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Choosing a family car

It’s never been the most glamorous automotive sector, but family cars have to cope with a lot of demands. Adults, children and pets all have very different requirements. It can be very difficult to work out which vehicle will best meet the needs of your family in terms of practicality, reliability, comfort, safety and budget. Consider the following points before ... Read More »

Treat the Family to a Media Room this Christmas

These days, teenagers and the ‘big’ kids in the family are after technology. Their Christmas lists are probably full of the latest games consoles and gadgets, and these types of gifts don’t come cheap. If you’re hoping to keep each family member happy without spending a fortune on each individual member you do have another option, creating a family media ... Read More »

Do Men and Women Think Differently

On average, men are about 15% bigger than women, a physical difference that sets the two sexes apart visually, but there are other physical differences between the sexes that set them apart mentally too! It’s no secret that men and women often think differently, thanks to the hard wiring of the circuits inside our brain. The human brain is divided ... Read More »

Tips for Travelling to Menorca with Small Children

Taking a holiday with your little ones is very different from going alone with your significant other. You need to find a place that every member of the family will enjoy, which can sometimes be a difficult task. It will take a lot of planning in order to have the best possible holiday. This is the case with most parents ... Read More »

A rainy Sunday activity: Handmade cards

Whether it’s a half term holiday or a quiet weekend at home, having to entertain your kids during the wet weather is inevitable. Take their eyes from the telly and get their creative juices flowing and challenge them to produce some hand-made cards for everything from their friend’s birthday to Mother’s Day. This is a fun and easy task for ... Read More »

Children’s arts and crafts ideas for autumn

Winter is on the horizon, but there is still time to appreciate the beauty of autumn with the kids. Take a look at our autumn craft projects below, and make the most of the season. Natural art supplies The first things that comes to mind when we think of this time of year are the stunning reds and oranges that ... Read More »

TSB Is Back in Business

More than two hundred years ago, there was a man who went by the name Henry Duncan. Henry Duncan was a Reverend in Dumfriesshire, and he wanted badly to help out some of the more impoverished people in his parish. In 1810, he decided to do something about this, and he created a bank, with the view of helping out ... Read More »

Stylish changing bags

Changing bags are often thought of as notoriously drab items. Overwhelmed with practicality, there is simply no room for style in these everyday items. However, companies like Baby Lurve are stocking a fantastic range of stylish AND practical changing bags. We took a look at their collection and selected our favourites… Rosebud Flying Geese Messenger Juggling a baby, a handbag ... Read More »

How to develop healthy eating habits for your children

Trying to manage your own diet is difficult, but keeping on top of your child’s eating habits as well is even harder. Here are three ways you can help your child develop a healthy diet.   Make an effort What your child eats is ultimately up to you – you’re the one that does the weekly the shop and prepares ... Read More »