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CCIF’s fantabulous relaunch!

Hello lovelies! So, here we are finally, after a few hiccups and nightmare techy problems! All sparkly new for you to enjoy! With our Editor Fi VERY close to giving birth it was all a bit stressy there for a while if we would relaunch in time! We had visions of her typing frantically in between contractions while tweeting and facebooking!  Well…Multi-tasking is all
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Learn to be a lifesaver! – Nationwide child safety campaign launches

New research published today reveals that two out of five parents has had to give emergency first aid to a youngster in their care – but worryingly, over 40% of parents have never done any first aid training. The research also revealed that head injuries, burns and choking are amongst the most common accidents in the home.  Knowledge about what do to is essential
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Sweet 16’s – by lovely guest blogger ‘Little M’

Since leaving the waters and coming home 16 months ago I have spent all of that time discovering my new life. It has been nothing less than adventurous, and each day the world around me is becoming more and more clear. None of this would have been possible without mami and daddy’s love and milk, of course!  Thankfully they have given me the freedom
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Pushy mothers help fight the baby blubber!

  Hello! I’m the editor of Childcare is fun and I’m due to have my second baby at the end of September when (after my 6 weeks check) I’ll be hoping to get back into shape and shed my baby weight! I have a little girl, Betsy, who will only be 12 months older than her baby brother when he is born as I
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Newlife foundation for disabled children

Can you help raise money for Newlife?   Newlife is the UK’s leading children’s disability charity specialising in support to aid children affected by all disabilities.  In addition to funding equipment grants and research, the charity also offers support services operated by specially trained nurses and campaigns for a fairer deal for children to obtain the essential equipment and services they deserve. To meet
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