5 Fun Decorating Ideas

Here are 5 fun decorating ideas the whole family can participate in.

Choosing a Baby’s Name

It was hard thinking of a good solid name when my children were born. The first three were named using their father’s initials. The oldest was already named and was seven years old when I married his dad. What a time! One daughter’s name was found in a magazine I was reading and I fell…

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Dads of the Internet Are Losing Their Minds Over This #CheerioChallenge & Its 100 Percent HYSTERICAL!

These dads stacking Cheerios on their kids proves sometimes fathers need moms supervision too… What happens when you combine bored dads, sleeping babies and a box of Cheerios? Ohhh, only the BEST thing you’ll see all day!! Yep. The #CheerioChallenge is officially a thing. Meet the baby who started it all… Since Facebook user Patrick…

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Rachel Weisz: ‘My parents were refugees. Brexit feels like a death’

In her most successful decade, the actor talks family, surrealist politics and the perils of marrying James Bond Rachel Weisz stands in the doorway of a cafe in downtown New York, adjusting to the gloom from the brightness outside. We are in the East Village, a formerly bohemian one of the purposes of town long…

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Mothers with autism: ‘I mothered my children in a very different way’

Women with autism are twice as likely to be undiagnosed as men. Amelia Hill speaks to four mothers who only recognised their own condition after researching most children behaviour Being a girl or girl with autism is hard: its merely in the past two to three years that many professionals have begun to recognise that…

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A letter to … the kind stranger who shared her grief with me

The letter you always wanted to write The afternoon I visited your shop, I had been walking around aimlessly for hours and Im not sure what induced me go in. My confidence had deserted me and the furthest thing from my intellect was shopping for new clothes. Less than a week before, I had been…

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Samantha Bee, the new heroine of American political satire

The graduate of Jon Stewarts Daily Show now skewers the US president every week in her own Emmy-nominated TV satire, Full Frontal Samantha Bee, a 47 -year-old Canadian-born dual-citizen of Canada and the US, has been called the comedian of the resistance in the Donald Trump era. It is not a position she applied for…

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Can millennials save unions in America?

The US Supreme Court has just stripped back the power of organised labour still further, but millennials dont care. In an era of inequality and frustration the objective is joining unions in unprecedented numbers Last year Dae Dae Motley-Gibson was fighting. The 23 -year-old was juggling an deplete work schedule at her job in a…

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Babies may be able to link certain words and concepts, research suggests

Study indicates babies as young as six months old may realise certain words are associated and that interaction with adults boosts understanding Babies as young as six months old may have an inkling that certain words and concepts are related to each other, say scientists in research that sheds new light on how newborns learn….

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Valentine’s Day

Romance is in the air What are some of the ways you celebrate Valentine’s Day. You don’t have to spend a lot of fund merely to say and show how you love your children or others. Crafting things with your young ones can make a difference in how they relate in later life. Memory are…

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