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By Louise Wheeler7 April 2015

The fright of the dust mite

With anti allergy week coming up in April we wanted to look at how we can help protect ourselves and our children through the summer months and beyond. It’s hard to do much about the allergies in the great outdoors, but there are measures we can take inside the home. We’ve been speaking to Slumberdown, a UK based bedding provider who have given us some facts and tips when it comes to dust mites; and more importantly how to reduce their numbers, within the home. Read more

By Louise Wheeler5 April 2015

Parents Confused By New Shared Parental Leave

Today the long-awaited Shared Parental Leave comes into force. The aim of the policy is to give parents greater flexibility in sharing the care of their child in the 12 months following their birth or adoption. Yet many parents remain confused about what the  new legislation really means for their family. Read more

By Louise Wheeler1 April 2015

Royal Baby Gear - Fit for a Prince or Princess

Royal babies are born into stardom, and like all true stars they have no shortage of toys, clothes and other stylish goodies. With only a few weeks to go until the expected arrival of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's second child, we take a look at some of the royal baby gear that might fill the royal nursery: Read more

By Louise Wheeler24 March 2015

Daughters spend twice as much on mums

Daughters spend an average of £7,100 on gifts for their mums over a lifetime, a new study has suggested – more than double the amount they spend on their dads. Read more

By Tamsin Malone22 March 2015

Non-Chocolate Easter Gifts

Want to avoid a mountain of chocolate this Easter? Take a look at these alternative non-chocolate Easter gifts for babies, toddlers and older children: Read more