The Musical Mind: Paving the Minds of the Future Through Music and Play

There is no denying that many children love singing, dancing and simply moving around. Now you can enjoy these great pass time activities while you and your child bond. Located in the north of Melbourne, The Musical Mind provides a great environment for children to not only experience music but to learn in a fun […]

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TRIALS AND TRIBULATIONS: THE DUMMY

It’s been an interesting journey with Isaac and his dummy. Many parents may lean against having them, but I found it very beneficial when Isaac was a newborn. It did not interfere with breastfeeding, and instead, it was a comforter. However, once he got older the dummy started to become an problem… Wherever we went, […]

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Messy Monkeys: Innovative Children’s Food Gets A Stamp of Approval

Freedom Foods have done it again! Along with their healthy cereal, muesli, snacks and spreads, they have now added a wonderful children’s range of yummy wholesome snacks full of goodness. Known as the Messy Monkeys range, Freedom Foods have delivered top products that will be loved by parents thanks to their health benefits and yummy […]

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Love & Kisses In A Box: A Perfect Gift For A Special Bub

Buying the perfect gift for a new born can be a challenge. Making that gift extra special is something many of us want to achieve. ‘Love and Kisses in a Box’ can help avoid the stress of searching for a special gift and allow you to do this in the comfort of your home. From […]

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The Debate: Chiropractic Practice on Pregnant Women and Children 

CHIRO. It’s definitely an area of topical debate. Whenever I talk to people about seeing a chiropractor there is definitely a lot of skepticism. Initially, I wasn’t too keen on seeing a chiropractor, as I didn’t have much knowledge in the practice. Call me oblivious, but all I knew about chiro was that there was […]

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The Day My Son Called 000. By Accident!

For me it was a normal day. I got up, I got ready for work and dropped Isaac off at my mum’s house so she could babysit. Little did I know that it was an interesting day for my parents… For some unbeknownst reason, my son decided that he did not want to play with […]

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Women Joining Forces Together: Business Chicks ‘9 to Thrive’ Expo

There are days where ‘procrastination’ is my middle name, however, after I attended the Business Chicks ‘9 to Thrive’ expo I found my resurgence. Filled with everything women need to get their ‘but into gear‘, the expo showed me and many other women how to kick ass in the business world. (excuse the language) With […]

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Baby Proofing 101: The Toddler Stage

As children find the confidence to walk, they become more and more curious exploring the home. These are the months and years that ‘toddler proofing’ your home is more important than ever. Below are few vital tips to make your home toddler friendly, helping you avoid a visit to your local GP or the hospital. […]

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The Day I Cried Over Spilt Milk

‘Nooooooo’ I screamed while my freshly expressed milk spilt right in front of me. It was like a scene in a movie, happening in slow motion right in front of my eyes. Many would say that it’s not worth crying over spilt milk, but let me tell you the tears were rolling down. I didn’t […]

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