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Reindeer jacket potatoes!

Tadaaa! Jacket potato reindeers – a fun way of getting kids to eat their veggies! Serve with a selection of toppings including homemade coleslaw, diced veggies, mild salsa, baked beans or cheese! The smart food bit: Potatoes are a fab part of a child’s diet, providing fuel, fiber and essential vitamins (including vitamin b6) and minerals. Potato is a good source of vitamin C
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Baby shark Santa song!

Baby Shark is back with a new Christmas classic; ‘Santa Shark!’ Merry Christmas everyone! (You’re welcome!) Santa Shark Lyrics: Santa shark, ho ho ho, ho ho ho ho ho. Santa shark, ho ho ho, ho ho ho ho ho. Santa shark, ho ho ho, ho ho ho ho ho. Santa shark. Reindeer sharks, do do do, do do do do do. Reindeer sharks, do
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Frankie & Benny’s ban phones at the dinner table!

A nationwide study has found as many as 72 percent of kids WISH their parents would spend less time on their phones and more time talking to them, while a further seven in ten insist their parents enjoy more “screen time” than they do.   Heartbreakingly, almost one in ten (8 percent) of British children have tried to hide their parent’s handset in a desperate bid to get their
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The Regular Parent Podcast: Episode one

Hello lovely faces! Excited to share the very first #TheRegularParent podcast with you! It’s my new project sharing different families everyday lives (in a bid to reassure other families that every family is different – and to stop worrying that their lives are not Instagram perfect!) Everyone’s ‘normal’ is different. Mum of three Kara, shares with us her ‘regular parent’ life as a full-time
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Introducing ‘The Regular Parent’ series! Coming soon…

As a mum of two little ones born less than a year apart, Fi Star-Stone knows that parenting isn’t always easy. Her gentle techniques and approachable manner are popular with families and celebrities worldwide. Fi is a qualified parenting advisor with over 24 years working with children and families. Her qualifications include a Degree in Childhood and Youth studies, an NNEB in Nursery nursing,
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