Tips & How To

7 Ways to Procrastinate Like An Expert

I am the queen of procrastinating. If procrastination was a sport I’d definitely think about the possibility of maybe entering one day.

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How To Survive Parenting Expos

Parenting expos are a great way to get a lot of information about what products, services and information is available to parents. You’ll get to see what’s new, innovative and interesting on the market.

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How to put a baby to sleep in 8 easy steps

This blog post was brought to you by nearly 7 years of sleep deprivation and conflicting advice.

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How to Always Be Running Late

Running late is something I feel I’m pretty qualified to give advice on. It’s something I’m skilled at, I have plenty of experience, I really know how to make this happen. So I thought I’d share some advice on how you too can be running late everywhere you go.

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How to explain immunisations to your 4 year old

Immunising a baby is relatively easy. They don’t move, they don’t know what’s coming and they forget pretty quickly afterwards if you dangle a shiny toy in their face or give them milk. 4 year old immunisations?

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Ten Tips to Save Money on Food

I go through waves of being really good at getting my grocery shopping streamlined and as inexpensive as possible - and I have other times where I just cannot comprehend how a handful of things in my trolley ended up costing upwards of a hundred dollars!?! Sometimes it does get…

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5 Practical Tips to Help your Fussy Eater

Children who have food sensitivities may be defensive towards the taste, texture, smell, colour or even shape of the food. It is important to be patient and have strategies in place to ensure meal time is fun and stress-free. Children with sensory processing challenges often are considered ‘fussy eaters’, as…

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How to Name A Baby

I’d always thought that one of the most beautiful things about bringing a tiny person into the world was naming them. I'm also assumed it was easy to name a baby. Since I was a teenager I had lists of names I wanted for my imagined children. I like names…

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How to Give Advice

Can I give you some advice about how to give advice? There’s an art to giving advice. If you get it right even bad advice (or advice that just isn’t the best fit for the person or situation) can come off positively. Get it wrong and even good advice can…

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11 Party Planning Tips

I’m sure everyone’s child has by now been invited to a party that rivals the extravagance of your wedding day. You know the one, perfectly themed, decorations galore, mountains of delicious food, entertainment for the kids, and a price tag to boot. These parties are amazing, and the kids (and…

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30 Non Toy Gift Ideas

It’s easy to flip through a catalogue or stroll down the toy isle and find hundreds of toys to buy for kids for Christmas. But if your household is like mine, and you already often feel like you’re drowning in toys, perhaps leaning towards non-toy stocking fillers this Christmas might…

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Beginners Guide to Feminism

What does “Feminism” mean? “The advocacy of women's rights on the ground of the equality of the sexes.” This is one of the big misconception I myself held about feminism, is the name; because it’s FEMIN-ism, not EQUAL-ism or HUMAN-ism I wrongly assumed that feminism meant not just equality, but…

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7 Tips for Gently Weaning a Toddler

My daughter is 2 and for me that signifies the end of “demand feeding”. I did the same with my son, after 2 years old of breastfeeding him on he was gently restricted to only feeding at home, at night, in bed. This sounds so easily done, 2 years of…

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12 Ways to Calm Down and Cheer up

Energy reserves start to plummet into oblivion and the room starts to spin. The demands from my kids get louder and more persistent…

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7 Tips for Choosing Childcare

Selecting what form of child care and which one your child attends is an important decision for a parent to make. Although it's not always an easy decision to make. There are so many factors to consider - Cost, Location, Availability, the Values of the care provider and what will…

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Flying with kids

Flying with kids This is something I’ve had a bit of practice at, flying more times now with little people than without them, and I’m still by no means an expert, but now with well over a dozen flights clocked up between two children, often on my own, I’ve had…

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