Month: October 2011

The IVF lottery

It’s real folks – an IVF lottery, the world’s first in fact. UK Fertility Charity To Hatch is set to launch a monthly jackpot, the winner of which will receive £25, 000 worth of fertility treatments at one of the country’s top clinics. If standard IVF fails, the winner will be offered donor eggs, reproductive […]

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New baby iPhone case!

It’s all good and well raising a generation of techno tots but the little monkeys shorten the life span of all things electronic. With the help of grubby hands and sticky saliva, screens are decimated and buttons obliterated. My poor mobile looks like a dog’s breakfast… make that a baby’s breakfast. In a bid to […]

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Jewellery for little girls

Diamonds are a girl’s best friend. There is a reason that this phrase has become a cliché; it’s totally true. My little daughter LOVES my jewellery; it’s not all diamonds (sadly) but it’s pretty, shiny and there’s some bling in there as well… a precursor to diamonds in the eyes of a near-two-year-old. Now, I […]

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A new national children’s literature centre

I have a passion for literature and I get ridiculously excited when I read about enthusiastic projects that share my love for books. And there is a real goody going on at the moment. Supported by the actor Joanna Lumley, who has a holiday home nearby, the Peter Pan Moat Brae Trust has launched a global appeal for […]

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