Rockin ideas for your and yours!
The trick to keeping Easter special for your children is to go for quality over quantity. Follow these 3 simple steps to make Easter special for your kids (without the sugar overdose!)
There's something different about this young mum.
At first glance, she seems just about the same as everyone else. A young mum with three kids, she is softly-spoken, almost impossibly youthful-looking, and lives in a tight-knit beachside community where the summers are long and lazy, and the cars are forever sandy.
Remember when you were a kid, and Christmas was absolutely the most exciting time of the year? It meant dessert at lunchtime, spending all day in the pool and, of course, the ever over-dressed Santa. But now, the tables have turned. We are the ones responsible for making the magic of Christmas happen. And when that
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Can I be totally honest with you?
I secretly hate the word: 'supermum'.
It is a word that has slipped so rapidly into the mainstream that 'supermum' even has its own entry in the Oxford Dictionary.
OK, I know what you're thinking.
What's the big deal? It's just a harmless compliment, an expression of admiration for those mums who seem to manage to keep all their plates spinning at once.
But stay with me.
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There’s no need to worry about losing your sanity these school holidays. We’ve collected a range of free school holiday activities for you, including both structured and unstructured play options, to help keep those little minds and hands engaged.
Anyone who has ever been to the snow knows that you can get sun burnt even when it’s really cold. Freezing even. But even so, when winter rolls around and the temperature starts to drop, even the most vigilant of parents can find themselves forgetting winter sun protection and enforcing the slip, slop, slap, seek,
Every family is different. That’s what makes them so special. Family traditions that we carry on from year to year are a part of what helps to define our family for our children. They give the idea of spending time together shape and meaning. Someone wise once said – your kids may not remember all
We often get questions on how to register for the Lost and Broken Guarantee. It is very easy to do if you know where you need to be and what codes etc. you need to have with you to register. So I jumped online and walked through the process on this video for you. Hope
As the first signs of the coming Season are Springing to life, the children chatter of Santa slowly creeps in. We’ve found an awesome story that might help those of you that need to have the “Santa Secret “talk this year! This story has been circulating for a number of years now, with it’s original author
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Getting out of the door with a little one can be the hardest part of a beach trip. Let’s face it, when you’ve got kids, any trip longer than down to the wheelie bin and back can feel like you’re planning a Navy SEAL operation. By the time you’ve hunted down the wide range of
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Children sure do have their quirks. “He’s so…unique”, we say, when we find our two-year old sitting on the dog bed, wearing a brassiere as an eyepatch, licking a bongo drum. While this individuality certainly makes life much more interesting, it can mean the process of selecting the right size clothing and accessories takes a little.
We all know the uncomfortable squinty feeling you get at the beach on a sunny day. In its mildest form, glare is annoying. However, at its more intense, glare causes eye fatigue and eyestrain, distorts vision, and can even cause temporary blindness. But how do you combat glare? It can be confusing to try and
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