Breastfeeding with Gnashers

breastfeeding with teeth

Breastfeeding doesn’t come naturally to everyone and it can be hard work sometimes, especially in the early days. So what about when you also have to contend with teeth? Now the average age that teeth start to appear is around six months, but we don’t all fit into the ‘average’ category now do we? Even […]

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One day…

One day I will have a tidy house. One day I will sleep for 8 uninterrupted hours per night. One day I will be able to shop on my own at my leisure. One day I will be able to go to the toilet on my own. One day I will not have to pick food up […]

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5 money saving tips for families

Life can get expensive when you have a family, especially when there are quite a few of you. Spending doesn’t have to be outrageous though, careful planning can make sure that your family spending stays sensible. There are lots of ways that families can save money, but I’ve included five ideas here for starters. You […]

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Protecting your family from Flu this winter

flu vaccine

It’s that time of year again when doctor’s surgeries open up their doors for specific Flu clinics to vaccinate all those considered most at risk as winter approaches. In an interview with GPOnline, Andrew Green, clinical and prescribing lead for the General Practice Committee has urged doctors to step up preparations for a possible flu […]

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Pre and post-motherhood: the differences

buying for baby

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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