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Happy New Year And Exciting News From Celebrating Mums

Happy New Year to all who have followed, read and supported Celebrating Mums over the last year. May all your happinesses in 2012 be huge ones. May you be blessed with safey, peace and prosperity. May your year see lots of love, laughter and learning. In other words, have a good one! I have an … Continue reading

How To Have A Perfect Christmas – Kirstie Allsopp’s Tips

Christmas has to be one of the most special family times in the year – when else does the whole family get together, exchange gifts and indulge in yummy homemade feasts? Queen of homemade, Kirstie Allsopp, tells us about what she’ll be doing this Christmas and also what her favourite Christmas treats are. 1. What … Continue reading

How To Turn Supermarket Goods Into Wonderful Festive Canapes

Christmas feast ideas from Top Hat Catering – http://www.tophatcatering.co.uk Hattie Mauleverer-Jones, MD of Top Hat gives her top canapé Christmas cheat ideas! Canapés – little bites are always my favourite and can work better than a starter on Christmas day – you don’t want to fill people up too much before the big feast. Don’t … Continue reading

Party Fashion Tips For Children

Perfect pieces for the party season! Nicole Frost, founder of online style site Half-Pint Chic, shares her top tips for festive fashionistas From play dates at friend’s houses to family parties; Christmas discos to the big New Year’s eve do – the party season can sometimes prove to be problematic for parents. With the calendar … Continue reading

How To Deal With Bullying – Tips From The NAS

As part of Anti-Bullying Week, The National Autistic Society (NAS) is providing advice for parents of children with autism who are worried about bullying in school. NAS research suggests that over 40 per cent of children with autism and almost 60 per cent of children with Asperger syndrome have been bullied at school and recent … Continue reading

Kirstie Allsopp’s Tips For A Great Halloween

Halloween has to be one of the most exciting family times in the year – when else does the whole family get to dress up and indulge in some spooky treats. Queen of homemade, Kirstie Allsopp, tells us what she is dressing up as this year and provides some fun ideas for the scariest night … Continue reading

Top Tips For Roast Beef

Unsure of the right cut to choose this ‘roast season’? We’ve asked the experts at Bord Bia (the Irish Food Board) for a few hints and tips. Ribs and sirloin are great for flavour but can also be slightly more expensive in these cash strapped times. So, for something that’s a little lighter on your … Continue reading

Affordable And Simple Tips For Half-Term Happiness

Train fares are going up, gas and electricity prices have risen again and the cost of going to the supermarket seems to have rocketed. All of a sudden it’s half term again and the kids need amusing without it costing the earth. Visit a museum – it’s not just the London museums that are free … Continue reading

Does Your Child Wet The Bed? Read This

ERIC, the UK’s only childhood continence charity, is pleased to host two new videos focusing on childhood bedwetting. The videos feature real life experiences of two parents and two children who experienced bedwetting. Bedwetting affects one in 12 UK children and teenagers every night but because no one talks about it, most people think they’re … Continue reading

Kirstie Allsopp’s Tips For The Perfect Halloween

Halloween has to be one of the most exciting family times in the year – when else does the whole family get to dress up and indulge in some spooky treats. Queen of homemade, Kirstie Allsopp, tells us what she is dressing up as this year and provides some fun ideas for the scariest night … Continue reading

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