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You see him spitting on the playground, but you don’t see that my child has only just learnt to talk. Aged 5. You see him screaming at me, refusing to get into the car, you don’t see his tears of...
This article was originally published in 2010                       WHAT IS HEURISTIC PLAY? When we refer to heuristic play, we usually mean sensory objects that are safe for baby to play or mouth. Objects are not purpose-built toys, but more natural or basic household items. Heuristic...
Salt Skin is Michelle Rhode’s first novel and is published in paperback and as an e-book on Amazon. It is set in America yet draws on inspiration from the authors life in Northland, New Zealand. Salt Skin is the story...
We've done two recipes for other blogs, and thought you may like to check them out!     We've been making these yummy rice paper rolls and they are a real hit with the kids if I chop the vegetables up finely...
Leaving work to become a parent can be a decision accompanied by many emotions. Depending on how much you enjoyed your job, you could be feeling anxious or relieved, in addition to stressed or confused by the resulting changes...
touchofgracedoula.blogspot.com  This amazing story fromhttp://blog.placentabenefits.info/index.php/2012/04/heating-placenta-to-revive-unresponsive-babies/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+JodiSelander+%28Placenta+Blog%29 “It is believed in Ayurvedic medicine that if a baby is born appearing lifeless, the placenta can be warmed to restore life in the child. The practice of warming an attached (unclamped and uncut) placenta in hot...

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