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Harry At 9 Months ~ Monthly Update

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My little blue-eyed baby boy is 9 months, we are getting closer to his big first birthday and this month has seen the biggest change with regards development. He is a smiler, a charmer and wants to be by my side all day. I get showered in slobbery kisses (well that's what I like to think, he is really trying to bite every part of my face to get some relief from teething).

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Our Weaning Series ~ Week 10

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Welcome back to our weaning series. This week I've moved on to more lumpy/textured food for Harry. You can of course puree all these recipes to your own desired consistency to suit your child, or leave whole. Harry is now 9 months, and is thriving with food. He will eat everything, barr eggs, he will not touch them no matter how I cook them. He loves finger food, so I give him some florets of broccol,cooked carott sticks or slices of cucumber while I'm sorting out his dinner or of we are eating. So here are the new foods I've cooked this week, hope your child will enjoy them as much as mine do!

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Steps For A Perfect Garden

Just like your home, your garden should be somewhere you can totally relax. If yours is covered in uprooted turf and decaying bushes, then it can be a little hard to feel calm and tranquil! If you think your garden needs a makeover, then the whole process is often simpler than you might imagine. Here are a few steps you can take to refresh your little patch of green.

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Gap Year Getaways

Results day is one of the most nerve-wracking experiences of your entire life. After years of studying, it's the day you'll discover what your future holds. Although how you've shaped your career will be your primary concern, you've also likely got one eye on how to spend your gap year. For most students, taking a year out after their studies is the perfect way to recharge and refresh before resuming a normal life.

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6 Things Every Foodie Needs In Their Kitchen

Okay, confession time. I’m a huge foodie. Maybe it’s not a huge secret, since I have an entire blog section dedicated to recipes! But, in case you hadn’t guessed, I love food. It’s one of the small pleasures in life, and I love to try new things every day. It probably won’t surprise you to know that I have a kitchen full of equipment that helps out. Today, I’ll show you around, and let you know my favourite foodie tools!

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Stokke Scoot – #StokkeOnTheGo

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A few months ago, Stokke the brand behind some iconic prams and baby furniture got in touch to see of we would like to take part in their Stokke On The Go Campaign. We filmed a day in our city using our Stokke Scoot.

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If We Were To Travel The World In A Van…….

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We all have dreams, and what would we be without them? Ours would be to take a year off and take the kids travelling the world (as I said,its a dream). I was recently asked if I would document where we would travel to, why, and what we thought we would need. We would love to initially start off in Europe and end up in Australia/New Zealand, properly seeing as much as every country as possible. The best way we could educate our children.

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Creamy Chicken Pesto Pasta With Tomatoes, Spinach & Pine Nuts

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Who doesn't love a pasta dish that can be eaten all year round, hot or cold, be the perfect salad accompaniment to a Bbq, a quick lunch or a warming and satisfying dinner?

I have been making this lunch for years, it evolved and it has been a staple on Bbq days as well as always having some in the fridge to pick at during the week. It's a quick and easy pasta dish that all the family will love and us equally as tasty with or without the chicken.

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Simple Ways To Ensure Your Kids Are Healthier At Home

When you’ve got crawlers and toddlers at home, keeping them safe is your number one priority. Every moment requires a risk assessment. Could he bump into this? Will she spill that? As parents, we are hyper-vigilant, and with good reason. There are half a million children under 5 taken to A&E every year. Most of these are from accidents and too much rough and tumble. But many are caused by poisoning and allergies.

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Great Ideas To Decorate Your Walls

 If you’re thinking of redecorating, then there’s a common wall a lot of people hit; what to put on the walls! The walls of your home are a blank canvas. Hanging the right picture or other curiosity can give the entire room a potent sense of character and style. If you want this kind of effect, but you’re stuck for ideas, you don’t have to keep grinding your teeth! Here are some great ideas for wall decorations.

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