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This week we are over on the lovely Keynko for #SatCap, so nip on over and check out the other entries! My entry is a lovely one from the family archives. This photo was taken after the first time my daughter had a swimming lesson – do you think that … Continued
Greg Childs, Director of the Children’s Media Foundation www.thechildrensmediafoundation.org has some helpful strategies to navigate the kids and media minefield. My son’s in his twenties now. He was brought up with the internet, started to learn to read by playing video games, and is one of the generation for … Continued
This week’s Parent Blogging All Star is Hannah from Make, Do and Push. Hannah got into blogging to document her journey into motherhood. Find out more about her here: Your Name: Hannah Blog Name: Make, Do and Push! What are the sexes and ages of your children?: I have … Continued
Do you, like me, sometimes feel all you say is NO? There are some days when I feel I have said no all day long. ‘No you can’t do that’ ‘No you can’t have that’ ‘Don’t do that’ ‘Leave your brother alone’ ‘Leave your sister alone’ ‘STOP’ It can … Continued
Mammasaurus has decided to pass on her wonderful Saturday is Caption Day linky to others having given it a wonderful start off every week for simply an absolutely age…! Myself, Ramblings of a Former Rock n’ Roll Mum, Keynko, and Mummy Barrow will be sharing the honours for the foreseeable … Continued
Sometimes I end up sending a little too much of my time on YouTube; mainly looking for useful stuff that will help with all those parenting tips that we write… As we all know, YouTube can get rather distracting, so when I spotted that Evian have released another in their series of … Continued
We are back with our monthly parenting tips linky for you all. This month we are spreading the net a little wider and you can link up anything that will help to get us all through the holidays whether at Easter, halfterm or even in the summer. A sort of … Continued
Annie the Nanny has a wealth of experience, and she has given some solutions to the age old problem of your child biting or pinching others. A new stage of life That’s a great question and its answer lies in the coming to a very important understanding that your child … Continued
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