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Choosing the Right Moses Basket

With so much choice in the market when it comes to Moses baskets here’s some handy information to help you decide which is the right one for you!If you’re new to parenting a Moses Basket is something that you can move around, comes with handles and is perfect for those first few months! Means you can have your [...]

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Bump to Buddy

Last Sunday, Tom & Giovanna Fletcher released the adorable time-lapse video "Bump to Buddy". In less than three minutes, we see the amazing changes in a woman’s body and the excitement of a big brother.Sharing his video on his official Facebook page, Tom Fletcher captioned it: 'Bump to Buddy. We took photos almost every day throughout the pregnancy...again! Well, [...]

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Read All About It – World Book Day

3rd March 2016 is World Book Day. Reading to our little ones is one of life’s simplest pleasures. Making the time every night for a bedtime story is not only important for your little one – but important for you too! It’s the time when you won’t be interrupted by your phone, the TV, emails pinging, [...]

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Valentine's Treats for Little Ones & Big Ones

  Valentine's Treat for Little Ones and Big Ones Valentine's Day is just round the corner and it's the perfect opportunity to shower your home in an extra sprinkling of love! We've got some gorgeous gifts that will add a special sparkle to the day and a great little giveaway...   For the smallest loved one in your life our Red [...]

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Mandatory Post Natal Depression Screening?

Most women will experience the Baby Blues a few days after giving birth. It may come as shock to some and for other mums they may be ready for a crash in hormones as their body adjusts and regains balance after giving birth. For the vast majority of new mums a bloody good cry when you need to [...]

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It’s Prudity that’s What It is!

Naked bathing with kids - aren’t we all ok with that? We’re not naked bathing with other people’s kids – they’re ours! It is perfectly natural right? No 18 year old ever felt the need to jump in the bath or shower with mum or dad. But, offer the choice to an 18 [...]

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Cameron calls for parenting classes

Last week David Cameron announced a plan to set up parenting classes for families nationwide. The classes are aimed to guide parents on how to behave around children and how to discipline them.The objective is to reduce the number of broken families as Cameron believes that children from broken homes are more likely to experience poverty than those from [...]

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To call the Doctor or Not to call the Doctor? That is the question

When you become a parent you quickly learn that your little one has a whole repertoire of cries, shrieks, sobs, and wails. That’s how babies express themselves. But when the crying just doesn’t stop, it’s difficult to determine the root of the problem and whether or not it necessitates a trip to the doctor, especially when panic has set in [...]

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Seven tips For Decorating A Child’s Room

Decorating and organising your little one’s bedroom is a delicate matter of combining functionality and style! And if your child wants wall to wall pink or army camouflage while you have a much more subtle theme with splashes of colour on mind…then each of you needs to use the C-word – compromise!1. Involve your child. There [...]

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Six Simple New Year's Resolutions for Mums

To start 2016 on the right foot, Abbey Michelle (a Yorkshire mum in Dubai) published "New Year's Mummy Resolutions to Myself" with six very simple resolutions to make a mum's life easier and healthier. Some steps may require a little effort (the exercise bit!), and others are just basic common sense. Whatever you choose to do, we couldn't agree [...]

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