Parenting

Making time for me

Making time for me

For busy parents who are juggling work and childcare, it can be difficult to set aside time for themselves but when was the last time you really put yourself first and listened to what you wanted? We’re always being told about how important self-care is and though it might seem impossible to carve out a… Read More…

The things no one prepares you for motherhood

The things no one prepares you for motherhood

It feels like with the number of people on the planet, we should know everything there is to know about having children but there are a whole heap of things that might surprise you even after spending nine months researching and preparing yourself. We asked some lovely mums to tell us the things they wish… Read More…

How do you feel about this year’s most popular baby names?

How do you feel about this year’s most popular baby names?

According to the internet (so it’s definitely true) the trend in baby names this year have included super heroes and athletes as inspiration. We’ve found a few of the most popular names given to babies born this year, did you choose any of these names for your new arrivals or perhaps you hate the thought… Read More…

#Stepoutside for Naturally healthy May

#Stepoutside for Naturally healthy May

This May is Naturally Healthy Month, so Natural Devon has launched its #StepOutside campaign to encourage families to step outside and get active outdoors to improve their health and well-being. We all know that being active and being outside surrounded by nature can have huge benefits for your health and well-being. Even those of us… Read More…

Have you #AdEnough?

Have you #AdEnough?

You’ve probably seen celebrities and influencers across the internet posing with their hands over their eyes in Instagram or Twitter posts as they joined in with Jamie Oliver’s new campaign to keep junk food ads away from children. So, we’re wondering what you think about the campaign. The campaign is calling for the government to introduce… Read More…

NSPCC reveals worrying figures about grooming on social media

NSPCC reveals worrying figures about grooming on social media

In a new report from the NSPCC they reveal that Facebook and apps owned by the social network were found to have been used in 52% of grooming cases investigated by the police. The children’s protection charity is now urging culture secretary, Matt Hancock, to bring in stronger regulations to tackle this issue. Worryingly, the… Read More…

Alfie Evan’s parents return to court

Alfie Evan’s parents return to court

Tom Evans, 21, and Kate James, 20, the parents of Alfie Evans, are returning to court today to launch another legal bid to allow their 23-month-old son to continue to receive treatment. Alfie has a degenerative brain disease and his case has brought the debate about end of life care back to the forefront of conversation.… Read More…

Sure Start centre closures are being under estimated

Sure Start centre closures are being under estimated

A study by Sutton Trust Charity has revealed that the official figures of 500 closures of Sure Start Centres are an underestimate. It has been reported that as many as 1,000 Sure Start Children’s Centres may have been shut down in England since 2010, doubling the official estimate and leaving many parents concerned about the… Read More…

Getting your head around social media

Getting your head around social media

The news has been awash recently with talk of Facebook and data breaches and you’re probably used to your kids staring at the screens of their mobile phones or hiding away with their laptops and you’re also probably a little concerned about how to keep them safe when they’re using the various trendy apps and… Read More…

Talking to your children about adoption

Talking to your children about adoption

The 21st March marked Big Adoption Day with social media campaigns highlighting the importance of adoption and the support that is available for those who have adopted or are wanting to adopt, but what do you do when your children start getting older and asking questions about their birth parents? It is only natural for… Read More…

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