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Teach Your Kids To Love The Great Outdoors: 4 Step Guide

In the modern world far too, many children spend their time indoors. It is fine for the children to watch TV and play inside sometimes, but it isn’t healthy for them to do it all the time. Children need to be outdoors and enjoy nature, as well as having a busy home life. The level of balance that a child gets from learning to
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Top Tips to Make Your Kid’s Birthday One to Remember

If you’ve got a child with a special birthday coming up, you may be stuck for ideas as to what to do. With so many options available, it’s little wonder that many parents find their heads spinning before they’ve even started writing the guest list. So, if you’ve been racking your brains trying to think how to make your kid’s party one to remember,
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Baby or Career, Baby or Career?

Well, with the help of forward thinking feminists, you no longer have to make that decision. There was once a time when it would have been a woman’s duty to raise a family and forget any desires she may have had of having a successful career. Well, now you no longer have to make the choice. You can be a very successful business woman,
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A Guide to Soothing Your Pet During a Storm

Many pets are scared of thunderstorms, but some more so than others. Some make loud noises, while others try to hide from the noise or run away from it, which can end up getting them hurt. I’ve heard horror stories of dogs launching themselves at windows and cats hiding behind freezers and then getting burned from the coils just so they can get away
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Give Your Daughter The Perfect Prom: 4 Steps

Prom is a vital part of growing up. The event is when your daughter gets a chance to enjoy herself and also enters into the world of adulthood. Senior prom in particular is a huge deal for your daughter. She and her friends will have been talking about the event for weeks leading up to it. By recognising the importance of prom, you can
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Every Family Should Buy A Puppy – We Know Something You Don’t

Eric Danley Dogs are man’s best friend; as long as you feed it. There are few animals that are as cute and as much fun as a young puppy. In many ways, they remind us of our own children in their behavior. The mischief they get into is not born of malice, it is just innocent play, and it is easy to forgive them
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Your Child Must Take Up A Musical Instrument: Here’s Why

Frank Lindecke We have many responsibilities from the day our children arrive. The world is a competitive place. Those who get a good start in life are likely to thrive more than those who suffered disadvantages at a young age. Sometimes the weight of responsibility is overpowering. The kids are not allowed to enjoy their childhood for long. The insistence of the government to
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The Art of Buying a Rug: how to source and buy the best quality rug you can… at the price you want

Rugs are great; they add interest, warmth and texture to a room, as well as sectioning off larger rooms into smaller portions, creating natural eating space and relaxation zones. Rugs can be used all over the house, from runners in the hallway to fluffy ones to warm your feet as you leave your bed in the morning. Even the kids don’t get left out;
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The Secret Guide To Christenings 2014

Link to image A christening is the single most important event in a babies’ life. Your child is entering their new path into religion. The christening is a time to celebrate and enjoy as it is the second beginning of your child’s life. One mistake many parents make when embarking upon the spiritual journey of a christening, is to panic. It is difficult to
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Three Soft Toys that Babies are Guaranteed to Love

Whether you’ve just brought your bundle of joy home or are celebrating your baby’s first birthday, there is no doubt an urge to rush out and buy them plenty of new toys with which to play. It can be a bit difficult to navigate all of the worries that any mum has when having to shop for toys: is the toy too sharp? Does
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