Politics Round-up; Post Election

There is a bit of a political lull at the moment, post election come down or calm down whichever way you look at it. We had the Queen’s Speech so have an idea of what the next year looks like politically, but I think most of us are more concerned with the forthcoming budget speech.…

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April Health Round-up; healthy eating, GAPs and rosacea

According to Swan UK “It is estimated that 6,000 disabled children are born each year with a genetic condition that will remain undiagnosed.” Swan UK offer support and guidance to parents of children who are undiagnosed and the support that they offer is invaluable. April 24th was Undiagnosed Children’s Day which was a national event…

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Single Parent Round-Up: Blue skies and wise words

Welcome to April’s Single Parent round-up. How has your month been so far?  Our single parents have been blogging lots as usual… let’s see what they’ve had to say. I loved this post from Gemma the Family Girl of 29 things she’s learned in her 29 years. Very wise words from someone who’s about to turn…

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SEND Round-up: Steph Curtis on Autism and Inclusion

Following the success of World Down Syndrome Day last month, I am very proud to announce that the amazing Steph Curtis who writes Steph’s Two Girls has agreed to guest host the BritMums SEND round-up for April. This coincided with World Autism Week and so she was the perfect candidate to bring a new perspective to the…

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Politics Round-up: Homeless or hungry at Christmas

Hello and festive greetings to you all. Christmas is a wonderful time of year, but for many it is also a huge struggle as they attempt to manage to celebrate with their children in temporary accommodation or cannot find the money to stock the food cupboards – so I would like to start this round-up…

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