Real parents and children review I’M A GIRLY fashion doll #ad

  Do your children still enjoy playing with dolls? Do you wish you could extend the amount of time they enjoy dolls? Then I’M A GIRLY Fashion-Doll is an exciting option for playing dress-up and pretend. I’M A GIRLY is aimed squarely at children aged 8 to 12. It has a strong focus on fashion, style…

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Teens in Thailand: A family holiday review

We’re in a new year, having an admittedly mild winter in the UK but at this time of year so many of us start planning our summer family holidays. If you want sun, sea and adventure then Thailand is worth considering. In this review, travel writer Gretta Schifano from blog Mums Do Travel shares her…

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5 Ideas for winter activities with the kids

With winter upon us, the temptation to stay inside with endless cups of hot chocolate is strong. But when you have little ones running around with unspent energy, this can be easier said than done. To help you decide what to do with your kids this winter, here are five fun family days out, perfect…

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Finance: How do you split the bill at the Christmas party?

Each December the pressure of Christmas can get to all of us. It doesn’t take much for the financial strain to show and it all culminates in the big split. That’s right – splitting the bill. Picture the scene – it’s the work’s Christmas do. Three courses have been consumed and the drinks have been…

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12 great ideas for family New Years Eve parties

Once you become a parent, a New Year’s Eve party is a different game. With children running round, casual food, all kinds of drinks and games galore, New Year’s Eve is a family affair. You don’t have to worry about a designated driver or taxi home, you can relax in the sitting room while the…

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Books: Christmas chronicles, book advents & traditions

Welcome to December’s books round-up, are you ready for Christmas? Are you an ‘organise everything in advance’ person like me, or an ‘up wrapping on Christmas Eve’ type of person? Books always make it into my children’s Christmas present pile, they have a selection of fairytales, fact book and my son has the new David…

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