Tag Archive: Parents

Apr 22

The Baby Show is back at the NEC

Head to the NEC for the best start for mother and baby The Baby Show, NEC Birmingham, 20-22 May 2011 The Baby Show returns to Birmingham’s NEC in May to offer must have products, free expert advice and an unrivalled shopping experience for parents and parents-to-be. Being a parent can be expensive, but with the …

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Jan 12

Back to School Fun & Games

Phew! After a very long break the kids are back at school – we’re now back on the treadmill of early mornings and nagging our delightful children to just ‘get on with it’ . What you are like at the school gate? Are you a “Drop Off Mum” who confidently says “See you later, love!” …

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Nov 12

Little White Lies

79%, of the parents who admitted fibbing to their offspring claimed that their parents had told them the same lies when they were growing up. What do you say to your kids? Do you tell little white lies? 10 top parents lies… Eating carrots makes you see in the dark – 66% Eating crusts makes …

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Nov 10

Help! I’m Turning into My Parents!

Do you wake up in a cold sweat in the night screaming “Help! I’m turning into my parents!”? After becoming a parent yourself do you hear your mother’s voice in your comments to your child? Have you uttered “Because I’m the Mummy, that’s why!” Well, this video might just be for you… What “catch phrase” …

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Nov 10

Toddler Taming Tips- Guest Post

Street Smart Kids is delighted to introduce you to Eileen Hayes as our guest blogger today – Eileen has recently been awarded an MBE for services to children and families. She is a parent to four, and recent grandparent to Jacob who is 3 weeks old today! Eileen is a Parenting and Child Behaviour Expert, …

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Oct 20

Are parents online too much?

1 in 4 mums spend more time online than with children A study by the UK’s leading discount website of 1,201 mothers has found that 21% of respondents spend more time on the Internet throughout the day than they do with their children. Research has found that chat forums, social networking sites and gaming sites …

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