to know more . . . . . . #SomersetClinicDubai #dubaikids #dubainursery #kidsindubai #uaechildren #dubaimom #dubaimums #myubai #dubaifitness #dubaitag #dubailadiesclub #dubaimoms #dubaihealth #dubaidoctors #dubaipaediatrics #dubai #healthcarecitydubai #ukdoctors #ukpaediatricians indigovalleynurserydubai kangarookidsdubai beautiful_minds_nurseries emeraldcitynursery raindropsnurderyschool nurserykidsindubai children_oasis_nursery odysseynurserydubai kidskarenursery yellow_brick_road_nursery babiesindubai bloomingmindsnursery chubbycheeksnursery kidscottagenursery

18 2 Nov 13, 2017

Nappy rash can be caused by: your baby's skin being in contact with wee or poo (stools) for a long time the nappy rubbing against your baby's skin not cleaning the nappy area or changing the nappy often enough soap, detergent or bubble bath alcohol-based baby wipes your baby recently taking antibiotics Follow this advice to help look after your baby's skin. Change wet or dirty nappies as soon as possible. Clean the whole nappy area gently but thoroughly, wiping from front to back. Use water or fragrance-free and alcohol-free baby wipes. Read more about how to clean your baby. Bath your baby daily – but avoid bathing them more than twice a day as that may dry out their skin. Dry your baby gently after washing them – avoid vigorous rubbing. Lie your baby on a towel and leave their nappy off for as long and as often as you can to let fresh air get to their skin. Do not use soap, bubble bath, or lotions. Do not use talcum powder as it contains ingredients that could irritate your baby's skin. . . . . . . #SomersetClinicDubai #dubaikids #dubainursery #kidsindubai #uaechildren #dubaimom #dubaimums #myubai #dubaifitness #dubaitag #dubailadiesclub #dubaimoms #dubaihealth #dubaidoctors #dubaipaediatrics #dubai #healthcarecitydubai #ukdoctors #ukpaediatricians indigovalleynurserydubai kangarookidsdubai beautiful_minds_nurseries emeraldcitynursery raindropsnurderyschool nurserykidsindubai children_oasis_nursery odysseynurserydubai kidskarenursery yellow_brick_road_nursery babiesindubai bloomingmindsnursery chubbycheeksnursery kidscottagenursery

18 1 Nov 12, 2017

Causes of bronchiolitis? Bronchiolitis is almost always caused by a viral infection. In most cases, the respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is responsible. RSV is a very common virus and almost all children are infected with it by the time they're two years old. In older children and adults, RSV may cause a cough or cold, but in young children it can cause bronchiolitis. How the infection is spread? Viruses are spread when an infected person coughs or sneezes. Tiny droplets of liquid can be breathed in directly from the air or picked up from a surface they've landed on, such as a toy or table. For example, your child can become infected after touching a toy that has the virus on it and then touching their eyes, mouth or nose. RSV can survive on a surface for up to 24 hours. An infected child can remain infectious for up to three weeks, even after their symptoms have disappeared. #SomersetClinicDubai #dubaikids #dubainursery #kidsindubai #uaechildren #dubaimom #dubaimums #mydubai #dubaifitness #dubaitag #dubailadiesclub #dubaimoms #dubaihealth #dubaidoctors #dubaipediatrics #paediatrics #dubaipaediatrics #dubai #healthcarecitydubai #ukdoctors #ukpaediatricians indigovalleynurserydubai kangarookidsdubai beautiful_minds_nurseries emeraldcitynursery raindropsnurseryschool nurserykidsindubai childrens_oasis_nursery odysseynurserydubai kidskarenursery yellow_brick_road_nursery babiesindubai bloomingmindsnursery chubbycheeksnursery kidscottagenursery

29 2 Nov 9, 2017

Our 'Petite Marie' Sofa for the young set has turned out to be quite popular. This piece is made here in California and is 'adult' quality. Custom upholstered in an infinite choice of fabrics.

366 14 Nov 9, 2017

Why eye tests are important? Routine eye tests offered soon after birth can detect some eye problems immediately, and tests offered later on can help identify any problems that were missed or develop as your child gets older. Children may not realise they have a vision problem, so without routine tests there is a risk that any problems could go undiagnosed for months or years. When will my child's eyes be checked? Your child's eyes may be checked: within 72 hours of birth –this is known as the newborn physical examination and it can be used to check for obvious physical problems between six and eight weeks old – this is a follow-up physical examination to check for any obvious problems that weren't detected soon after birth at around one year old or between two and two-and-a-half years old – you may be asked whether you have any concerns about your child's eyesight as part of a review of your child's health and development; eye tests can be arranged, if necessary at around four or five years old – some children will have an eye test when they start school, although this varies, depending on where you live It's also recommended that children have regular eye tests at least once every two years. These tests can be done at a high street opticians and are free for all children under 16 years old (and those under 19 years old in full-time education). Eye checkup servcies are available at Somerset Clinic #SomersetClinicDubai #dubaikids #dubainursery #uaechildren #dubaimoms #dubaimom #dubaipediatrics #dubaipediatrician #paediatricdubai #mydubai #eyetest

9 1 Nov 8, 2017

If we carry on as we are, 90% of today’s children could be overweight or obese by 2050. Changes have to be made now if we are to stem the rising tide of obesity. 1.Sugar Swaps Swapping sugary snacks and drinks for ones that are lower in sugar can make a huge difference to kids’ calorie intake. 2. Meal Time It’s important for kids to have regular, proper meals as growing bodies respond better to routine. 3. Snack Check Many snacks are full of the things that are bad for us – sugar, salt, fat and calories. So try and keep a careful eye on how many the kids are having. 4. Me Size Meals Even though they’re growing, it’s important to make sure kids get just the right amount for their age – not too little and not too much. 5. 5 A Day It’s easier than you think to give your kids five portions of fruit and vegetables a day. 6. Cut Back Fat We all know too much fat is bad for us. But it’s not always easy to tell where it’s lurking. 7. 60 Active Minutes Kids need to do at least 60 minutes of activity a day to help them stay happy and healthy. 8. Up and About The way life is today means that most of us spend too long sitting down. #SomersetClinicDubai #dubaikids #dubaimoms #uaechildren #dubainursery #kidsindubai #dubaimom

4 1 Nov 7, 2017

Flag Day Celebrations at nursery_jins 🇦🇪🇦🇪 . . #flagday #uaeflagday #uaelove #uae #flagdayatnursery #uaechildren #uaekids #uaemoms #mommybloggers #dubaimom

22 4 Nov 5, 2017
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