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What to look for in the Garden – a Ladybird Books exhibition

Aug 23 2019
Our family bloggers Bibi, Leo and Oliver went to the family-friendly Ladybird Books Exhibition recently and sent this review. You can visit it at the Garden Museum until 27 October 2019.

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A Guide to Dating as a Single Mum

Aug 22 2019

Being a single parent can be challenging at times, and for some mums, this can mean putting your love life on the back burner until the kids get older. There is no right or wrong time to start dating in terms of how long to wait after a separation, or how old your kids should be; it is all about whether you feel ready.

If you have been off the dating scene for some time, then you might not be completely up to speed with the nuances of dating and the rise in popularity of online dating. A survey by wedding brand, The Knot, revealed that one in three marriage proposals were a result of meeting online, so it really is considered to be one of the more successful ways to meet ‘The One’.

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Film review: Asterix – The Secret of the Magic Potion

Aug 20 2019

Based on the beloved books by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo and directed by Alexandre Astier and Louis Clichy, Asterix – The Secret of the Magic Potion is a great new animation that will make kids fall in love with the most famous Gaulish hero. 

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4 Ways to Prevent Cerebral Palsy During Pregnancy

Aug 16 2019

Cerebral palsy is a condition which affects your posture as well as your ability to control your muscles, causing issues with your mobility. There are various types of cerebral palsy, such as quadriplegic, diplegic, and hemiplegic. While a cerebral palsy diagnosis can be scary, the condition can be managed and prevented too. Maintaining a healthy pregnancy is crucial in doing the latter, helping to protect your child from infections and injury. With that in mind, here are 4 ways to prevent cerebral palsy during pregnancy.

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How To Keep Your Kids Safe This Summer

Aug 16 2019

As a parent, the most important thing in your life is keeping your kids safe. Whether that means taking them to the hospital when they have a nasty fall or making sure that they are living in a home that is not going to cause them to get sick, it is very important. Of course, during the summer this can get a little trickier with warmer weather and school holidays showing up.

Here, we are going to give you some of our top tips for keeping your kids safe this summer. This will include everything from keeping them cool in the daytime to making sure that they are safe in the car. Keep reading if you’d like to hear what these are.

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