All posts by Julia Toivonen

Ronan And Walking

November 17, 2007 3 Comments »

Well Ronan still isn’t walking. He is now 20 months old (17 months corrected)! We have been attending physio since he was 6 months old and it has been so helpful with reaching his milestones. His fine motor skills are ... Read More »

Premature Baby & Sleeping Habits

November 16, 2007 No Comments »

Babies who are born early usually need extra time to catch up to their full-term peers when it comes to developmental milestones, and sleep is no exception. Why premature babies take longer to sleep through the night? Premature babies can ... Read More »

Premature babies

November 12, 2007 No Comments »

Many babies are born before their mother’s pregnancy has reached full-term. This can lead to health problems – although most go on to lead active and fulfilling lives. BBC News Online examines the risks associated with a premature birth. How ... Read More »

Helping Premature Babies Breathe Easier

November 2, 2007 No Comments »

I was forwarded a link to the Australian Synchrotron Science about a case study being performed by ~ The University of Queensland. This is the information they provided on their website: We need a layer of natural lung surfactant NLS ... Read More »

Pregnancy, Baby & Children’s Expo

October 21, 2007 No Comments »

What a tiring day i had today. I was an exhibitor at the expo in Melbourne representing the National Premmie Foundation.  We decided to officially launch the foundation at the expo as we had a chance to talk one on ... Read More »