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Games to help Your child Sleep

After Christmas or a birthday your child will have some exciting new games but have you wondered if will they help your child sleep? All parents want a break from their children and rightly so, yet you may not realize that the very toy or new gadget you bought is actually delaying or impacting your […]

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Half Term- Fun with the kids

Half term with the kids can be a great chill out and time to relax together without the stress of getting organised on time for school or the nursery run. If you are a working Mum or Dad this is a great time to discover what your children have been up to and how they have […]

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Sanity Nanny-Easter News

  Last month the Sanity Nanny took a long awaited break before Easter and went to Morocco, what a fun place to visit. Marrakech was extremely frenetic but very friendly. One of the things that struck me about my trip was how everyone had to struggle to survive although some residents were quite wealthy and lived in […]

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Toddler Nursery Rhymes

Sounds the Animals Make This is lovely, if you are having trouble finding something to entertain your toddler, it’s also educational too. Be warned you may well get tired of it or fall asleep before they do! It’s got a catchy little tune, Enjoy. What is your child’s favourite animal?

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New Dad? Happy Father’s Day

Is this the first time you have experienced been a new Dad, if so Happy Father’s Day. I hope your little cherub doesn’t keep you up all night long! Being a first time Dad or Dad to one than one child is a responsible job and lifelong too. What hopes and dreams do you have for […]

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Cheltenham Children’s Schools

Yesterday I went to a networking event at Cheltenham Junior School organised by Nina of Ask Baby magazine. It was lovely to meet all the local mums in business, there are some really talented ladies who have taken an idea and actually ‘made it happen’. Our day began with a talk by Scott Bryan headmaster […]

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