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The Ultimate Guide To Your Baby’s Sleeping Pattern

Nothing is more complicated than a baby’s sleep pattern. It often takes several months for them to learn how to sleep like an adult. So, as paediatrician Marie Thirion points out; it is best to be patient… 0 – 2 months: The Big Sleep A newborn baby keeps the good habits of its life in utero (in the womb): sleeping ... Read More »

How To Make Sock Puppets With The Kids

Keeping the kids entertained is hardly ever easy, but something that they nearly always enjoy is taking part in different kinds of arts and crafts. On a rainy day when you and your child are bored, instead of making cakes and contributing to the rise in childhood obesity, why not make a cute, handy sock puppet instead? Not only will ... 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 »

6 Ideas For Selling Your Kid’s Unwanted Clothes

Children grow so quickly, sometimes it’s hard to keep up with them. Kitting them out with a new wardrobe can become a stressful and all too frequent occurrence. If you have a whole brood of little ones, then this exercise can become extremely expensive, and they may only wear something a couple of times before it’s too small. Image Source ... 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 »

Interesting stationary types for kids

Buying stationary for your kids can sometimes be a chore. What should be a relatively easy process usually turns into a screaming match on both sides. Buying stationary for children is difficult because it’s important for them to appear cool at school. Having awesome stationary is important to your child’s social life at school, if your kid has the most ... Read More »