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Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Five Christmas nights out for mummies
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CC image credit to Ricardo Motti It’s a little over a week away now, but ladies everywhere are still looking forward to celebrating the festive season with a few Christmas parties, cocktails or more. But the holidays can be particularly hard work for mummies – whether you’re a new mum or have grown up kids of your own, here are a few ways you can let off steam or even convince your kids to take you out. Originally posted 2014-12-23 10:35:23. Republished by Blog...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on How Foosball Can Keep Your Family Entertained Through the Cold, Rainy Days!

Days are officially getting shorter and the nights are drawing in, the weather is getting worse and a bitter cold is upon us, making opportunities to be outside few and far between. When you have kids this is bad news as you’re left with the daily dilemma of what to do to keep them occupied (and, in my case, not bickering with each other all day long!). Cooped up kids with bags of energy can be a nightmare, so I was absolutely THRILLED when my husband invested in a little toy...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Giving Children Insulin Daily May Help Prevent Them From Developing Diabetes

Following my commitment to general improvement of my medical knowledge and drive to help address as many client health issues as possible, I recently took a look at Diabetes and how the body is affected.  During the course of my studies, I spoke with the experts at Dtsbuyers.com. They have good knowledge of this disease and run an offer that allows people to return all unused diabetic test strips for cash. In the course of our discussions, I was directed to a study carried out...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Tips to Creating a Safe and Easy After School Routine

Getting your kids to school, though trying at times, seems to work within your work schedule. You either drop them off on your way to work or see them off on a school bus and continue getting yourself ready for the day ahead. For many parents, however, the difficulty comes in finding a way to make sure that their children are cared for and safe after school. If you have a traditional working schedule of 9 to 5, getting to your kids can be a bit difficult to manage. This is why...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Pregnancy and Childbirth Considerations for First Time Mothers

Having your first child is the most anxiety-inducing, nauseating roller coaster ride I’ve ever had the privilege of experiencing. While it’s not all sunshine and rainbows–with the morning sickness, the kicking, the constant need to pee, and things that I won’t even bother mentioning for those of you that are rather squeamish–it’s definitely an experience that’s like no other. It brings joy to your life in ways that you never thought you...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Child Road Safety

“Hold my hand, come on sweetie, quick, there’s a car coming, look, OK now look both ways, annnnnd is it safe? Yes. OK keep holding mummies hand darling until we’ve reached the other side, now we can cross safely…well done, good work.” Welcome to the school run. Almost every kid in town is treated to their own personalised rendition each morning. Wouldn’t it be useful to have a top five road safety tips to teach your little tyke? There are many more...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Four Tips For Organizing A Busy Family Life

One kid or more, it can be difficult to manage your time, especially if you have children that are into after school activities, and you are both working parents. You don’t have to let that stress run your life, there are ways to organize all of the things that you have going on. You just need to make a plan and stick with it, and always stay positive. Originally posted 2015-12-23 10:56:30. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Jul 17 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on This year I’m going to make my kids Winter Jumpers – Here’s why

Another winter is going to be knocking on our door soon. As a parent that always did beyond the maximum for my kids I am setting up a mission called the best hand to keep you warm is mom’s hands. My mission was to make Christmas jumpers for my kids, to some this is not big challenge but to me it is the first time I am jumping into jumpers. Originally posted 2015-09-28 19:57:32. Republished by Blog Post Promoter...

Jul 11 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Luxury Treats for Mum and Dad this Winter

Being a parent can be a tough job. Not only do you have to look after the children and perhaps your own parents as well, but you also have to ensure that your family is financially secure and keep a roof over everyone’s head. Is it any wonder that sometimes you become a little frazzled? The winter months Parents are people too, and just like anyone else, they can get down in the dumps as the nights start drawing in and the weather turns cold. Winter brings its own stresses,...

Jul 11 2018
by Ella |
Comments Off on Tablets for Toddlers?

There’s little doubt that introducing tablets into secondary classrooms caused controversy amongst parents and teachers alike. What possible good could come out of giving each pupil a licence to play games when they should be working? The reality turned out to be somewhat different and now tablets are being used in some schools from Foundation Stage. So should you allow your young children to use one? Research There are numerous studies on how older pupils may benefit from tablets...

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