Nursery | South China Morning Post
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Don't get short changed

Navigating a big city with young children in tow can be a challenge to the most determined of parents. Busy streets and a short supply of family-friendly facilities can leave tempers frayed.

Sunday, 28 August, 2011, 12:00am

Shop Window: Nursery

Sleeper beauty

19 Jun 2011 - 12:00am

Child's play

The same fung shui principles governing the position of a bed in a bedroom also apply to the placement of a baby's cot in a nursery. For instance, the cot should not be placed directly opposite the door with the feet pointing outside, as this exposes the baby to the incoming energy whenever the door is open, resulting in poor sleep.

25 Feb 2007 - 12:00am

Smallest's room in the house

FOLK WISDOM SAYS the nesting instinct seizes expectant mothers during their third trimester.

'At 35 weeks, I really felt an urge to get everything ready,' says Lindsay Wagner, a new mother of a baby girl.

30 Sep 2005 - 12:00am

Nursing room improvement

The Airport Authority sincerely apologises to Elizabeth Barnes for the embarrassment and inconvenience she suffered while using one of our nursing rooms in the passenger terminal ('Using airport's baby-feeding room as a spittoon', South China Morning Post, July 28).

3 Aug 1999 - 12:00am

Day nursery plan flops

More flexible child-minding services should be developed, social workers said after the report revealed the Government could not provide 5,600 additional day nursery places by next year.

By the end of last month, only 3,095 places had been added since the commitment was made three years ago, leaving the Government well short of the 29,424 places envisaged by next year.

1 Oct 1996 - 12:00am