Category Archive: Parenting

Nov 10

Toy State Reveals Fantastic Toddler Toys | Christmas Ideas

Toy State, a toy industry leader and innovator of highly-stylized licenced “lights and sound” and radio-controlled vehicles has a fantastic selection of Christmas toys suitable for toddlers. Designed to cope with tough toddler play and encourage co-ordination and imaginative play. We reviewed the following: Hot Wheels Extreme Action Sharkruiser– All the excitement of Hot Wheels™ with lights …

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Nov 03

New Book Explores Early Language Development

Communication and speech in the early years is important and this great book gives plenty of tips and information on how to get the most from children. It has great information from recent studies and experts. Perfect for parents, teachers, or anyone else who works with young children. We highly recommend this book.  New Pre-school Learning …

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Oct 31

Shake and Match Shape Sorter from Hape Review

Frost loves this colourful and fun shape sorter. Children will learn shapes as well as colours as they have fun. The shape sorter is wooden and well made. The shapes also double as rattles which give a great sound. The design is brilliant without any fuss. Unlike other shape sorters we have reviewed it is …

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Oct 13

Hape Swimmer Teddy Wind-up Toy Review

Frost loves this adorable wind up bath toy. It is cute and makes children giggle and squeal in delight. A great little bath toy. It is easy to use, just wind it up and watch it go. It has fast become a favourite of the Frost toddler.  With Swimmer Teddy Wind Up Toy watch the adorable …

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Oct 09

Mindful Pregnancy & Birth: Nurturing Love and Awareness By Riga Forbes

This is a great book which gives you the inspiration to go through your pregnancy and birth with a mindful approach. As well as advice it also has meditative exercises and insights. A great, helpful book for mothers-to-be.  Focusing on the entire journey; from pregnancy through to early parenthood, this guide to living mindfully for …

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Oct 02

Coping with Hyperemesis Gravidarum – mums speak out on severe morning sickness

As news of the Duchess of Cambridge’s third pregnancy makes waves across the nation, we are reminded of the realities of morning sickness and its level of severity in some rare cases.  The UK’s leading support resource for mums to be Emma’s Diary, (verified by the RCGP – Royal College of General Practitioners), has spoken to …

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Sep 28

Hape The Rainbow Route Railway and Station Set Review

So the every spoiled Frost toddler has yet again had his eyes light up. A train fanatic at the best of times, he spends hours building his train sets and playing with his trains. So this Hape The Rainbow Route Railway and Station Set was sure to be a hit, and, boy, was it so. It …

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Sep 27

The Business of Books: Blending Fact and Fiction – Jane Cable meets GP turned author Carol Cooper

  1) How much of your working life does the business of books take up? About half my working hours are now taken up with book-related activities. It’s not all writing, as there’s social media, marketing, research, and the rest. The other half of the time, I teach medical students, do some journalism, and fit …

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