Could a vegan diet in pregnancy actually be healthy?

The Wandering Mother Blog

A contribution post by Louise Palmer-Masterton There is a widely-held belief that we are omnivorous and therefore a vegan diet cannot be safe in pregnancy. Obviously one that I, and many others, wholeheartedly disagree with. In fact, when I became pregnant with my first daughter, I was almost 40. My diet at that time consisted […]

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5 Ways to Keep your family happy during lockdown

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A contribution post by Kenneth Yu With whispers of a second wave of the corona virus in the grapevine, my family’s happiness is on my mind. The first lockdown was difficult for everyone. While most of the focus was on the adults who may lose their jobs and find themselves unable to pay their bills. […]

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How to help yourself and your family get more from the rest of 2020

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A contribution post by Sid Madge, author of the ‘Meee in a minute’ series of books Goodness, 2020 has been a challenge so far. Both kids and parents have had a huge amount to contend with. It seems realistic to assume that we will be living with Covid-19 for some time to come. So, what […]

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10 Games to Teach Your Kids How to Communicate with Others

The Greenwich Mummy | UK Family Travel & Lifestyle Blog

One of the most crucial life skills is learning how to communicate. Research shows that children with effective communication skills have a better chance of fitting in the community than their peers. They also learn better and are able to cope with stressful situations. Going through communication kids training can help improve your child’s personal […]

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Twinkl releases free e-book to support children going back to school post-lockdown

The Greenwich Mummy | Family Lifestyle & Travel Blog

Sheffield-based company, Twinkl Educational Publishing has just released an e-book which focuses on the experiences that children may have faced during the lockdown and the emotions they may experience when returning to school next month. The free e-book called In It Together is aimed at children aged 5-7 years and introduces four characters who demonstrate how […]

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Motherhood: Top 5 tips on how to breastfeed confidently in public

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National Breastfeeding Week (1-8 Aug) Last week was the week of National Breastfeeding Week. It’s been sooo long since I’ve breastfed but can still remember the anxiety that it gave me both times. It’s not that there’s anything wrong with breastfeeding in public, it should be more encouraged but it’s the not-knowing of how other […]

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