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    Quick natural ways to clean the baby bottles

    Quick natural ways to clean the baby bottles

    Learning how to feed a baby may be a huge excitement but it is also a very responsible task. Parents should make sure that the baby bottles are always extra clean. This doesn’t mean purchasing chemical detergents or running an almost empty dishwasher several times per day. There are many natural ways to clean the baby bottles and I guarantee...

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    How and why I spend longer folding up clothes to save time in the long term

    How and why I spend longer folding up clothes to save time in the long term

    I’m not an overly tidy person but I do like to see things tidy or not see them at all.  Toys are easy enough to be tidied away and the mess of our toys is usually hidden from view because we use the ever so practical and great Ikea Kallax.  It doesn’t really matter that the toys are randomly tossed...

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    The not so nice truths about being pregnant

    The not so nice truths about being pregnant

    The not so nice truths about pregnancy - which of these affected you?

    For some people, pregnancy is a breeze and you may actually have that ‘pregnancy glow’ for the nine months of carrying your baby but for me, even though I was lucky to have relatively smooth pregnancies and healthy babies, I definitely didn’t have that ‘pregnancy glow’...

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    Alternative ways to kick start labour

    Alternative ways to kick start labour

    Alternative ways to kick start labour

    Once you reach your 8-9 months of pregnancy, you have pretty much passed the ‘glowing’ stage of pregnancy and it’s no surprise that you will probably feel ready for baby to arrive. You want to meet your little bundle of joy so when you reach the 40 week mark and there are...

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    Why I went from social butterfly to hermit

    Why I went from social butterfly to hermit

    Probably a slight exaggeration but for most of my adult life, whether it be at uni, work, playing sport, having dinner, meeting friends for coffee or drinks or dancing into the early hours, I spent it out.  The place where I rented was less a home than somewhere to sleep and get ready to go somewhere.  I would often pack...

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