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- Breast milk is the only natural food designed for your baby.
- Breastfeeding protects your baby from infections and diseases.
- Breastfeeding provides health benefits for mum.
- It’s free.
- It’s available whenever and wherever your baby needs a feed.
- It’s the right temperature.
- It can build a strong physical and emotional bond between mother and baby.
- It can give you a great sense of achievement.
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Lazy mornings in front the TV watching unlimited cartoons in pyjamas are almost over. The alarm will be soon set to 7am and being school on time will be a nightmare.
Taking your children to the supermarket help them to develop many different skills related to their diet and the way they spend money.
Baking is a great way to spend time with your children, to teach them a valuable life skill, to get creative and have fun! Although it takes a bit of extra time, patience and clean-up the rewards are definitely worth it. You’re not only making something delicious, but there are also so many practical and academic lessons to be learnt in the kitchen, and here’s some of them:
1. There is a scientific explanation for why children are naughty – it’s to do with evolution.
We are delighted to be taking part in Fair on The Green on Saturday 4th July on Parson's Green in Fulham. Feel free to pop along to say hello and discover our exclusive offers.
It’s never too early to start thinking about how you're going to feed your baby. Today, most women in England are choosing to breastfeed.
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Half of parents wouldn't know to call 999
To prevent a family day out turning into a tragedy, the MCA Sea Smart campaign advises parents to follow these simple guidelines:
Despite more people than ever needing rescuing or assistance at the seaside last year, research by Sea Smart shows that half of parents wouldn't know to call 999 and ask for the Coastguard if they saw someone in difficulty in the sea or on the beach, which could cause a dangerous delay in assistance being provide. To prevent a family day out turning into a tragedy, the MCA Sea Smart campaign advises parents to follow these simple guidelines: