Monthly Archives: November 2015

How to decor a family-friendly home

How to decor a family-friendly home

Having a family is one of the most beautiful and challenging jobs of life. Everything changes, from a woman’s body to a couple’s home, and when this happens, it is important to take as many precautions as you can. In fact, when you plan a kid-proof home, every argument regarding kids safety and wellbeing is to be considered top priority, and should be carefully evaluated. Check out Shop Mohd online store, where you can find convenient …

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Ideas for Christmas – Frozen Gift Guide

Ideas for Christmas – Frozen Gift Guide

Despite the fact that it’s been almost 2 years since the Disney smash hit Frozen was released, the film’s popularity seems to be just as strong as ever and there’s no doubt that the oodles of Frozen merchandise on the market will be featuring on many a Christmas list this year. Sausage has been lucky enough to be sent a bundle of Frozen gift sets by H and A, which would be perfect for Christmas and we …

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Living in the Country – Six Weeks On

Living in the Country – Six Weeks On

As you’ll know, if you read this blog (or follow me on social media, or happen to have stood behind me at a checkout recently…), six weeks ago we made the move to a tiny rural hamlet about 8 miles from where we were previously living. Six weeks exactly, in fact, but it feels so much longer. It’s definitely been a learning curve; we’ve had to learn about living with an LPG tank to supply …

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Raising Pragmatists – Parenting Without God

Raising Pragmatists – Parenting Without God

It’s pretty safe to say that religion is not something which factors very highly on mine and Husband’s list when it comes to parenting our girls. We’ve taught them the basics about what each of the major religions involve and have told them that, if they choose to, they’re welcome to explore faith if it appeals to them, but we certainly don’t follow any religion ourselves and usually strive to separate the girls from these …

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