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The Pressures of Breastfeeding – A Post-Birth Story

It’s world breastfeeding week this week………. …and it seems the worlds gone a little mad promoting it, forgetting that there are many new mothers who can’t or don’t want to breastfeed their newborns. So, to mark this week, we have some lovely guest bloggers sharing their stories of breastfeeding with us. here to share her story is the lovely  Emma button who has her own fab
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Movin’ on up! Moving from the Big smoke to the countryside…

I lived in London for 10 years with my husband, and  loved every minute of the life, career and fun it provided us with. However, after finding out I was pregnant with my (now 9 months) daughter Betsy, my Husband and I decided it was time to pack and move on up to Stafford. It wasn’t a random choice; Both me and my husband
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Live and let live – Back off Breastapo!

Yesterday I was watching the news and reading comments on Twitter, and was totally horrified to discover that yummy mummy, Denise Van Outen was getting stick for giving up breastfeeding! I’ve written about breastfeeding and bottle feeding so many times, and have had so many distressed mums contact me feeling like failures, that this recent bullying of a new mother has ‘Grrrrr’d’ me to the max!
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Shopping for your new arrival!

Shopping for your expected arrival is so exciting but can also be a total nightmare! With so many online stores and shops on the high street, how do you know which one to choose for the best? Shopping online can save you lots of money, time and avoid swollen feet! If you’re buying for your new baby, it’s essential to write a list  of all you
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Voice Professional Nanny of the Year Award

By Guest blogger Tricia Pritchard The Voice Professional Nanny of the Year Award, which was launched in 2004, was created to recognise the highly professional, important role nannies play in providing high quality, safe and flexible childcare to thousands of families throughout the UK.   We believe nannies have been, until now, the invisible professionals and it is hoped that this Award will significantly raise the
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