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Decorating the kids bedrooms – hey theres carpet under this mound of toys!

Date: July 7, 2016 Author: admin Categories: Freebies, Whats hot 0

Its a mammoth job that seems like an uphill task. Ive put it off long enough, but now its time to ………..  decorate the kids bedrooms! The endless mountain of toys, the old smelly socks that have been stuffed in every orifice, the apple core thats been there for what seems like decades that you…

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Flamenco – why it moves me

Date: February 26, 2014 Author: admin Categories: Real Life, Whats hot 0

Flamenco has always been a huge passion of mine and its not until the last couple of years that I bit the bullet and went for it, booking a local class.I think im lucky to have such a brilliant teacher down the road, I love it and would now be lost without it! Well I…

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Moving on from the judgemental: Listening to ASC families

Date: June 14, 2013 Author: admin Categories: Real Life 5

This is the 3rd (but hopefully not the last!) in this series of blog posts on Autism. The Daily Toddlers guest blogger Shifting.Ground discusses judgement of ASC families and how public opinion needs to move on. “Autism doesn’t affect a person physically in the way that cerebral palsy does for example, and because of its…

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Autism and Las Vegas don’t mix

Date: June 14, 2013 Author: admin Categories: Real Life 6

The 2nd in this 3 part series of blog posts, The Daily Toddlers guest blogger Shifting.Ground discusses managing holiday expectations when you are a spectrum family “Autism is a lifelong developmental disability that affects how a person communicates with, and relates to, other people. It also affects how they make sense of the world around…

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New Child’s Farm cleaning kit

Date: June 10, 2013 Author: admin Categories: Reviews 0

So.. its my birthday and I wanted to stay somewhere a bit different. We found this brilliant, quaint 16th century cottage in the heart of Cambridge which fit the bill perfectly! check it out  The End Cottage As I was traveling, it was the ideal time to try out the NEW Child’s Farm top-to-toe cleaning…

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Autistic Spectrum Conditions and Neuro-Diversity: For some the hard road to diagnosis

Date: June 4, 2013 Author: admin Categories: Real Life 2

  The 1st in this 3 part series of blog posts, The Daily Toddlers guest blogger Shifting.Ground discusses Autism, living with an Autistic family and the challenges and judgements that brings. “Autism is an often misunderstood condition, the symptoms can range from being very severe, where the person is very reliant on others, or relatively…

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Top 10 potty training tips

Date: May 29, 2013 Author: admin Categories: Food, Freebies, Whats hot 8

Well its an obvious one but an important one! To potty train one must use a potty! if your lucky enough that they go straight to the loo then thats amazing, but for the majority the potty is a good place to start. I got the most basic of pottys. It didnt seem to matter…

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Abbreviations in pregnancy

Date: May 16, 2013 Author: admin Categories: Freebies 39

Mum forums such as netmums, mumsnet etc. are a god send when you’re a parent or mum-to-be and have questions at 3 in the morning and you know that other mums are up doing the exact same thing. But the minefield of abbreviations means you can spend as much time trying to work out what…

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Child’s Farm Product review

Date: May 7, 2013 Author: admin Categories: Reviews 3

Having particularly sensitive skin, I am always on the search for shampoos that don’t contain the usual Sodium Lauryl Sulphate ( SLS’s) amongst the other irritant chemicals that crowd our supermarket shelves, so its refreshing to find a product range that can exist without cramming all those horrible chemicals into it (I know this review…

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Kiddiewinks Playgroup Review – May 2013

Date: April 30, 2013 Author: admin Categories: Reviews 2

  Kiddiewinks is a parent and toddler group that runs every Tuesday from 12:30pm to 2:15pm. £3.00 entry for little ones, adults free. Lunch is available to buy at very reasonable cost. Wherever I go and I see Volunteers, I always take my hat off to them. People who give their time up for the…

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