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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Henry Blooms Paves The Way For Baby, Kids & Women’s Health

Previously, Mummy Plus One had the privilege to check out the bio-fermented probiotic range and now we are lucky enough to check out other great products they have to offer. Keeping with the theme of health and healthy living, below Mummy Plus One look at a rang of children probiotics and women’s multi vitamins… Henry […]

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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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Making Meal Times Easier For Busy Mums

Whether you are a working mum or stay at home mum, we are all busy mums juggling the daily life of raising children. Motherhood is a full-time job and worrying about what to make for dinner can make the day that little more stressful. Trying to work out what to cook, and whether you have […]

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Enough Is Enough: We Need To Take A Stance Against Cyber Bullying

Raising a child in the era of social media has always been a concern for me. After the recent tragic events of Dolly Everitt’s suicide, it has not only become more apparent, but also more terrifying. A home should be sacred place, a place free from bullying, hurt and danger. A home should be full […]

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Holiday Edition: Product Review – Quinny Yezz Pram

When we booked our flights overseas, it was inevitable that I needed to buy a good travel pram. I was looking for a pram that was not only reliable, but also light weight, easy to maneuver and comfortable for Isaac to sit in. Although I had a quite an extensive list of needs, there was […]

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Holiday Edition: How I Survived Flying With A Toddler

I was extremely nervous. Was my child going to be the one that chucks a tantrum? Was he going to be the child that annoys the person in front of him? Or would he be the child that does not want to sit in his seat and explore? I had mixed emotions and preconceived ideas […]

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