Kent families lift the lid on what it has been like to bring babies into the world during the pandemic.
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Mums feeling the effects of coronavirus restrictions are being encouraged to turn to an app that will connect them with other mothers nearby.
Support bubbles, including single adults or those with a baby under one, remain in place under Tier 4 rules. More details on who qualifies here:
Health visiting services cannot deal with the challanges of the coronavirus pandemic and risk failing new babies and parents, claim charities.
There has been a noted in the use of baby names influenced by popular culture, but the most popular boys names remain relatively traditional.
New mums are being encouraged to socialise and meet others face to face as experts fear lockdown could be affecting maternal mental health.
The Duchess of Cambridge has described a new project to help parents improve the language skills of children under five as 'gold dust'.
Parents worried about the impact lockdown could be having on their child's development are being encouraged to sign up for fresh help.
Doctors are appealing to families in Kent to still bring children for routine vaccinations to help prevent any resurgence in other deadly diseases.
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