Pregnancy – Lotions / Stretch mark creams
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Pregnancy – Lotions / Stretch mark creams

  Pregnancy - Lotions / stretch mark creams In my opinion they are a complete waste of time, unfortunately, if your skin is prone to stretch marks you will get them regardless of how much cream you put on. My advice would be to use a good moisturizer this should help make your skin more supple and help reduce the damage. However your skin may be way better than mine and there are several creams, oil, lotions available that you could try -   Bio oil- click to buy - Amazon - Bio oil…

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Teething- Sophie The Giraffe

Sophie the Giraffe - Full Version Born in France in 1961. Still the same even after more than 50 years! Designed to stimulate the senses and soothe teething pains, Sophie the Giraffe is a true icon, loved by millions of children (and parents!) around the world! Sophie the Giraffe is Baby’s first toy that stimulates each of the five senses. Made from 100 per cent natural rubber (Phthalate-free) derived from the sap of the Hevea tree, Sophie’s flexible, renewable, natural materials and non-toxic food grade paint mean she is a safe…

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Pregnancy – Maternity jeans

Pregnancy - maternity jeans   Maternity clothes are very hit or miss. This is especially true with trousers. I bought maternity jeans mainly from Newlook and H&M.   NEW LOOK- New Look ones are very cheap and looked nice, however, that is about as good as it gets. The trouser does have a built-in tummy band, unfortunately, the waistband does not allow expansion, it makes them very uncomfortable as your tummy gets bigger. click to buy - new look maternity jeans   H&M-I would advise investing in a pair with an elastic waist. H&M…

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Head Lice (Nits) Prevention – Conditioning Defense Spray

Vosene Kids Advanced Conditioning Defence Spray Head Lice Repellent Vosene Shampoo and Conditioning defense spray is a must its clinically proven formula now provides, even more, protection against head lice. Instantly detangles even the worst knots leaving hair healthy looking and shiny. Simply apply to washed, damp hair (or dry hair in between washes) to help prevent head lice from striking back! Instantly detangles even the worst knots leaving hair healthy looking and shiny. Contains natural ingredients to help repel head lice: Citronella Oil, Eucalyptus Leaf Oil, Rosemary Leaf Oil…

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Head Lice (Nits) Prevention – Defense Spray

Nitty Gritty Defense Spray Personally, i have tried a few sprays, and this is one of the best ones, and it actually smells nice, unlike some others that we have tried. It isnt the cheapest product, however, it is worth the money and will last a while. Amazon - Nitty Gritty Head Lice Repellent Spray can help keep hair free from lice during outbreaks and prevent re-infestation, especially when members of the family have had head lice. Nitty Gritty Head Lice Repellent Spray can help keep hair free from lice during…

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Head Lice (Nits) Prevention – Nit Combs

Nitty Gritty Nit Comb   When choosing a nit comb, always opt for a metal one if you can. much better than the plastic alternative. The Nitty Gritty Comb quickly and easily removes not only head lice and unsightly nits (empty egg cases) but also extracts 'live'head louse eggs before they hatch. Instead of nasty chemicals, it gets the job done using advanced design and old-fashioned common sense. The stainless steel MicroSpiral grooves of the Nitty Gritty Comb slide through hair that's been coated with either nit Solution or any…

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Head Lice (nits)
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Head Lice (nits)

Head Lice (nits) As soon as your little one starts nursery or school, headlice will come into your house. I have tried everything from nit shampoos, leave in conditioners, nit prevention spray. my advice would  Invest in a good nit comb. rotate, use different products as lice become immune after a while. and finally, if you have a daughter like me who loves having long hair, unfortunately, she is more prone to getting head lice, have her hair tied back while at school or nursery. Having head lice, also called nits,…

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Teething – Sophie the Giraffe (Small Teether)

Sophie the Giraffe (Small Teether) Born in France in 1961. Still the same even after more than 50 years! Designed to stimulate the senses and soothe teething pains, Sophie the Giraffe is a true icon, loved by millions of children (and parents!) around the world! Sophie the Giraffe is Baby’s first toy that stimulates each of the five senses. Made from 100 per cent natural rubber (Phthalate-free) derived from the sap of the Hevea tree, Sophie’s flexible, renewable, natural materials and non-toxic food grade paint mean she is a safe and…

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Pregnancy – Sleep (maternity pillows)

Pregnancy - Sleep (pillows) As many women find out as your pregnancy continues the more uncomfortable sleeping becomes, and don't be thinking after birth it is instantly more comfortable, unfortunately, after you have given birth your stomach is still a similar size to 4-5 months pregnant. one thing I found really useful is a pregnancy pillow- Dreamgenii It can be expensive but it is definitely a good investment, it will help you sleep, but also it can be used as a feeding pillow after the birth. (i would definitely recommend) Click to buy - Amazon -…

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Numicon

Numicon Based on a proven concrete-pictorial-abstract approach, Numicon encourages children to explore maths using structured imagery and apparatus in order to understand and explain mathematical concepts: Gives children confidence through demonstrating how and why they arrived at their answer Easily assess understanding by watching and listening to what children do and say Flexibility to use alongside existing resources, or as a complete maths programme This product is amazing! we were introduced to it at a parents evening , when my daughter started school. The product is very easy to use, both of my children love it and…

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