Make biology fun with the Curiscope Virtuali-Tee – review + GIVEAWAY

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Collaborative post Hands up if you drew countless diagrams of the human body in school science lessons but still aren’t quite sure where your pancreas is or what your kidneys actually do? Same here. Wouldn’t it be great if there was a better way to learn? If we could make biology fun and interactive, and maybe our children could see … Read More

Dear Daughter: Don’t worry

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Dear daughter, Don’t worry, it will all be ok. I was once approached in the high street by a young man with a clipboard. He said he was fundraising for Marie Curie who support people with terminal illness, and wanted to know if I’d sign up to donate regularly. He seemed really nervous – not the usual brash, confident type … Read More

5 positive & empowering things to say to your daughter every day + freebie

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We all want our daughters to grow into happy, confident, empowered adults, free of our own mental shackles. Here are 5 positive and empowering things to say to your daughter every day, to encourage her to grow into that person. 1. You are strong Girls are typically judged on their appearance first, with relatives and supermarket strangers innocently saying ‘aren’t … Read More

13 gentle April Fool’s pranks to play on your toddler

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This year, April Fool’s Day falls on Easter Sunday. As it’s the first year my daughter will really be old enough for April Fool’s pranks, I’m embracing this! I’m not going to get into the ethics of pranking your innocent little child… Of course, every parent knows their child best, and different children will have different levels of tolerance for … Read More

20 alternative uses for baby wipes

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We all know baby wipes are great for making tiny bottoms sparkly clean after a poopsplosion or even just a regular poop. (Sorry to talk about poop so early in the post!) But did you know that there are alternative uses for baby wipes that might just make your life a little easier? After all – you’ve always got a … Read More

9 brilliant blog posts to empower mums

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My mission with Letters to my Daughter is to empower mums to be confident, capable, kind and resilient women, setting a positive example for our daughters. Mums are amazing. You are amazing. Raising little people to become confident, capable, kind and resilient adults is no mean feet, but mums accept the challenge everyday, and we never give up. Even the … Read More

Children’s party fun with Party Teddies – review and GIVEAWAY!

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¬†Collaborative post If you’re looking for a fun and different activity for your child’s birthday party, or even just a fuss free creative activity to do with them on a rainy day, then Party Teddies might be just what you’re looking for. Party Teddies lets you host a build your own bear party from the comfort of your own home … Read More

KAYA mother & daughter jewellery – review & GIVEAWAY!

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Collaborative post The postlady delivered a parcel the other day which I was very excited to receive. I opened it to find two beautiful pink floral pouches, and two silver polishing cloths from KAYA Jewellery. ¬† Giving Back Two things really struck me about KAYA jewellery during my research when they first contacted me. Firstly that a huge part of … Read More

Mums who can’t bake – do it anyway!

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Hi, I’m Alice, and I’m a mum who can’t bake. In fact, many of my kitchen pursuits end up in disaster. In my repertoire so far I have ‘pasta bake soup’, ‘lasagna crisps’, ‘biscuit cake’, and ‘so mustardy it causes physical pain stroganoff’. But you know what? I do it anyway. Now I have a daughter, I bake and cook … Read More