Even celebrities get the blues

  Post Natal Depression (PND) is still a subject that many new mothers feel to afraid to speak about so I applaud Adele, who recently shared her own battle with postnatal depression after the birth of her son, Angelo. The singer told Vanity Fair magazine that she felt, at the time, like she had made “the worst decision” of her life. Adele says she “loves her son more than
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Halloween lantern of awesome!

I’d love to take the credit for this one, but I’ll be honest ~ it was made by my husband Richie! The littles absolutely loved it when he made it so I had to share it with you all. You’ll need:  Large watermelon carving tools marker pen cocktail sticks                 How to: Draw the ninja turtle outline
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strawberry mice | getting kids to eat fruit | party food ideas

Strawberry Mice – A cute way to eat strawberries!

  Strawberry Mice My two love anything fun and creative with food – so when I made mice out of strawberries – they were very excited! These little cute creations are super easy to make – and you only need 3 ingredients! Theres also very little mess and the little ones can help make them too!   You’ll need: Strawberries Raisins White chocolate buttons
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When should you let your child walk to school alone?

There’s been a lot of debate over the years about what age you should let your child walk to school alone. I started walking to school without my mum when I was 8. My school was in sight of my house and I walked with a friend. Looking back now as a parent myself, I’d say I was far too young, but in the
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Top tips for keeping children hydrated

I’m the first to admit that I don’t drink enough water and notice a huge difference both physically and mentally when I actually make the effort to drink more. Luckily my bad water-drinking habits haven’t rubbed off on my two children, and they drink regularly throughout the day unlike their mama! Little ones are much more prone to dehydration than adults because their bodies don’t
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