Early Rider's Andy Loveland reveals his top tips for getting your little one on two wheels
Why is it important to learn to ride a bike at a young age?
Firstly, because it'is great, wholesome fun. When it comes to physical benefits, confidence building, introducing a more adventurous outlook on life and accessibility, getting on a bike is very hard to beat.
What skills can a child learning from ... Continue reading
Dad posts Tumblr blog of crying challenges every parent faces...
The latest Internet sensation sweeping the nation is a humble Tumblr account entitled ‘Reasons My Son is Crying’, posted by American father of two, Greg Pembroke.
Over 600,000 people logged on last week to scroll through the gallery of images of 21-month old Charlie and his older brother William, in ... Continue reading
Restrictions come after discovering bulk-buyers sell tins at a profit to families in China
Supermarkets are now rationing popular brands of formula milk after a surge in demand from China has caused a rise in unofficial exports.
Danone, the manufacturer of much-loved brands Aptamil and Cow & Gate, has requested retailers (Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury’s and Morrisons) stop customers bulk-buying after students and businessmen have been ... Continue reading
Men say having a baby makes them feel more attractive
Spotted your man looking a little bit smug as he cradles your tiny baby, checking himself out in shop windows or glancing in every mirror he passes? Well, according to researchers, he’s not just loving being a new dad, he’s got the post-baby glow. You may have enjoyed Continue reading
Emergency measles clinics overwhelmed by rush to have MMR vaccination
There has been a rush to visit vaccination clinics in South Wales this weekend for the measles, mumps and rubella jab (MMR), due to a spate of measles outbreaks.
Emergency clinics in South Wales were inundated with nearly twice the number of people expected, with nearly 1,200 being given ... Continue reading
In support of World Health Day we explore the different forms of meningitis and what you should be looking out for
Meningitis is an inflammation of the membranes that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord. The most common germs that cause meningitis are viruses and bacteria, making up the two forms of the disease - viral meningitis, which affects around 5000 people per year, as opposed to around ... Continue reading
Good news for buggy-pushing mums as walking is shown to be best form of exercise
If even the thought of pounding the treadmill has you breaking out in hot sweats, or you’re not sure how to keep up your exercise regime during pregnancy, then relish this latest news – walking reduces the risk of heart disease, diabetes and high blood pressure better than jogging. Continue reading
In the kitchen rattling those pots and pans? You’ll be there for years!
If you feel like you’re always in the kitchen, preparing countless dinners for fussy tots (and dads as we recently revealed), then the fact of the matter is, you probably are. The time you spend in the kitchen totals up to a whopping 13 hours a week, or ... Continue reading
‘Cutesy voice’ and ‘baby fb updates’ lead the way in a survey of UK parents’ pet hates
According to a recent survey of 1,254 British parents by Myvouchercodes.co.uk, a whooping 56% of mums and dads find the parent habits of those around them annoying.
A top ten list of irritating habits revealed parents in the UK dislike ‘using a cutesy voice’, followed by being bombarded with ‘baby-related Facebook ... Continue reading
Actress Tamzin Outhwaite reveals her strict side and how her girls Florence, 4, and Marnie, 9 months, make her laugh...
@PPPMAGAZINE: Do you feel your family is now complete?
@mouthwaite: I came from a fairly big family and always thought I'd have a large family, but I've decided that two children is definitely enough!
@PPPMAGAZINE: Did you find your pregnancies alike?
@mouthwaite: Both pregnancies were similar - they both seemed much longer than nine ... Continue reading
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