How to cope with unwanted parenting advice!

We’ve all been there right? The well-meaning but (oh please stop) unwanted parenting advice? I’ve witnessed some beauties over the years, both as a professional and a mum – and here’s a few of the best comments or advice I’ve heard! Unwanted parenting advice •Sleep when the baby sleeps. •Don’t create bad habits! •Leave them to cry it does them good! •In my day
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Milk before bed for the sleep win!

Everyone’s got their own little trick to help them get their 8 hours, counting sheep, reading a good book, putting their phone out of sigh, but have you ever heard about drinking a glass of milk before you go to bed as a way to help you get a sound night’s sleep? It’s one of the tips I’ve shared lots over the years in
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Golden Globe winner Angela Bassett brings New Orleans Jazz to life in Trombone Shorty read aloud for SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Storyline Online®

Golden Globe-winning and Oscar®-nominated actress Angela Bassett joins the SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s Storyline Online® cast of readers this month, bringing to life the true story of Grammy®-nominated New Orleans musician Troy Andrews in Trombone Shorty, a new read-aloud for the Emmy-nominated children’s literacy program. Written by Troy “Trombone Shorty” Andrews himself, and illustrated by Corretta Scott King Illustrator Award winner Bryan Collier, this vibrant 2016
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INGENIOUS PPE CRAFTER, AN INSPIRATIONAL VICAR, AND LOCAL LEGENDS FUNDRAISING IN THEIR COMMUNITIES HAVE BEEN SHORTLISTED FOR THE 2020, EPIC DAD OF THE YEAR AWARD! 

Biscuit brand Wagon Wheels, called for nominations of the heroes and legends of 2020 from all walks of life, particularly those who have gone above and beyond to help their families and communities throughout the Coronavirus Pandemic.   The Finalists   Richard Leachman: Richard a 38-year-old news broadcaster from Dartford, has inspired his three children to take incredible action during the current crisis, helping to
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Mombie/Zomdad solutions

Knackered parent? Totally exhausted and struggling to cope with days that follow sleepless nights? I hear ya! Newborn babies invariably wake up repeatedly in the night for the first few months, and disturbed nights can be very hard to cope with. As the weeks go by there are lots of reasons your little one will wake and this can result in feeling totally zombified the
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