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Lets Plan an English Tea Party in Time For Spring

Tea plays the same huge role for the British as the samurai moral code for the Japanese. In British society tea party is included in the everyday schedule and has its own peculiarities.According to the English custom of drinking tea, they drink it several times a day.1st and 2nd times: …

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Is it a Boy or a Girl? Can Old Wives’ Tales Help Us Predict?

When it comes to topics that have the most old wives’ tales attached to them, predicting the gender of a baby has to be a leading contender. Whether you decide to find out the sex of your baby or not, guessing what you’re having can be a whole lot of …

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The Baby Show ExCel February 2014

The Baby Show continues to be the UK’s number one pregnancy and parenting event. Returning to ExCel London from February 21st to 23rd 2014, this well-established show is an essential part of the parenting experience, and a sanctuary for all expectant parents, and mums, dads and grandparents of young children.With …

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Homeserve Cosy Warm Room Home Decor

I am not one for home decorating but I thought I’d give this challenge a try. HomeServe’s Warm Your Home this Winter campaign aims to help make your property more cosy in time for Christmas. See how I got on. We took a trip to our local B&Q who in …

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BT Tweets On The Tower Join The Fun!

Tweet Tweet Tweet – Fancy having a personal tweet displayed way up high on the BT Tower in front of millions of Londoners across the capital? Yeah me too – Don’t worry that wish could actually come trueUsing the hashtag #TweetsOnTheTower on Twitter, +BT UK will give people the opportunity to display …

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Communicating On The Cheap: Finding The Best Mobile Plan This Winter

When we are young, free and single, all our money goes on ourselves, Right?!  Even then, it can be tricky to manage your money. You need to make sure that you keep up with all the latest fashion trends, do enough activities to stop yourself getting bored and stay healthy …

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Designer iPhone Case by Covert Review

As most of you know we went along to the very first Family event Plusher – For the Disconcerting Parent were I got to meet quite a lot of new brands I’ve never head of. One of them was Covert I was mesmerised by their display of gorgeous luxurious cases. …

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Snoob.co.uk Christmas Competition worth £200

Happy Thursday everyone, Hope you’ve all had an awesome week. Today on the blog I have something fantastic for you – Fancy winning yourself over £200 worth of amazing goodies?? Well then keep reading.. You’ll love it. The Christmas competirion is hosted my lovely friends over at Snoob – The …

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Early Speech and Language Development: Myth Busting

Hayden with a dummy at 9 months There is a lot of pressure put on first time parents, and indeed on second, third or fourth time parents, for their children to conform to certain development milestones. This is a pressure parents put on themselves, as well as the perceived pressure …

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Help Wildlife Out This Winter With Children

Image Credit Charlotte has been kind enough for me to do a guest post for her today. Let me introduce myself and my blog. My name is James, my wife and I have three wonderful children Charlie 3yrs, Harry 2yrs and Olivia 1yrs. Daddy Space is my parenting and lifestyle …

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Daddy is More Fun Than Mummy!

My name is Mark and I blog at Paige’s Toy Box. Paige’s Toy Box is a parenting blog written from the perspective of a father. My blog will mainly focus on the high points of my relationship I share with my beautiful daughter, Paige. Posts mainly consist of games we …

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Fun and Food Goodies with Ellas Kitchen Little BIG Meals

  Ella’s Kitchen have launched their new ‘my little BIG meals’, which is its first range designed specifically for growing toddlers aged 1+, they thought it would be a great ideal for Hayden try the new range as well as take part in their challenge called ‘creatively bursting with fruit …

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MyChildWorld – First Social Shopping Platform Especially For Mums

Mychildworld.com is for the busy mum that are short on time, shopping (online and – even worse – offline) is a time sucker sitting there on their ‘to do’ list. It’s not that the Internet is lacking in children’s stores, but finding that one perfect site that has a huge …

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Win a Cantaloop Maternity Lingerie Bundle (CLOSED)

The wonderful team over at Cantaloop have provide this awesome competition for two of my lovely readers.Yep, two readers of Berice Baby blog are in for a treat. Have a look at whats on offer.Cantaloop, the leading name in pregnancy and nursing lingerie, want to help you enjoy every stage …

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DreamBaby Retractable Safety Gate Review

Dreambaby launches in the UK with it’s award-winning retractable safety gate and we were given the opportunity to review it. After Hayden decided to hang off and rip of the wall one of our older gates we were looking for something new to use. First Impressions: – Too much DIY …

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Christmas Gift Guide – For Baby

  Here is the second installment of my Christmas Gift Guide. This one is dedicated to Baby. Filled with toys, teddies and clothes – Stuck on what to get a baby for Christmas have a look here. 1. Fisher Price Discover ‘n Grow Jumperoo www.mothercare.com £69.99 Your little one will …

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Baby Swimming FAQ’s and Tips

Taking your baby swimming can be a daunting prospect. It is natural to be initially cautious and have lots of questions when it comes to your first time. To help you with this, here are a collection of some frequently asked questions associated with baby swimming:Why teach my baby to …

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Autumn Fun with Olive and Moss Review

We were kindly given the opportunity to review the gorgeous Olive and Moss kids clothing brand. I’m a huge fan so when the opportunity arose I said yes yes yes! I can tell by just posting photos on my instagram how much people like a certain product – This one …

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