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  1. Christmas Traditions with the Family

    The Christmas season is finally upon us! The leaves have fallen from their trees and the days have become colder and darker. However, this just means that Christmas is on its way and Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year after all! Mince pies, mulled wine, carols, decorations, watching films by the fire in cosy pyjamas, gift giving... Read More
  2. How to set up the best shared bedroom

    It can be really exciting when siblings want (or need) to share a bedroom. This is generally easier when it is through their own choice and primarily with same-gender siblings. However, sometimes limited space or a change inc circumstances require that kids must be willing to share a bedroom together. So how can you make their sleeping arrangements fun and... Read More
  3. Bedtime Routine for Autumn

    As every parent knows, seasonal changes can affect a child's bedtime in all sorts of unexpected ways. With autumn fully underway, we take a look at how to adjust to the change in season, but also, how autumn can be the ideal time to establish a good bedtime routine. We also consider why now is the perfect time to upgrade the... Read More
  4. Keeping the kids in routine during the summer holidays

    We all know how important sleep is for kids - and parents too. While the long school summer holidays are a chance to unwind, they can also play havoc with your child's routine. Of course, without the rush of the school run, mornings will be lazier. But not allowing your child's routine to spiral completely out of control will pay... Read More
  5. How to keep your child in a sensible bedtime routine

      Most parents will agree that life becomes that little bit easier once a child learns to fall asleep independently and can sleep through the night. A good night’s sleep is essential to a child’s development, ensuring they can concentrate and learn, aids good behaviour and improves their mental and physical wellbeing. Sleep deprivation is tough on both parents and... Read More
  6. Introducing our favourite beds with desks

    With the spread of the coronavirus completely upending everyday life, we’re all scrambling to adapt. On top of getting to grips with social distancing, educating ourselves on virus transmission and learning to live our entire lives indoors, we’ve also got to contend with having kids at home - all day, every day. To ensure they don’t spend all of this... Read More
  7. Creating the perfect study space

    Governments are doing everything they can to slow the spread of coronavirus. Just a few days ago, the UK took the unprecedented decision to close schools. With it, the education system has ground firmly to a halt - exams have been cancelled and teachers sent home. Already under pressure parents are now being asked to scramble to cobble together a... Read More
  8. Bite-size guide to the KonMari method

    A new year brings with it new challenges. And some of them are entirely of our own creation. After mining our last twelve months for positives and negatives, we resolve to make changes that we hope will make the next twelve months even more enjoyable. For many, the key to a better year lies in our appearance. We take up... Read More
  9. What is The Healthiest Sleeping Position?

    Self Sleeping Habits for Infants and parents When it comes to catching those all-important zzz’s the sleeping position you and your children choose could be affecting the quality of sleep as well as having negative impacts on the body. Your most loved sleeping pose could be the cause of aches and pains, tummy troubles and even premature wrinkles (for the... Read More
  10. Introducing your child to a new sport

    With the arrival of the New Year, it’s natural to start eagerly looking for ways to make the next 12 months even better than the last.  For many of us, to realise our aspirations for a happier, healthier life, we need to change our lifestyle. It might be something simple (like eating less sugary, fattening foods) or something drastic (like... Read More

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