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6 ways to get more sleep this summer and still enjoy the party season

With a bit of planning you can still catch enough zzzzzzz… https://www.nowtolove.co.nz/health/body/how-to-get-more-sleep-this-summer-party-season-39828 It’s that time of the year again: last minute deadlines at work, parties with friends, long celebratory lunches and yet another glass of something fizzy because, come on, it’s nearly the holidays.   From early December until the middle of January, life is...

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It’s time to talk about the role of sleep and post natal depression

www.kidspot.com.au/parenting/parenthood/mums/its-time-to-talk-about-the-role-of-sleep-and-post-natal-depression/news-story/fc710c03cf35cc5ec3c758385eefab10 Mum-of-two Raya Du Plooy opens about about her struggle with postnatal depression We all know lack of sleep goes hand in hand with parenthood. Tell someone you’re expecting and after the congratulations and celebrations, comes that common refrain, ‘Enjoy a good night’s sleep while you can!’ But despite all the warnings and knowing looks,...

Put me on your wishlist!
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Put me on your wishlist!

Babyvine has put together a wishlist for families, and guess what – I’m on it! Many tired parents are wishing they could get some more sleep, but they might not know how to ask for it. I’m a great present!   Christmas Wishlist 2018  

Most loved dad 2018 
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Most loved dad 2018 

Do you know a dad who inspires and impresses like no other? Tell him how much he means to you, and you can win a gift that will last a lifetime!  This year, for Father’s Day, I have teamed up with the lovely Daniella, and together we would love to help you celebrate all the...

Does your friend have Post Natal Depression?
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Does your friend have Post Natal Depression?

11 signs your friend might have PND and what you can you do to help her.  Adjusting to parenthood is tough going and it’s natural for parents – both mums and dads – to feel overwhelmed by their new normal. But when the baby blues last longer than a few weeks or so, it’s important...