Monthly Archives: June 2013

Help Create and Curate the World’s Largest Art Show

June 28, 2013
By
Richard Reed

Brian Cox recently made the point that the inspiration and firing up of the imagination that art can trigger is universal: we all benefit from being exposed to art.  But less than 10% of the UK population visit an art gallery in an average year, even though we live in a country with a...

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All About Autism: How Mark and Listening to “The Reason I Jump”, by Naoki Higashida (Radio 4 book of the week) Opened my Eyes

June 27, 2013
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Little Boy with Ducks

As parents, we are always on tenterhooks. Nowadays I’m worrying about my sons disappearing into the London traffic on their push bikes, or heading off for a teenagers’ camping week. But when they are new-born we just want them to be OK, don’t we? When I was pregnant I was often asked, “Do you...

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Is she, isn’t she? A Royal HypnoBirth

June 24, 2013
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baby-birth

For months there have been rumblings within the birthing community, that the Duchess of Cambridge could be using Hypnobirthing to help her with her labour. Last week was the first time I’ve seen this being reported in the main stream press. The Times – ‘Kate considers hypnosis to help her through the pain of...

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JEYNES JOURNEYS: JoJo in Canada…or is it France?

June 17, 2013
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canada-flag

I’ve just finished a 4 day trip to Canada on the search for Reps to sell JoJo in this huge country! It’s my first proper trip here and I have to say, the Canadians are very lovely people. It’s immediately easy to assume it’s just like America and there are, of course, many similarities...

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JoJo Boys’ Clothes Review

June 12, 2013
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boys breton top

So finally, someone took the lid off and let the sunshine in, marking the start of the summer and also the start of a string of ‘occasions’ in our household. First of all there was Auntie Jean’s 80th, a family gathering for a Sunday Roast at a nice golf club, a perfect occasion to...

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Travelling with Babies and Young Children

June 5, 2013
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summer babies

Travelling with children can be great fun if everything goes well, but can quickly degenerate into a stressful disaster if things don’t go according to plan. As long as you’re realistic, and spend a bit of time making plans, you should be on for a good time. Plans Firstly, try to fit your travel plans in...

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