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  • Child Proofing the House: Safety Aware!

    Every milestone that a child hits brings excitement and celebration. When a child starts to roll over, shuffle, crawl and then eventually walk, adults can be seen jumping for joy, thrilled with the huge achievement. Ten seconds later comes the realisation that the house is a potential ‘death trap’ and that with their new found skill, children can get into all sorts of mischief through their explorations and adventures. Making these everyday places and situations safe can be a challenge but rest assured, small changes can make a significant difference.

  • The Magic of Music

    Music is magical. It has the power to alter a person’s mood, subtly educate and create long lasting impressions. It is everywhere and, for children, it can have the same positive effects as it does for adults. Some studies suggest that even in the womb, the constant rhythm of the heart beat contributes to a baby’s calm. Others believe that playing music can impact the mood of the baby through either the melody, chords or perhaps through the knock on effect of the mother’s mood. Either way, music is a powerful force and one which is sometimes overlooked when it comes to child care.

  • Technology Treasure and Traps!

    Technology has become one of the ruling classes of our society. Its gradual spread over the last 10 years into pockets, homes, cars and classrooms has had both positive and negative impacts on our lives, forcing us to make changes. Some have embraced this digital world and are fully connected to the web, using it to write to-do lists, shop, listen to music, find locations and provide instant answers to every possible question. Others feel overwhelmed by this surge in technological power and try to keep it to the bare minimum. Whilst weighing up how we use technology in our own lives is important, considering the impact it has on children is imperative.

  • Easter Activities for all!

    Are you struggling to think of some excellent Easter activities to entertain and enthuse little ones over the long weekend? Do you want to engage them in something other than simply gorging on chocolate treats? Then look no further. Easter weekend is the perfect time to get together, create and have some fun - below are some ideas to help.

  • Eco-friendly World for Children

    Being more eco-friendly and having a greater awareness of our actions and their implications on our world has become a hot topic. Whether we are considering our day-to-day habits or making more serious changes to our lifestyles, it is time to make the alterations that we can to help our environment, ensuring that we leave the world in a healthy state for future generations.

  • Planning the Perfect Birthday Party

    Organising a child’s birthday party can be both exciting and exhausting as the pressure of the extended family and friends lands on your shoulders. Whilst logistics can be tricky, one other small issue is the desire to compete with other parties - make sure your focus is on planning a great day that everyone will enjoy! This does not have to include space travel, cross-country gallivanting or presenting children with diamond goodie bags – sometimes, less is more..

  • Weaning Part Two – 10 Months and onwards!

    Introducing a baby to food is an amazing adventure. Having already given your charge their first delightful tastes of fruit and veg, it is time to move on. Whether you are doing baby led weaning or not, introducing foods gradually is crucial to allow babies to develop their taste buds and to ensure you are able to identify any allergies that appear.

  • The Importance of Being Exercised

    In our fast-paced, technologically enthused and culinary diverse society, we are presented with more challenges when it comes to keeping our little people active, healthy and fit. Whilst some children love to run around and play outside, others try to avoid it at all costs and require a little more motivation. So, why is exercise so important and how do you encourage little ones to get involved.

  • Weaning Part 1 - Top tips for getting started!

    Weaning a baby from breast milk or formula to solids is an exciting stage in their development. It can be a colourfully chaotic, hilariously messy and frantically frustrating process that allows a baby to explore different tastes and textures, awakening all of the senses to the world of flavours. Milk will still be their main source of nutrients for the next few months but this is the beginning of a wonderful transition.

  • Identifying and Coping with Allergies

    Allergies can be alarming and sometimes life threatening. They can appear out of nowhere, vary in severity and force you to act quickly. Therefore, understanding a charge’s allergies is crucial when ensuring their safety.

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