12 healthy egg main meals you’ll love

When it comes to cooking, eggs are almost magical. They contain vitamins A, D, B12 and folate. You can eat them runny, hard, fried, boiled, poached, coddled or baked. Every medium egg has only about 66 calories. And as we discovered with our #HealthyEggMeals Challenge, they can elegantly take centre stage in family meals. The…

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SEND: Helping families cope with the stress and anxiety of change

This time of year is often difficult as we leave summer behind and get back to school routines. It always feels hectic as we catch up on meetings, work and those things that got left over the holidays. I’ve certainly been very busy so am delighted to have Jade from The Autism Page guest host…

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Super star nativity: 9 types of children to spot at your school!

My eldest child has been a very enthusiastic Christmas stocking, a somewhat disgruntled chicken, and a rather bossy angel.  It is my absolute favourite thing about Christmas.  The Nativity play.  Last year I didn’t get to see one as Big has now reached the heady heights of junior school.  But this year it all begins…

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Humour Round-up: Posts to make you snort your tea

Welcome to the first BritMums Humour Round-up. Small people have the ability to make us laugh with their goofy antics and the things they say.  They can also bring us to our knees begging for mercy with their full blown tantrums.  Normally in the most public of places.  They are also the reason that we…

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Plain truth or sanitized version. What do you share?

Recently, BritMums produced a blogging survey and one of the boxes to tick in agreement was (approximately) “I feel some of my blogging peers glamorize the day to day experiences and challenges of parenting”. Interesting, I thought. Has blogging become a more ‘romantic’ view? It is definitely more visual, we share more photos. As a…

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