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Keeping Your Children Safe on Facebook

Can we, as parents, ever truly know what our kids are doing on Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, or Twitter, or any of the countless other social media sites currently out there? I had a really interesting week just before school broke up, as both a teacher and a parent, and thought I’d share my findings with other parents. I set my year 11 class a
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Three Beautiful Destinations for This Year’s Family Holidays

Family holidays are always something to look forward to, especially when you have had most of the year spent with work and family obligations. But, with so many destinations to choose from, even coming up with a list of top destinations for the whole family to enjoy can be quite a daunting task. Luckily, this travel guide contains a few words of advice to
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Ways that Your Kids can Improve Your Home’s Security

You want to keep a safe home, but not just for yourself. Your kids are the most important thing in your life and you want to keep them safe more than anything in the world. Part of keeping your kids safe means keeping the home that you provide for them as safe as it can possibly be. You may feel stressed, thinking that all
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How To Plan The Perfect Christening

Congratulations! Your new bundle of joy has finally arrived, and you are ready to introduce your precious one to God’s family and kingdom, by having him or her christened. Your baby’s christening is truly a momentous once-in-a-lifetime event that welcomes him or her into Christianity. Furthermore, it is an important day for you, as a parent, as well as your chosen godparents, as you
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Brilliant Tips for Throwing an Amazing Child’s Party

The kids have begged for a party, and you have relented. We have all done it from time to time. You are probably feeling a sense of regret, but cannot go back on your word. After all, how do you throw a brilliant children’s party? With adults, you can play them with booze to make sure that they have a good time. With kids,
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The Benefits Of Country Life For Your Family

There is much to say about making a move to the country. City life suits many people, but those with young children often dream about moving to a place of peace and relative safety. It isn’t only the children that will benefit from a better quality of life; adults who suffer from stress and anxiety could find peace in their new haven. One of
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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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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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