Parenting & Family

How to Organize your Kids Puzzles!

Jigsaw Puzzle Organizer

I’m not sure about you, but puzzles are one of those toys that just irritate me no end. I am constantly picking up puzzles pieces off the floor and no matter how many times I sticky tape the boxes closed they come open and the puzzle pieces come spilling out …

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OMG that is NOT my vagina!

OMG that is not my vagina

Last year I was contacted by a marketing company, Skinstore was bringing out a new range called Mama Mio and they were looking for quotes from mommy bloggers about how their bodies survived pregnancy. While I was really flattered and all I couldn’t help wondering why on earth they contacted …

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Banes and Boons of Going Back to School

Going back to school - the real cost of education

Every parent knows how having a child can change you; that little bundle completely changes your priorities and outlook on life – nothing is more important, more precious, or more loved than your child. But oh my goodness, are they expensive?! According to the experts, the average costs of raising …

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7 Things Every Mom Should Know About Trampolines

Facts about trampolines

We know that moms, always being the cautious ones, often feel skeptical about trampolines and the prospect of their kid bouncing on one. Much of it is due to unfounded rumors or exaggerations. It’s only unfortunate that the benefits of trampolines don’t get passed around as often… to the detriment …

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Jogging Strollers: Exercise with Your Baby

Jogging strollers - Exercise with your baby

When a baby arrives in the home, the happy event is always accompanied by a little worry on the mother’s part. During the nine months that were spent carrying the baby, extra energy was stored by the body, and this energy was stored as fat. Mothers are always anxious to …

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Merry Christmas 2016

Merry Christmas 2016

Every year we would be the last to stick up our tree. It was always a rushed sort of event, with my dad racing out to try and find the last straggly tree. I don’t know why but our ornaments seemed to get less and less each year.. The only …

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5 Top Tips For Traveling With Young Children

Traveling with young children can be quite the challenge if you are not well prepared. Knowing what to expect and how to prepare for traveling with a baby or young children can make all the difference to your vacation. Traveling With Young Children – 5 Top Tips Plan In Advance …

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A Serendipitous Encounter

Kids Chores a serendipitous encounter

The longest holiday break of the year has arrived! Kids are visiting grandma and we, the parents, finally have the much needed break from ‘family life’. Mom can sleep in and dad can prepare for work at a leisurely pace. The sobering reality is, it is all but happening –  we …

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