Monthly Archives: July 2012

Fifty shades of summer

Ah!  As Cliff once sang: ‘We’re all going on a summer holiday’ and boy do we need it! Whether it’s a trip abroad to soak up some sun or under canvas in the UK  our time away with the family … Continue reading

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Blog of the Week: 50 shades of parenthood.

 By now we’ve all heard of, if not actually read, the phenomenon that is ’50 shades of grey’.  This weeks Blog of the Week is by the wonderful Juggle Mum who was inspired by Mummy365 and her ’50 shades of … Continue reading

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Top Ten In-Car Games or how to prevent the cries of ‘Are we nearly there yet?’

Today’s guest blog is from the fab people behind the Top Ten In-Car Games Guide, with tips on how to make the long summer car journeys that little bit easier ……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… “I’m bored!” “I want to get out the car” “When are … Continue reading

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Team Netmums Blog – Here comes the summer!

The Scottish and Northern Irish Team Netmums staff have been enjoying the summer break for a couple of weeks already but for many the end of another school year is looming and we are looking forward to six weeks holidays….. … Continue reading

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Blog of the Week – I’m Bored Jar by Mum at The Mad House

Every Wednesday we choose a Blog of the Week from the Netmums Parent Bloggers Network this week we really liked this great post from Jen who is mum at The Mad House. We thought her I’m Bored Jar is an inspired … Continue reading

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The Saturday’s Vanessa White visits Tanzania with Comic Relief

The Saturdays singer Vanessa White, 22, was recently invited to discover how Comic Relief’s Common Ground Initiative is helping to change lives. She spent time at the Children’s Dignity Forum in Tanzania which encourages girls to challenge being forced into … Continue reading

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Politically Incorrect Parenting – Nigel Latta

Today’s guest blog is from Nigel Latta – author of a new book called Politically Incorrect Parenting. He writes about his own experiences as a dad and how he soon gave up trying to be a modern parent and how … Continue reading

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