In Praise of the Staycation

Today’s blog post has been kindly provided by Luxury Family Hotels, experts in child-friendly holidays across several stunning UK locations. As the Easter holidays loom ever larger, many parents will be taking to the internet or poring over holiday brochures in the hope of booking a ticket to the sun. …

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Guest Post: Very Intelligent Princess

Today’s blog post is written by Rachel Collingwood, co-founder of Very Intelligent Princess, an online club that aims to inspire girls to reach their full potential without being constrained by the ‘norms’ of society. To find out more about this fantastic initiative, please visit veryintelligentprincess.com. This Online Club is to …

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Guest Post by Robin Hanbury-Tenison: The devastating effect of 'development' on tribal people

Today’s guest blogger is Laura Tenison’s uncle, the great explorer, Robin Hanbury-Tenison. He is also a co-founder of Survival International, an organisation that tirelessly champions tribal peoples around the world. Survival International works to protect the world’s tribes from exploitation by industrialised society through education, research and campaigning. To learn …

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How to Keep Bugs at Bay

It’s time to say goodbye to summer and get out our hats and scarves. Winter is fast approaching and that means flu and snotty noses are on their way. Children are great carriers of bugs, and at this time of year GPs and hospitals will be filling up with sick …

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Introducing Lazy Daisy

I am so chuffed that we have been asked to author a series of antenatal and baby blogs for the guys at JoJo, not least because as a mum of 5 I am a frequent visitor of their Bury St Edmunds store.  Our micro scooter is the current favourite thing …

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