Wednesday, 22 January 2020

FAMILY: Must-do tips to make a family day out to remember

FAMILY: Must-do tips to make a family day out to remember
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We make memories that last a lifetime on days out with our children, but family trips can often be daunting, with much to think about. Young families went on four holidays on average across 2018, with staycations just as important as those longer trips abroad for creating cherished moments. Getting everything to go off without a hitch is never straightforward but following our guide should ensure you can focus on what’s important on your trip.
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Tuesday, 21 January 2020

MOTHER'S DAY: Giving thoughtful gifts that are inspired by your own childhood memories

MOTHER'S DAY: Giving thoughtful gifts that are inspired by your own childhood memories
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You’re always told you turn in to your mother, and since becoming a mum, I have definitely noticed I am transforming into mine. From the phrases I never thought I’d utter, to the array of “mum-essentials” in my handbag. The things “you would never do as a parent”, that inevitably you end up doing, to the unending admiration once you realise your mum raised you without iPads, Peppa Pig on repeat and dedicated children’s tv channels! With Mother’s Day just around the corner, it got me thinking about all the things that remind me of my mum, and how we can use those memories to get our mum's really thoughtful Mother’s Day gifts.
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Wednesday, 15 January 2020

PARENTHOOD: Christening Gift Ideas

Christening Gift Ideas
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In the UK, fewer and fewer children are being Christened, whether it’s because of changing beliefs, or simply not having enough time or even money to plan and organise one. However, I was curious to look into the traditions of a Christening – as well as some of the best Christening gifts out there if you have one coming up this year.  
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Tuesday, 14 January 2020

PARENTHOOD: Tips for Visiting Family or Friends with a Newborn Baby

PARENTHOOD: Tips for Visiting Family or Friends with a Newborn Baby
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Travelling and staying over at family or friend's houses isn't always the easiest thing to do with a newborn baby. Despite being so small they somehow require a lot of equipment, have an intense feeding routine and the witching hour is never any fun! Over Christmas we spent a lot of time travelling around to visit different family members with our three children, who are 4 years old, 2 years old and 8 weeks old, which came with a number of challenges to overcome. When it came to coordinating travel times, planning ahead with regards to packing and fitting in with other people's plans it we became well practiced in the skill of travelling and visiting family with a newborn baby. There are many events throughout the year that may require travelling around to see family or friends, including Christmas, Easter, Holidays, Birthdays, Weddings, Christenings etc. I thought I might be helpful to share some of the ways which we found the whole experience a lot easier, calmer and generally more enjoyable.
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Wednesday, 8 January 2020

PARENTHOOD: Our Weekday Routine with a Newborn Baby, School Run and Toddler Group

Our Week Day Routine with a Newborn Baby, School Run and Toddler Group
One thing I was really worried about when we found out we were expecting our third baby was being able to do the school run on time, every day of the working week. I just couldn't see how I was single-handed going to get all three children ready, fed and out of the house all before 8.30am every single day. School doesn't offer any flexibility, so for the first time as a family our lives were being controlled by the constraints of the school day. My eldest daughter, Isabella, started school in September 2019 and I gave birth to our third baby, Rory, in October 2019. It was essential that we established a 'school day routine' as quickly as possible in September, so that when Rory arrived I hoped he would just slot into the routine with ease. 
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Wednesday, 18 December 2019

PARENTHOOD: 10 Ways to Reduce Stress and Get Prepared for Christmas

PARENTHOOD: 10 Ways to Reduce Stress and Get Prepared for Christmas
There is no doubt that Christmas is a stressful time of year, perhaps even more so when you become a parent. Creating the magic of Christmas for children is both incredibly special, as well as being a lot of pressure, so how can we reduce the stress and get prepared? Being a parent is busy at the best of times and this is our first Christmas as a relatively new family of five. Time is a luxury when you have children, so multi-tasking, being productive and preparing well in advance are all essential. This time of year is my favourite and it brings out the organiser in me; any excuse for a list, making people happy and adding that all important sprinkle of magic. But it doesn't just happen, so I've shared my top ten tips for getting prepared during the festive season...
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