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Roller blinds are perfect for busy households

Keeping the house in the same way you always have is something that parents rarely achieve. Spotless, minimalist homes are suddenly a den of toys, playthings, dirty hand prints and worse. Preparing your child’s bedroom for them to take that step of sleeping by themselves is one of the most exciting yet wistful times as not having them in your room is their first step towards

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Kids Clothing for Autumn and Winter

When buying clothes for your little one, it’s important that you take both practicality and comfort into consideration.

Especially when you’re buying kids clothes in autumn and winter, as you need to make sure that they are kept warm for the colder days, as well as feeling comfortable enough to play freely.

Jackets and Coats

Of course a jacket or coat is essential for the autumn and winter months

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If your friends and family have had enough of the baby talk, then why not get online, and check out our blog, where you can indulge in all things ‘baby’ to your heart’s content. Our baby blog has useful guides to different baby products, dealing with pregnancy issues and looking after baby when it’s born. You’ll find parenting blogs, gossip on celebrity babies, and lots of

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Gardening your world

You don’t necessarily need to have green fingers, like the adorable Alan Titchmarsh, to make your garden look a joy to behold. Whether your garden is big or small, there is always something you can do to ‘glam’ it up when the weather is lousy, even when it is meant to be summer. The weather may have been unpredictable recently, but with a few perky ideas

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Repositioning Techniques for Deformational (Positional) Plagiocephaly

All new parents spend endless hours watching and wondering over their infants. This puts them on the front line so far as noticing when things seem amiss.

Parents are almost always the first to notice the signs of positional plagiocephaly, the medical term for an unusual flattening of the skull. It is usually on the back or on one side of the head, and it can be

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Two week old child survives 4 days under earthquake rubble

Four days after a devastating earthquake separated a two week old child and her mother Semiha Karaduman was reunited with her 16 day old child Azra who made national headlines after she was found in the rubble of a building in Ercis after a 7.2 magnitude earthquake hit the region.

At the time they were both taken to the hospital where they were treated before they were

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How parents can get a decent nights sleep

One of the hardest things about being a new parent is the sleepless nights and troubled days when your baby cannot get off to sleep easily. Sometimes it can seem as though there is nothing that will put your new arrival to bed. This is something that will wear on new parents and quickly become a source of immense frustration. This article is going to look

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The uterus

The uterus is a female sexual organ, in which the fertilized egg matures before birth.  All female mammals have a uterus.  Processes occurring within the uterus are described by the adjective ‘in utero’.

The shape of the uterus of the woman resembles an upside-down pear and at the upper end of the uterus is the fundus of the uterus, the fallopian tubes (tubes).  Next to the uterine

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October and November babies prone to food allergies

A recent study found that if you are born during October and November, you are more possibly going to suffer from some sort of food allergy by age four than if you were born in June or July.  A Finnish study discovered that almost one in ten autumn babies had food allergies and only five in ten summer babies.

Autumn babies were more predisposed to milk and

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Woman finally gives birth after four failed attempts

After years of heart break, a woman from Birmingham was able to give birth to a healthy, strapping baby boy.  Elizabeth Baker lost four babies, each only six weeks along, before the miracle of her 6lb, 11oz baby, Isaac.

Elizabeth was the beneficiary of groundbreaking research performed in order to discover if women who were given steroids during their first two weeks of pregnancy could be giving

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