Category: Parenting tips

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How to manage a super messy baby after nursery…and some bath time reviews

Combine messy play, weaning and sensory activities and the result is one super dirty baby that’s caked in everything from shaving foam to tomato sauce. Now while messy play gives Cyrus the opportunity to be creative (and I’m all for that given where I work @inspirebeliefstudio), the gloop, goo and...

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Newcastle mumpreneur nominated for a prestigious national children’s award

A Newcastle mumpreneur has been nominated for a prestigious national children’s award. The ‘What’s On 4 Kids’ Awards were launched a decade ago to celebrate the UK’s best activities, class leaders, party providers, places and activity-based products for children. Jenna Davy, 37, of Gosforth, Newcastle, who has two children, Seb,...

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How a different kind of nursery is Hatching Dragons in Barbican #London

With childcare provision currently in the spotlight here in the UK, Cennydd John, founder of the UK’s first bilingual Mandarin-English nursery, talks to Saffi Yusef about why he thinks there is a need for a more multicultural approach. PARENT power could prove vital in determining the economic trajectory of a post-Brexit...

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Mumpreneur duo develop new app to combat loneliness on maternity leave

  After The Duchess of Cambridge made a heartfelt confession about the “loneliness” of motherhood. Saffi Yusef talks to two London mumpreneurs about their new app to help mums connect with each other. It was a chance meeting in a rainy playground that got two London mums talking about their...

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Why I’m backing One Dear World and its multicultural dolls and stories campaign to promote diversity

Today I received an email that really sparked my interest and touched my heart too. It was from a London-based multicultural family on a mission to show young children a world where everyone is included. As a multicultural family ourselves, I almost leapt off the sofa with joy reading about...