Month: November 2012

Cute winter boots for children

British children cannot survive the country without a pair of lovely wellies. Soggy ground and puddles-a-plenty are all too tempting for little feet. But what about a pair of snuggly boots for home (and anywhere void of puddle and marsh – if there is such a place in our rain-drenched land of loveliness)? Emuaustralia has […]

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A clever night light for children

To help with fear of the dark or night time toilet visits, Brother Max has come up with a clever night light that not only helps children to see but offers a sense of comfort. Shaped like a teddy, the Bear Carry & Hang Night Light can be carried by your little one or hung […]

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Helpful tips on school uniforms

The colder weather means even more clothes for our little ones to keep track of on busy school days – coats, hats, scarves, gloves, not to mention the outdoor P.E. kit! Having had a few slight issues with school uniforms in the short time that we have been in the school system, I thought I […]

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Ten best games to play in the snow

I hate to be the bringer of bad news but winter 2012 is going to be COLD. And I don’t mean the usual cold, I mean extreme Cold – with a capital C. Forecasts say that temperatures will plummet and there will be snow – one of the reasons being the unprecedented loss of polar […]

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Organic ready meals for children

The best meals are the home cooked kind. Delicious and mouth-watering with a touch of mum (or dad) for some extra yummy – there’s nothing quite like a meal made with oodles of love. But sometimes we have to fake it. Busy lives and mad jobs make kitchen time a luxury, in which case we […]

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