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Babi a Fi: Snowdonia Chronicles – Parents Article

The Snowdonia Chronicles is a three part fantasy adventure story aimed at readers aged 12+ and written by multi-award winning children’s author, Sarah Mussi. I was sent all three books by Vertebrate Publishing and, given the crazy times in which we’re living, I was super grateful to be able to lose myself in them this afternoon!Initial Thoughts: This is a thoroughly modern YA romance that just happens to be set against a backdrop of ancient Welsh mythology. As I was…

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Dowdle Jigsaw Puzzle “Hollywood” from GoFatherhood® – Single Dad, Parents Article

I have to admit, I have a bit of a love-hate relationship with jigsaw puzzles. I enjoy when I can find a piece and place it in the puzzle, but I hate when I look and look and just can’t find the one I seek. Puzzlers know that “I think this is the one piece missing from the puzzle!” angst of doing a jigsaw puzzle, even as the other voice in your head assures you that all is well and…

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No Monkey Business in Kid’s Snacks – Parents Article

We are always striving to find healthy snacks for the kids to enjoy. More recently, we have geared toward a plant based lifestyle and moving our kids to snacks without all the “bad stuff”. Teaming up with Ape and Mumsnet, we are testing Ape Puffs out. In a recent product test with Mumsnet users, out of 135 testers, 83% said they would recommend the Ape Puff range. So as you can imagine, we were really excited to try them! The…

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Time – A Dad trying to cope with the loss of his Partner and becoming a single parent. – Single Dad, Parents Article

TIME is a funny thing. Walked past here on Friday and hardly any of the white flowers had emerged. 72 hours later after a yucky cold, dark and damp weekend – any hey presto it’s a sea of white. I remember someone very clever saying that TIME operates at different rates for different people. Thinking about it – that clever person might have been Dr Who. When I was a kid I loved Dr Who. I so wanted to be…

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Co-Parenting During The Coronavirus Crisis – Single Mum, Parents Article

  During this unprecedented time of the Coronavirus and quarantines, many co-parents are finding themselves in un-charted territory with regards to their parenting plan and whether and how they should carry it out. Here are some helpful hints for co-parenting during the coronavirus crisis: Be open, communicative, creative and flexible! This is a time like no other, so we need to be open, we need to be flexible, and we need to get creative and think outside the box. If…

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Call of the Wild (2020) Film Review And Activity Sheets – Single Dad, Parents Article

With everything that’s going on around us right now, it’s good to be able to have things to do indoors.  Even as we desperately want to do things that are out of doors.  If you want to give yourself a little freedom to love the outdoors, even while forcibly being told to stay indoors, Checking out the latest Harrison Ford picture from Twentieth Century Fox, called The Call Of The Wild, might be a good way to go.  While I…

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OLD SCHOOL…A Great Idea! | Single Mom Survival SUCCESS – Single Mum, Parents Article

I have been so encouraged to see through Social Media how people are handling COVID-19. The people posting are STAYING HOME and making their own fun. One News Cast announcer said she got out her crocheting again and said she felt like this was OLD SCHOOL. Reality is, we are now going back to old school ideas.  I love seeing families working on puzzles, having game nights, taking family walks in the woods alone, baking together, and using sidewalk chalk…

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Weekday Virtual Events to Enjoy with the Kids – Parents Article

Hi everyone! What a whirlwind the last few weeks have been and I hope everyone is doing ok, washing hands and adjusting to the current situation of staying at home.I am a mom of a 6th grader and 9th grader and we are all getting used to school now being remote and getting into a routine. Life has been busy and as the days go by I am getting or finding information about who is performing live via various platforms…

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Neonati in braccio: fino a quando? – Parents Article

Non ci stancheremo mai di ripeterlo: i neonati vanno tenuti in braccio. Hanno bisogno di contatto e in particolar modo di contatto con la loro mamma. Quali i vantaggi del tenere in braccio un neonato? E soprattutto, domanda alle volte più che legittima, fino a che età farlo?Prenderli in braccio li fa sentire al sicuroSe un bimbo inizia a piangere, bisogna capire cosa abbia, e non lasciarlo da solo nella culla aspettando che si calmi in maniera autonoma. Infatti, come…

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43 Things You Can Sell This Minute to Make Money at Home – Parenting Twins Article

Are you a stay at home mom or a working mom that suddenly is doing some remote work at home? And your kids are home too? I’ve been working from home for the last five years and my twins are seven years old. I’ve been fortunate to make a living working from home and I want that for you too! I was amazed when I learned that there are soo many things you can sell from home! If you’re crafty,…

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