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Sudocrem Study

TERMS AND CONDITIONS Launch Date: 6th March 2017 End date: 8th March 2017 23:59 (Winner picked 9th March) All prizes will be dispatched to the winner within 15 days of the winner’s details being successfully obtained by Sudocrem’s Facebook team. 1. No purchase necessary. 2. The competition is open to all citizens of the United […]

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Should Dads Get to Sleep Over in Maternity Wards?

Recently journalist Annie Ridout criticised hospital policies not allowing partners to spend the night after birth in the hospital with mum and baby. Her tweet, expectedly, has divided opinion. […]

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Mornings with other mums

I have never seen myself as a ‘hanging out with other mummies in coffee shops talking babies’ kind of mum. I don’t really have a valid reason other than it makes me feel a tad uncomfortable and I am afraid of getting stuck in an I-can’t-stop-talking-about-my- baby rut. […]

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Guilt free parenting

Decisions. The weight of responsibility that rests on the shoulders of a parent can be crushing. Overwhelming and crushing. This is because, as parents, we want to do our best. We want to make the right decisions for our children – decisions that will mould them into emotionally prosperous individuals who are able to contribute […]

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Baby teeth grinding

My ten-month old baby girl loves to grind her teeth. She has done this since her top and bottom teeth sprouted from her little gums. I haven’t heard her doing it at night so I think she is doing what I call ‘explorative grinding’ – she is getting used to the protrusions that have invaded […]

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Baby’s first passport

One of my favourite experiences as a mum was taking my baby girl for her passport photographs and then subsequently receiving her passport in the post. Amelia was nearly five months old when I took her to have her passport pics taken at my local post office. […]

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