The Greatest Love of All?

I have a passion for the dulcet tones of George Benson – this began during my teenage years and continues to date. His version of The Greatest Love of All, (Michael Masser music and Linda Creed lyrics) is a song I play during

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Baby it’s You & Me

Babies really are amazing. This was clearly evident at a session last Friday morning held at a local Children’s Centre where parents and carers of babies under 12 months were invited to come and play together. The pictures below show the space we used before

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The end of a project, but it’s not all sad news :)

Last week saw the final session of The Northamptonshire Baby Room Project© that I had been facilitating in Rutland since March. And wow what a project! It was great to work with so many practitioners who were enthused by

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“5 to Thrive!” (Hertfordshire’s Key Messages).

Happy New Year! (I can’t believe it’s taken me ’til February though to get round to saying it – I believe the saying is: “time flies when you’re having fun!”). I had a great start to 2012 by attending Hertfordshire’s ‘My Baby’s Brain’ training where

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Serious work can be done while you’re having fun!

Just a quick post to say thank you to Fiona & Jess for a wonderful day of ‘plerking’*. I had planned to deliver one of my Baby It’s You! courses today, but instead spent the time sharing and ‘troubling’ ideas with

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Is he good?

What question is almost always asked by curious adults on first meeting a new baby – you’ve guessed: “is he/she good?” Is it just my weird sense of humour or wouldn’t it be lovely to respond: “NO!…he/she is the most wicked baby in the whole

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What do babies and walnuts have in common?

On hearing the news of the latest addition to our family, (a baby boy weighing in at almost 10lbs just after 5am this morning), I’m once again marvelling at the wonder of it all. So where do the walnuts come in? Well, having a walnut

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