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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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Cheap and Cheerful Ways to Keep Your Kids Entertained This Summer

So, here they are – the summer holidays. A long, long stretch of days ahead where you may well find yourself running out of ways to keep your little ones entertained. While everyone loves a day trip to the beach, a visit to the petting zoo or soft play with some friends, these things can […]

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Recent study: Allergies linked to month of conception

A recent Finnish study, published in the Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health, states that children’s chances of developing allergies to foods such as milk and eggs could depend on when they are conceived. This new study complements previous research which found that children born in autumn or winter were more likely to suffer from eczema […]

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Talking to your baby

The organisation Talk to Your Baby says that we need to engage more and communicate more with babies from naught to two years old. The organisation, which is part of the National Literacy Trust, has based its work on the truth that most brain development occurs in the first 24 months, exactly the stage at which […]

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Best baby toy

Best baby toy…. The Manhattan Toy Winkel is the perfect toy for a small baby. The Baby Winkel is a strange looking object and I was, in fact, attracted by its apparent randomness: it is made up of intertwining, multi-coloured, pliable plastic tubes that are held together by a plastic block that rattles. The Winkel […]

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The things we do to entertain our children

I am a music lover and there is always music playing in my house, the consequence of which is that I am quite often a victim to Musical Insanity, which grasps me in its clutches and shakes me around rather hysterically. I find myself dancing around my house in a maniacal manner, which is okay […]

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