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[30 Jul 2012 | 425 Comments | ]
Water play ideas from Frugal and Fun

We’re very pleased to welcome back one of our Parent Panel mums, Jen Walshaw from The Mad House, A Thrifty Mum and Frugal and Fun with this fab guest post featuring some cool ideas for summer fun on a budget.

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[17 Jul 2012 | 438 Comments | ]
How to Use a Baby Thermometer

We’re very pleased to welcome Kerri from BabyMonitorsOnline with this helpful post on choosing and using the right thermometer for your baby.

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[1 May 2012 | Comments Off | ]
The Toddler Guide To Food by Joanne Mallon

Parenting a toddler is full of challenges and for some this can often include issues around food. Did you ever wish another parent could tell you what they wish someone had told them? Well read on, because we are about to share an extract from the chapter on fussy eaters from Joanne Mallon’s new book Toddlers: an instruction manual. A guide to surviving the years one to four (written by parents, for parents).

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[6 Mar 2012 | 3 Comments | ]
Sleep problems…

Is sleep, or the lack of it, an issue in your child’s life? We’re delighted to be sharing this guest post by Sally and Chelsea from The Nanny Tree, which offers expert advice on how to tackle common sleep problems.

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[1 Dec 2011 | One Comment | ]
Dear Santa…

Christmas is a time of giving but surely there’s nothing wrong with indulging in a little wish list of our own?
We’re very pleased to be sharing this fabulous guest post by Joanna from the Working Mammy Blog.

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[1 Nov 2011 | One Comment | ]
Tremendous Twos: A Guest Post by Ali McCloskey

The words ‘terrible twos’ can strike fear into the hearts of even the hardiest parents. Yet react to toddler tantrums with a little understanding, consistency and patience, says relationship coach and mum-of-three, Ali McCloskey, and the terrible twos could soon become the tremendous twos.