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The LEGO brand has tailored the beloved construction experience by creating LEGO Friends which is a range designed for girls aged 5 and up. LEGO Friends empowers girls to build, play and be creative in a highly-detailed, character-based world that is based on the values of friendship, sharing, caring and beauty.
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Posted by MiaJohnson in MiaJohnson's Blog, 28 May 2020 - · 18 views
Most people are aware of the bad effects of smoking, but they aren’t as aware of the negative effects of second-hand smoke. You may be okay with damaging your own health, but it’s never okay to put non-smokers through the same ordeal. This is especially true for parents who smoke around their children. The negative consequences of smoking are even harsher...
Posted by MummyandChild in MummyandChild's Blog, 24 May 2020 - · 78 views
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Raising grateful children is a huge “feat” and it’s not as easy as it sounds but I am going to give you some helpful tips (backed by research) on how to raise a grateful child.
While you may be thinking that teaching your 2-year-old to say ‘thank you’ after...
Posted by DariaWInters in DariaWinters' Blog, 26 March 2020 - · 1300 views
Kids enrich our lives on a daily basis and make us feel more complete, but let’s face it- they’re not always easy to deal with. This becomes evident when outside circumstances force us to stay indoors. Whether it’s the weather or illness and your kids can’t go outside, you’ll need to find ways to entertain them indoors. Bored kids are those who wreak havo...
Becoming a mom is one of the most fulfilling and happiest times in our lives, but it can also be very stressful. We try to adjust to our new responsibilities and routines, sometimes unsuccessfully. It can be overwhelming to balance and complete all of the tasks on our to-do lists and juggle them with our family life. It’s very easy to give in to stress at...
Posted by Adrina13 in Adrina's blog, 14 December 2019 - · 3704 views
Like most people, I want my child to be successful in life. I also want him to get good grades and secure a bright future for himself. While my kid knows how important it is to do well at school, recently I began to think that he doesn’t fully understand the reason why he needs to do so, and why me and my spouse are telling him to try harder. Sometimes, j...
Posted by MiaJohnson in Baby Life, 25 November 2019 - · 3910 views
Once your family starts growing and you get kids, you will see your priorities shift. No longer will you be preoccupied with the little things and you will mainly focus on your child – or more specifically, the safety of your child. You will soon start noticing all sorts of threats to your little one that you never even considered before, both in your hom...
Posted by LaurenC2019 in Family Law Blog, 12 November 2019 - · 4054 views
I hear a lot of people in Australia still trying to cite 'grounds' for divorce.
Does having grounds effect property settlement outcomes? Does it really matter whose fault the divorce is?
Short answer, no it doesn't.
Why, in the movies and on tv, spouses and divorce lawyers hire private investigators to shadow their dearly belov...
Hello. I am currently 7 weeks pregnant. This is my first pregnancy. I took my first scan at 6 weeks 3 days. The results said that Gestational age as 5 weeks 3 days, no fetal pole, no yolk sac and no heart beat and suggested to do next scan in 10 days.
I am so worried about this since i came to know and GP suggested that I have only 30% chance of successf...
Posted by TraceyCltn in TraceyCltn's Blog, 15 January 2019 - · 4999 views
In case you were wondering, keeping the romance alive after the baby is born is not just a myth – it’s a real thing, and I’ll help you make that happen! Just stay with me and you’ll turn into a true romance god afterwards. Keep on reading!
Even though keeping our marriage romantic and intimate after the baby...
Posted by deedeerog in deedeerog's Blog, 03 January 2019 - · 6162 views
Someone please help! I need Rose Psychic contact details from Adelaide. I have spent countless hours looking! I've read she was at Brahma Lodge then Tea Tree Gully and cannot find a thing. I've read a few blogs with people from this site who have seen her and have her details. Can you please PM them to me? I'll even buy you lunch im...
Posted by OzzieMum in OzzieMum's Blog, 04 August 2018 - · 5760 views
Hi all. Next year our daughter is going to start high school for year 7. We are currently living in Canning Vale so it would make sense to send her to Canning Vale College although I'm really interested in Leeming Senior High School. We are only renting and are on a periodic lease so we could easily make them move to Leeming if we decided to. Has a...
I recently visited my doctor just to make sure my vaccinations were up to do. Once my blood work was done, my doc said everything was fine and I asked for copy of the results.
When I had a look at the results, it said my Rubella levels were 22IU/mL and on the paper it said "this level of Rubella (<30IU/mL) may not provide protections and re-...
Posted by kittysweet in Be happy, 01 March 2018 - · 6461 views
Hello, girls! This is my first blog post on Essential Baby and I hope you will enjoy it and appreciate my articles. Don’t forget to follow me, if you like it
So, in this article I would like to speak about problems relating to figure and form of stomach after pregnancy. Because many moms are asking that and don’t know how fix their bel...
Ive decided to become a blogger - and why not, Im up at 10.57 , my 9yr old asleep on the dining room floor because his room is to hot and my 7yr old asleep with just enough of the bathroom light peering into her room so she can go off to sleep. Its been a long day, its been a long week, its been a long year already.... I can catch my breath and breathe to...
Posted by DIY-G&T in 2018 OC (Opportunity Class) preparation, 12 December 2017 - · 25245 views
This blog entry is dedicated to help parents who wish to help their kids do the NSW Opportunity Class test. The OC environment offers students who are strong in academic ability to get more suitable education and realise their full potential. This is a bonus on top of whatever else they normally do as school kids. In this blog entry, I intend to share wha...
As schools withdraw from the project of imparting knowledge, they turn to promoting mental health as their mission. The result is a preoccupation with identity, difference and well-being.
In a recent article, “We Shouldn’t Teach Children about Mental Health”, Charlotte Gill argues that it is not the role of schools to treat mental and emotional disorder...
Today I took my first Ovulation test!!
And it wasn't a complete waste!!
The line was faint but non-the-less, it was there. I feel confident now, that my cycle is underway. I plan to take a test every 2 days to see if it increases 🤞 it does and the big O will fall on the day it's supposed to.
This could be my month, this could re...
Posted by anj85 in Melbourne - Waverley Private Obstetricians recommendations, 11 June 2017 - · 6721 views
I've got a BFP this week and blood tests confirmed it!
Super excited and nervous!!!
Just trying to find an Obstetrician and looking for any recommendations for the Obstetricians that deliver at Waverley private and any other tips?
Posted by Maryanne_cabaru in Maryanne_cabaru's Blog, 18 May 2017 - · 7406 views
So DF and I had our bucks/hens on the same night & I was quite trusting in saying it was ok to go to the strippers and we had a mutual understanding that I was comfortable with him having lap dances as we've been many times together before. I'd heard about some of the nasty things the home visiting strippers do & am generally quite possess...
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