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    Four Picnic Ideas for Fussy Eaters

    August 14, 2017Food & Drink, Lifestyle, Meet The Expert

    Words, photography & Recipes by Ciara Attwell – My Fussy Eater

    Feeding fussy little eaters can be stressful but summer is the perfect time to get out and about and enjoy some al-fresco eating in the garden or at the park. Children are more likely to respond well to food in a fun and relaxed environment, so make the most of this good weather by taking your food outside!

    Here’s my four favourite picnic recipes to …

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    Travelling Light With Children

    July 5, 2017Lifestyle, Meet The Expert, Mum Life, Things To Do, Uncategorised

    Words & Photography By Katie, Travel & Lifestyle Blogger at Mummy, Daddy Me

    We absolutely love to travel with our three young children but often we are met with intrigued questions or statements. Things like ‘Do you find it stressful travelling with three of them?’ or ‘You are brave taking three of them on an airplane’. Of course travelling with little ones isn’t the same as going away before kids, but it doesn’t have to be stressful. …

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    Things I’d Like to Teach My Children

    June 7, 2017Lifestyle, Loved By You, Meet The Expert, Mum Life, Uncategorised

    Written By Jamie Day

    Gosh, where do I start? Well, there’s all the cliché things that every father has an unwritten duty to teach their children: I’m talking about the classics such as teaching my daughter Edie, who’s 4, to learn to ride her bike without stabilisers, swim without armbands and know that 4am is not a good time to tell me she needs a wee. Then there’s my son Arlo, who’s 18 months, who I’d …

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    Everything You need to know about Baby Led Weaning From Annabel Karmel

    May 31, 2017Food & Drink, Lifestyle, Meet The Expert

    Written by Annabel Karmel

    Weaning is an exciting milestone for you and your baby. At around the 6 month mark parents are starting to try and get their heads around the wonderful world of weaning. There is so much conflicting advice out there so I promise you are not alone if you’re feeling apprehensive – it’s only natural!

    While lots of parents start out with simple smooth purees, baby-led weaning has never been more popular and …

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    World Autism Awareness Week With Blogger Clare Lee

    March 29, 2017Lifestyle, Loved By You, Meet The Expert, Uncategorised

    This week is the National Autistic Society’s ‘World Autism Awareness Week’, and in aid of raising awareness for such an important cause our Blogger Friend Clare Lee has written a post for our blog, discussing her own experience with her Son’s Autism diagnoses.

    Welcome to the World…

    My little lad was born on the 28th of March 2013, ironically during ‘Autism Awareness week’. Besides the long labour, Riley being tongue tied, jaundice and the pink marks that …

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    This Season’s Biggest Kid’s Fashion Trends from The Experts at Pitti Immagine

    February 28, 2017Fashion, Lifestyle, Meet The Expert, Uncategorised

    We caught up with the PR and Marketing Consultant for Pitti Immagine, who run the coolest children’s fashion show (Pitti Bimbo) in the world – The show features catwalks and stalls from some of the biggest designers in Children’s fashion and for trade and press to attend and see.

    We asked Giuliana for the biggest trends and her favourite picks from us for Spring 2017, so you can be sure to dress your little fashionista in style.

    What are …

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    Pancake Topping Ideas in Time for Pancake Day

    February 27, 2017Lifestyle, Meet The Expert, Uncategorised

    In case you haven’t been to a supermarket recently and seen the abundance of discounted frying pans, lemons and ready made pancake mix available, we thought we’d remind you that pancake day is tomorrow! The tradition of eating pancakes on Shrove Tuesday started in the 18th Century and is still as popular today – well who doesn’t love pancakes? If you’re feeling a little uninspired by how to serve your pancakes tomorrow, check out our toppings …

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    Postnatal depression & Baby blues- Tips on how to cope

    January 23, 2017Lifestyle, Meet The Expert, Mum Life, Uncategorised

    Written by Sara Khan

    As a GP with two small children and many friends who have become new mothers in recent years, my awareness of postnatal depression and other mental health problems has increased. There is an expectation that having a baby will be an extremely happy time in one’s life, which of course it is; but for some, it can be really affected by negative symptoms that can impact on bonding with the baby.

    It is …

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