Month: August 2011

5 ways to get your children to eat fish

Fish glorious fish. My family is big on fish; my 18-month-old toddler chows down on salmon couscous, Pollack in pie or homemade fish fingers. Fish are highly nutritious and eating fish twice a week is recommended for both adults and children. Fish contain huge amounts of protein, are low in “bad” fats and contain Essential […]

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Mummy Blogger post of the week

This week, our favourite mummy blogger post is by Jacq from Mymumdom. Jacq is a mum of 4, kiwi in the uk, visiting vet, terrible cook,  reluctant cleaner, enthusiastic dog walker, willing taxi driver, resigned speech therapist, gardener, best mum in the world, skivvy, teacher, scapegoat, nurse, entertainer, worst mum in the world, judge and […]

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Great personalised books for Dad

A really fun way to get a dad involved in story time is to make it personal. Create a written world in which Dad swings in the trees with the monkeys, hangs upside down alongside bats, hides in the bamboo with a panda and visits the hippo’s birthday party! I don’t mean that mums should […]

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New sun protection range from Little Terra

The Aussies have it all figured out. Inhabitants of the land Down Under are well aware of the detrimental effects of sun and, in retaliation to those pesky UV rays, kit their kids out in protective swimming gear. Children’s retailer Little Terra, inspired by Aussie savvy, has chosen to stock the Radicool 100+ UPF Skins […]

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A womb transplant?!

Imagine carrying your baby in the womb that you were carried in! Unquestionably weird but totally possible, thanks to a 56-year-old mum who has agreed to take part in a ground-breaking new medical procedure. Yes, a womb transplant. Telegraph.co.uk reports that Eva Ottosson will donate her uterus to her 25-year-old daughter Sara, who was born without […]

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