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Tips for successful co-parenting

For many, co-parenting amicably after a split isn’t easy. But if you can make it work, you will be able to give your children stability, security and a close relationship with both parents.     Here are a few tips for successful co-parenting after separation or divorce.   Separate the personal relationship with your ex-partner […]

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Record baby milestones

A first smile, a first tooth, a first word: all memories that parents will want to record and look back on with joy in the heart and a tear in the eye. If there is anything that can sentimentalise the most indifferent of people, it will be having a baby – not always, but often. […]

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Pram etiquette

There is nothing more annoying than a pram in a busy city. It bites at heels and monopolises pavements, buses, trains and supermarket isles. That was my opinion before I became a parent and it still is my opinion! The ideals enveloped in the notion of pram etiquette could go a long way to appeasing […]

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Pop up travel cot

The Samsonite pop-up travel cot is perfect for travel. As parents of a then 6-month-old baby girl, we bought Samsonite’s bubble cot to use on a three week holiday in Italy. It was money well spent. The cot is like a mini tent and folds up into a small, manageable parcel – one little twist […]

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The best book for a toddler

My baby girl is 8 months old and her favourite book at the moment is Octopus Socktopus by Nick Sharrat. I have been reading this book to her for the last while and her reaction to Octopus Socktopus has become progressively more enthusiastic as the months have passed. Now, if she merely catches sight of […]

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