Category Archive for "Experiences"

When do babies start to talk?

anemptytextlline
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My little baby is definitely now a toddler. Only on Sunday did he firmly tell me 'no more!" when I was trying to get him to have some more cottage pie. And it got...
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The First Term At Primary School

anemptytextlline
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It's all go at the moment on the school front. You may be looking at schools to make your selections by the 15th January for any littles starting this September. If you didn't catch...
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‘Mommy, I put something in my ear’

anemptytextlline
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As you read this I will be sitting in the children's ward at our local hospital with my big boy awaiting (or perhaps just out of) for him to go to theatre to have...
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Surviving The Festive Season With Little Ones

anemptytextlline
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Christmas excitement has reached fever pitch in our house. There's a very fine line between excited and overwhelmed and I think this time of year makes it a little blurry. I'll admit, I'm the...
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Santa, believing

Do You Still Believe?

anemptytextlline
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I recently read that the average age children stop believing in Santa is age six. I was both horrified and scared senseless as my lovely Molly turned six last week. I am determined she...
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Getting Naked {Discussion}

anemptytextlline
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Today's post came after a team discussion on nakedness. Don't worry, we are not about to promote the virtues of naturism but instead it is on the subject of being naked in front of...
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Giving Something Back At Christmas

anemptytextlline
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My girls are spoilt. Simple as. Not as in spoilt tantrumming children but as in they have so many things and so many loving relatives that they are inundated with gifts at Christmas. Probably...
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How Much Should Santa Spend at Christmas?

anemptytextlline
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Well, I don’t know about you lot, but round these parts, it seems that as soon as the pumpkins are binned and the calendar strikes November the conversation takes a sudden festive turn. Actually,...
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