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9 ways divorce can affect children

  Whether couples are tying the knot or creating a civil partnership, research shows that they would like a greater knowledge of divorce at the outset. In a survey conducted by One Pulse of 1,000 Brits, 60% would like to know the impact of divorce on children, while just over 40% would like to know […]

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LOL Round-up: A year of giggles

I genuinely love this gig.  Getting to bring you some proper belly laugh musings from very talented writers.  I know Christmas is over, but here’s one last bit of indulgence with a look back at the funny side of 2016.   …(There was one, I promise)         January After surviving Christmas you might […]

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Travel Round-up: Holiday suggestions

January is traditionally the month when many holidays are booked. Years ago this involved trawling all the travel agents in the high street, collecting bundles of brochures and circling hotels with the best pools. Now the process is far more complicated with all manner of choices available on the internet. With this in mind, I […]

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Environment Round-up: New habits

2017 is here and the excitement of Christmas has calmed down ready to be thinking of goals and resolutions.  Unlike Rosie at A Green and Rosie Life who is Thinking Green with resolutions for 2017, I know most people won’t be selecting environmental resolutions. But the wonderful thing is you can benefit the environment through some of […]

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Teens & Tweens Round-up: New Year, new challenges!

Hello to 2017! What will the New Year bring for us to cope with? As families with teens and tweens we are looking forward to 2017 with a mixture of excitement and dread! There will be huge milestones ahead for our kids. They may be leaving primary school, leaving high school or leaving home and […]

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#SnapHappyBritMums: January 2017

BritMums runs a regular photo prompt challenge – #SnapHappyBritMums! We’d love you to join in with us! Each day we set a theme, and all you need to do is be creative around that theme and snap away! Save the image above as a daily reminder to refer to. Everyone is welcome – do join […]

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What is the traditional timescale for Christmas decorations?

Now the ‘big day’ is done for another year and we are looking ahead to the new year, some people will be taking down their Christmas decorations right about now, even though it is not the traditional ‘twelfth night’. According to the Church of England, the twelfth night is the night before Epiphany when the […]

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Baby, look at you now!

There are few things more heartwarming than photos of cute kids – especially at Christmas! It is the time of year when there are all the ‘looking back at the year that was’ programmes on TV so I thought it would make a fun blog post to show you what the BritMums team looked like… […]

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How we made our dreams come true

How one BritMums blogger dared to dream and made her family’s Christmas wish come true. Karen Bleakley, blogger at Tales of a Twin Mum has also created a new website to help people migrate to Australia, as she did. Here’s her story… A dream without a plan is just a wish. It’s that time of […]

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Health Round-up: A variety of posts to make you smile & cry

I’m thrilled to say a very big hello from my little corner of the interweb, and welcome you to my first health round-up for BritMums. I’m Sam, and I can usually be found blogging at Mouse, Moo & Me Too. I’m an avid reader of quite a few round-ups and I’ve been lucky enough to […]

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SEND Round-up: Christmas shows, gift lists & reflections

By the time you’re reading this, SEND families will have just about made it through what can be a challenging period for many of us. Christmas shows usually come before the big day itself, but for some, these school plays are not possible – Hunters Life wrote about how the Nativity went for their child. I […]

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Arts & Crafts Round-up : Have a crafty Christmas

I’m sure December has it’s own crafty christmas time line. One minute I’m on top of everything and feeling in control and then next it’s almost Christmas Day and I’m up to my eyes in crafty mayhem! Still one things for sure Christmas seems to get everybodies crafty juices flowing and that’s certainly been true with […]

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Baking Round-up: Healthier bakes

After the over indulgence of Christmas I always crave healthier meals. This also includes bakes. Just because we are eating healthier it does not mean that we deprive ourselves of all that we love. I am a true believer of everything in moderation. To help us enjoy more of the sweet treats we can adapt […]

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A round-up of Christmas

Christmas is here and all year long our fab team of BritMums Round-up Editors bring you the best from the blogging community each month. So this post gives a little something back and shares the best of Christmas from our Round-up Editors! Whether you want to find a new recipe, learn how to make something […]

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