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6 Stages Of The IVF Process

Embarking on fertility treatment can be an extremely daunting experience. Often it’s difficult to know where to begin or what to expect! In this infographic, the London Womens Clinic explain the IVF process step by step, from your initial consultation all the way through to...
Posted On 18 Sep 2013

6 Gifts Expecting Fathers Can Give To Their Pregnant Wife

Moms-to-be have a lot on their plates. Somewhere in between all of her normal activities, she has to fit in a flurry of checkups, classes and outfitting the baby’s room, all while dealing with the physical hardship of pregnancy. Lift your wife’s spirits by giving her...
Posted On 16 Sep 2013

4 Tips For Prepping Your Family For An Emergency

It’s rare to find some region of the country where there hasn’t been some sort of disaster or emergency. People all long the East Coast and generally everywhere in the United States have been dealing with unprecedented amounts of flooding this summer, and tornados have been...
Posted On 13 Sep 2013

Adjusting to Changes During Your Pregnancy

When you first get the news you are pregnant you are undoubtedly overjoyed. As you get deeper into your pregnancy you will likely experience a multitude of changes to your body and emotions, all brought on by changing levels of hormones. Seeing a doctor can help you cope with...
Posted On 09 Sep 2013

4 Top Ideas For Making Playtime Educational

Children pick up on new things really quickly and childhood can be the perfect time for getting children interested in science and history for instance. One way you can spark a thirst for education in your child is to ensure that you make the playtimes educational and present...
Posted On 03 Sep 2013

Fun, Exciting, and Different Ideas For A Creative Playroom

Getting tired of the same old same old when it comes to your child’s playroom? Looking for some fresh, new, fun ideas? Then you have come to the right place. Moms and Dads all over the world have experimented and found new, fun and interesting ways to keep their children...
Posted On 29 Aug 2013

Stop Those Fights Between Your Kids!

We all love our kids, and we would do anything for them. However, there are times when they drive us crazy. You may have a little boy that reminds you of that cheeky chap Bart Simpson, (who for some boys’ I’m sure has become a bit of a role model, but that’s a story for...
Posted On 05 Feb 2013

How Teenagers Have Changed in 30 Years

People are always talking about how much times have changed in the past 30 years, and while you might roll our eyes, they’re actually correct. In fact, the typical teenager from 1982 is much different than the one we see in 2012. Of course, interests are different as pop...
Posted On 31 Jan 2013

5 Easy Ways to Save Money on Your Food Bill

Did you know that the average family will throw away £50 ($80) of food each month that was bought but never eaten? You probably think you couldn’t possibly waste that much food and money each month! But how many times do you cook too much food and end up throwing it in the...
Posted On 29 Jan 2013

Top 5 Tips on How to Stop Thumbsucking

When it comes to putting a stop to a baby or toddler’s habit, thumbsucking has to be one of the most challenging. After all, it is not an option to take the thumb away as a parent would do with the bottle, pacifier or blanket. Why Do Babies Suck Their Thumbs? One of the...
Posted On 22 Jan 2013

11 Ways to Find Affordable Life Insurance No Matter Who You Are

No one likes to think about dying. But it’s an inevitable part of life. No one lives forever and yet the costs of dying can devastate those left behind. Life insurance is meant to cover things like your final expenses and to keep your family living in the same lifestyle...
Posted On 15 Jan 2013

5 Signs Your Child is Being Cyber-Bullied

Kids can be cruel, we all know that, but as technology continues to grow to our younger generations, it provides for an additional way to interact with others. Bullying is something that has been around since the beginning of time and has even grown to be an accepted behavior in...
Posted On 15 Jan 2013