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Tips On Dealing With Your Child’s First Residential Trip 

Tips On Dealing With Your Child's First Residential Trip 

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As your child gets older, they’re probably going to get the opportunity to go on a residential trip with their school. Whether it’s for a single night or a few more, it’s going to bring up some emotions for you both. 

Excitement, worry and sometimes even a little sadness are common feelings to experience. To try and make this experience as positive as possible, there are a number of practical things you can do. 

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How to Help Your Child Find Their Independence 

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If you want to make sure that your child is independent and doesn’t rely on you forever, this is something you need to start preparing for from an early age. There are so many benefits that come with raising a child that’s independent. They’ll feel more confident in their own skin and they’ll know their own minds, priorities and worth. That can only be positive, so find out what you can do to help with that below.

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Five Gifts For the Different People in Your Life

Five Gifts For the Different People in Your Life

Whether you’ve already started the Christmas shopping or simply want to do some gift buying for birthdays between now and then, this time of year is definitely all about treating your loved ones. I have a few people in my family who are NEVER easy to buy for, which means I spend quite a lot of time looking at new and interesting things that I can get them for special occasions, and I thought I’d share some of my ideas with you today:

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How to Raise Confident Kids

How to Raise Confident Kids
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When it comes to raising children, there are certain worries that seem universal, no matter your background. Will they get on okay at school? Will they get a good job? Will they have a happy relationship? – these are just a few things that cross parents minds as their kids grow up, but a lot of those questions come down to one thing – confidence. Kids who are confident tend to fare better in all aspects of life, and there are lots of things that we, as parents, can do to encourage confidence. Here are a few of them:

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