12-18 months

Returning to work after maternity leave can be a big adjustment. Read about how to go back to work plus information on choosing childcare and your flexible working rights.
Sex after pregnancy: Resuming your sex life after birth may take time. This article discusses when you can have sex after birth and the impact of breastfeeding on sex.
Read our sun safety tips for children
Here we share our top ten tips on family finance including ways to save money and make sure you're claiming all the right benefits and financial entitlements.
It’s worth finding out if you can claim tax credits as a parent. Read about calculating Child Tax Credit and Working Tax Credit as well as using childcare vouchers.
This article will help you keep your energy bills down and your baby at a healthy temperature.
Here we look at dehydration in babies and what you can do if you think your baby is dehydrated. There are signs and symptoms to look out for and ways to treat and prevent it.
Are you entitled to Child Benefit? Find out about child benefit forms, how to apply and other information around making a claim.
Giving birth and having a child are profound emotional experiences. This article outlines some of the emotions you may encounter after having a baby.
If you are pregnant or have a baby and are concerned about money, read about low income grants and benefits including Healthy Start Vouchers and Sure Start Maternity Grant.
A baby’s first words are usually heard between 12 and 18 months. You can encourage speech development with baby talk and by recognising child language development stages.
The new year is often a time for resolutions and positive plans for the year ahead. Here we provide some suggestions for things to think about over the coming months.