Monthly Archives: October 2012

The Shadow Cutter

October 25, 2012
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london-silhouette-artist-4

I remember the first time I saw my own child’s silhouette portrait. Casting my eyes over the delicate cut black paper, I was amazed at each little detail the artist had made using only a tiny pair of scissors. Then the moment came of recognition of my child, even though it was just his...

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A little bit of Magic Dust

October 23, 2012
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tammy

When I’m not having fun with my 2 gorgeous daughters, Gracie & Haddie, I run a wedding planning company called Magic Dust. Launched in 2006 after leaving the crazy world of magazine publishing – I was Commercial Director on Grazia when it launched in the UK – we have always sought to be refreshing,...

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Jeynes Journeys – Playtime for JoJo

October 18, 2012
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JeynesJapan

JoJo works so hard – pleasing many customers across the world – a well earnt play is long overdue but this Playtime is far from a run around in a park or playground… Playtime is a twice yearly Trade Show bringing lots of very beautiful, quirky and unusual children’s brands together in 3 locations...

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Much Appreciated, Thank Yous

October 11, 2012
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I can’t tell you how often I have told my children to say ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ and on the whole they are brilliant at remembering their P’s and Q’s. In fact, I think most children are pretty good at this these days. I’m sure yours are too? So why is it that as...

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Fashion Victims?

October 8, 2012
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A ‘free’ red football kit Jago has started going to football training for toddlers.  We definitely don’t have a budding Ronaldo on our hands.  His main ball skill seems to be ‘why not just throw it in the goal’ so much easier than this kicking malarkey.     As part of the joining package...

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Not baby blues but weaning woes…

October 3, 2012
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rosie-wright

Following my blog about when (and how) to stop breastfeeding, once you feel you and your baby are ready, I wanted to write about the challenge that some women face when they do decide to stop, as some find themselves feeling down or even depressed when they stop breastfeeding. I first heard about this phenomenon,...

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