• How to celebrate Easter in lockdown

    March 26, 2021Celebrate with us, Celebrations, How to, Things To Do

    Easter is a time to celebrate new beginnings: the days are getting longer, spring is in full swing and lockdown measures are slowly beginning to ease across the country. Although none of us are thrilled to spend yet another Easter stuck inside, there are still so many fun ways to have a very happy bank holiday weekend this year! 

    So, what can you do this Easter? From 29th March, England begins step one of the government’s …

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  • How to celebrate Mother’s Day in Lockdown

    March 6, 2021Celebrate with us, Celebrations, How to, Real life

    Mother’s Day: a day dedicated to the wonderful women who make our children’s worlds go round. Following the lockdown baby booms, for many new mamas this is their first Mother’s Day and milestones like this have never felt more difficult or more important to mark. While you can’t celebrate with a traditional meal out or take a day trip away and many of us still can’t see our own Mums for a cuddle, this Mother’s …

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  • Gift Guide for Mother’s Day 2021

    March 4, 2021Celebrate with us, Celebrations, Gifts

    Whether you’re celebrating your partner, your best friend, your mother or even yourself, Mother’s Day is all about saying ‘thank you’ to the ones who make our worlds go round. Every day, mum is there to wipe their mouths, brush away their tears and cuddle away their fears – how can you fit all of that gratitude into one short day? Whether you’re looking for a classic keepsake, a thoughtful trinket or even just some …

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  • Our most-loved names for Valentine’s Day babies

    February 5, 2021Celebrations, Information, Lifestyle, Parenting, Real life

    Capture the romantic spirit of the season with an adorable Valentine’s Day-inspired baby name. As more lockdown babies are born every day, why not welcome your little love bug with a name that shows them just how special they are to you. Valentine’s Day falls on the 14th of February every year and is traditionally a celebration of romance in love across the globe. This date signals the beginning of early spring: a time of …

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  • The best keepsake gifts for new parents (and babies!)

    January 12, 2021Celebrate with us, Gift Guides, Gift Inspiration, Gifts

    If you’re looking for something to celebrate the arrival of a new baby in your life, we have rounded up the very best gifts that their parents are sure to love. For new parents, these first few months with their baby are a dizzying time, filled with sleepless nights and strange schedules. Help them to remember this precious period of life with a special keepsake gift to commemorate their new arrival. At My 1st Years, …

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  • What to name your new year baby

    January 4, 2021Celebrate with us, Parenting

    Congratulations, you made it to 2021! But what’s that, you have just or are about to give birth? Double congratulations! With more and more pandemic babies entering the world every day, it’s time to give them a warm welcome with a name as special as they are. For those born in the first half of the month, their star sign will be Capricorn: the sign of hard-workers and practical thinkers who make excellent leaders; however …

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  • 4 ways to have a fun family New Year at home

    December 29, 2020Celebrate with us, Celebrations, Parenting, Things To Do

    New Years has always traditionally been a time to get together with family and friends and to toast to the year that’s passed. Parties will certainly be a lot smaller this year, but that doesn’t mean it won’t still be special. After all, 2020 has been a difficult year for all of us and the end of it is certainly something to celebrate. 

    The best part of staying home through 2020 has undoubtedly been not really …

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  • Sleeping for Santa: Tips and advice from The Daddy Sleep Consultant

    December 23, 2020Advice, Celebrate with us, Celebrations, Information, Parenting

    The idea of Father Christmas coming is enough to get anyone excited! So it’s no wonder that it can be harder than normal to get your little ones to go to sleep on Christmas Eve. In theory a later night on Christmas Eve isn’t the worst thing to happen, but we often find that this can lead to children who are grumpy and tired on Christmas Day itself (well maybe once all the presents have …

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