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http://www.theblushbaby.com/index.php/2017/04/10/p regnancy-cheat-guide/ If you hate being confined to the conventional rules of pregnancy, there can sometimes be ways to get around a few of them. Please, be aware; I am only writing about these methods, not promoting any of them. You can ultimately decide what you feel is best for you and your family. I have done basic research on these, so please...
Last updated: 20/04/2017 by TheBlushBaby to TheBlushBaby's Blog
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So today I’ve had yet another morning of dragging my reluctanant 5-year-old through the school gates. She’s still going through a particularly clingy phase, and tells me frequently between 7 – 8.50 eachmorning ‘Mummy, you are my best friend’ in hope they’re the magic words to bag her a day off school. My response is the same each morning. I give her a hug, tell her I love her, then...
Last updated: 22/03/2017 by LouAlexa to LouAlexa's Blog
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Even though I had a older son who suffered with night terrors, when my youngest used to wake in the night when he was a baby screaming clingy to me one minute then pushing me away the next. Nothing seeming to comfort him. It didn't cross my mind it was the start of night terrors. What I did think was he was just playing up he didn't want to go to bed he wanted to stay up at all night watching re...
Last updated: 14/02/2017 by Indigo78 to Indigo78's Blog
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Boys boys boys... So, I'm going to be a mother of soon-to-be three boys. When I announced I was pregnant for the third time, so many people asked me if I was hoping for a girl, or what if it's another boy? I'm quite a girly-girl myself, and a part of me would have loved a daughter...to do her hair, take her dancing, dress her in pretty pink dresses and watch princess movies all day. In...
Last updated: 08/02/2017 by Katiecopp to Katiecopp's Blog
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It’s hard to believe that the tiny baby you bring into the world will one day grow up and need you less and less. And we began to have a little taste of that recently, when my daughter started school. I think I’m kind of still in shock about it, actually. One minute she was a teeny, red-faced little infant, and what seems like two minutes later she’s trotting off in her uniform with her...
Last updated: 21/09/2016 by EmmaKelly to EmmaKelly's Blog
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Former model Heather Ness is a blogger at Mum and Moo and a fulltime mum-of-two little girls - Molly and Emily - who moves around regularly due to her husband’s career as a footballer. In her fifth home, here Heather, whose youngest child is just four-months-old, explains how she has reached the f*** it stage of motherhood. I'm at what I'd like to call the 'f*** it' stage of my...
Last updated: 17/08/2016 by HeatherNess to HeatherNess's Blog
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My darling girl, It has come to my attention that, at a mere five years of age, you are struggling with something that I truly wish that you could have escaped. As you tell me stories about school, I see it in your eyes, mirroring the expression that is so often in mine. Worries about friendships and getting into trouble all pour out - troubles that seem insurmountable in your little world. I hear...
Last updated: 21/06/2016 by LouisePinkPearBear to LouisePinkPearBear's Blog
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So being a Step Mum is hard. Bet that's no surprise to some but to those who say to me "I just don't understand how you can treat them both the same" or " you're amazing for what you are doing" just stop. Please STOP. You know most days I forget I gave up my young 20s to bring up another woman's child because I just couldn't have ever let her not have a mum, even if I was going to be rubbish at it...
Last updated: 07/06/2016 by Dani5 to Dani5's Blog
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Ever get those moments when you look at your kids and think you just love them soooo much? You’d literally do anything because you want the very best for them. And nothing less. This doesn’t change if you have a child with disabilities. The only difference is you usually have to fight for everything that makes your baby’s life easier. I hate that I have to share the photo of my friend’s...
Last updated: 23/05/2016 by LauraRutherford to LauraRutherford's Blog
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Today, Friday, 29th April 2016 is Undiagnosed Day, and blogger Laura Rutherford knows exactly what it is like to live with a child who has an undiagnosed illness. Here we share her blog post where she describes exactly what life with a child with a disability is like. Until we had Brody, I lived in a disability-free bubble. I admittedly didn’t spend much time thinking about disabilities and I...
Last updated: 29/04/2016 by Laura Rutherford to Laura Rutherford's Blog
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