A child friendly home – Guest Post

Every parent wants the best for their child and having the ideal home environment for them to grow is usually one of the top concerns. While every family differs from the next, there are certain things that are essentials when it comes to creating a child-friendly home surrounding. Before deciding on the kind of design, furniture  or décor, extensive planning is crucial in ensuring  that the home will be perfectly appropriate for everyone. Here are some of the basic things to consider when you want to achieve an environment where you and your children will find comfort anytime. You can find…

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Christmas 2015

I have been pretty quiet on the blogging and social media front this last couple of weeks and with good reason. Since I started writing Everything Mummy about 18 months ago I haven’t really taken a break, every day I have done something every single day and while I love it the past year has been pretty full on. With christmas I thought it would be the perfect time to have a little breather, spend some quality time with friends, family and most importantly my three little princesses. Whilst I am still in holiday mode I thought I’d just post…

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George Secret Santa

I recently took part in a little secret santa challenge with George at ASDA. Another blogger and I were paired up, we had never met and had just one another’s blog to go by. I felt a little nervous but after a good stalk of her blog and social media and lots of time trawling George at ASDA’s gift ranges I found what I hoped would be the perfect gifts! A couple of weeks later and my own package arrived it felt like christmas had come early I love a little surprise so I couldn’t wait to get stuck in.…

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How to Help New and Soon-to-Be Parents in the UK

One of the things that mothers hope for their children is that they grow up to stand on their own to feet, both literally and figuratively. Although we risk suffering from empty nest syndrome when they go abroad or to university, it’s important that we teach them to be self-reliant, so that they are capable of taking care of themselves and others in the future. The process of becoming a self-sufficient adult starts at a very young age in school. Children all over the world are learning how to be intellectually and emotionally independent with the help of education, even…

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A Christmas Wish

Back in 2006 Pampers teamed up with UNICEF to launch their 1 pack = 1 vaccine campaign to help battle against new born and maternal tetanus. It may not be a disease you are familiar with but it affects families in some of the poorest areas of the world and occurs when newborns are infected as a direct result of unhygienic birthing practices. Once newborn tetanus has been contracted there is no real cure and it still claims the lives of 49,000 newborns every year, which is equivalent to one baby’s life every 11 minutes. A shocking number, when I think…

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