Pre and post-motherhood: the differences

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Memory Pre-Motherhood: I could walk from one room to another and know exactly why I was there. I put things where they belonged and I made complete sentences. My brain cells worked as a team. Memory Post-Motherhood: I walk into a room with a purpose and immediately forget what it is upon arrival. I put […]

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Learning about animals: a multifaceted approach

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How do you teach your children about animals? Perhaps you have pets, or visit your local zoo or wildlife park? Perhaps you read about them, watch nature programmes or play with toy animals? Perhaps you are lucky enough to live around a range of animals, or perhaps you’ve taken your children on trips away and […]

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The benefits of snow play

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We’ve loved the pre-Christmas snow, as well as the bit we had between Christmas and New Year. It’s all gone here now but we really made the most of it while it lasted. Did you have much snow? The children are all real snow babies and we all love being in the mountains skiing and […]

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What makes you smile?

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Do you ever give much thought to what makes you smile? According to a study the average UK adult smiles 11 times EVERY DAY, or more than 232,000 times over their lifetime. Does that sound like you? Do you smile more or less than that do you think? The top 4o things that make us […]

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