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The new ’30 hours free childcare’ All you need to know!

Free childcare? Thirty hours? Yes please I hear you cry – but nothing is as straightforward as it seems! Here’s everything you need to know about the new free childcare allowance. When will the free 30 hour childcare be in place?  There are already free 15 hours in place, but from September 2017, the current allowance available to all parents will double for those
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Sleepy: The body lotion that insomniacs are swearing by for a good night’s sleep!

As a child sleep expert it’s pretty ironic that I suffer with insomnia! My little ones are fab sleepers but me? Not so much! I spent many hours awake at night and often struggle to fall asleep. Imagine my delight to hear from a friend about this amazing sleepy lotion by Lush! (Thanks Rosie for the heads up!) As a leading baby and child
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Rain Rain go away! (Don’t worry – BT TV Kids is here to save the day!)

So here it is, the wonderful British summer we’ve all waited for. The little ones are out of school, the days are long and the excitement levels are high, but the plans of beach trips, zoo visits and glorious sunshine filled days have been scuppered by our typical summer weather! But don’t despair! There’s lots to do on rainy days, and the rain will
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Lets celebrate saggy boobs, stretch marks and wobbly bits!

I do love the media lately – there are so many powerful and positive images for young girls and boys lately, that it makes me smile. The most recent being lovely Stacey Solomon who posted a wonderful ‘bikini body’ video over on her instagram page. Stacey looks wonderful, she’s ditched the popular instagram filters and clever camera angles, to show the world close up,
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Special Event for Children with Autism to be held at National Sea Life Centre Birmingham

The city centre aquarium is holding an event on Saturday 12th August specially designed for families with autistic children. Exclusive use of the centre, along with considerate lighting and reduced sound, will help families enjoy the aquarium experience in a relaxed and understanding setting. Sarah Brown from the Birmingham aquarium said: “We are excited to host this event as one of the first of
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