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Hello - I have a question about child protection. My husband and I have been together for 11 years. We have two children. When our first born child was 9 weeks old, he fell/rolled off a lounge chair. We took him straight to our closest ED to be checked out. He was fine (thank god) but 4 days later...
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Hello - I have a question about child protection. My husband and I have been together for 11 years. We have two children. When our first born child was 9 weeks old, he fell/rolled off a lounge chair. We took him straight to our closest ED to be checked out. He was fine (thank god) but 4 days later...
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Hey mums, need some help finding some clothes suitable for my SIL wedding in March for my boys. Does anyone know where to find bone coloured pants (chinos or dress pants) and a light to medium grey button up shirt for my kids. They are ring bearers and since we have to travel a fair distance my SIL...

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*Sponsored post Here's a little insight into what I do for my day job. I'm an Educational Consultant at my family owned business Harleys Educational . The year before my daughter started prep I put together a pack to help us get ready. Since then this pack has become one of our biggest sellers. Here is a quick little video I made about the products featured in that pack. Don't laugh at me and my...
Separation anxiety is fairly normal occurrence and most children will experience this at some stage. And it's something they will eventually grow out of. My daughter suffered from it when she started prep so i've learnt some things along the way so I thought I would share them with you all. 1) Make sure tell them what is happening. Explain using direct language what will be happening try to do...
About Author: JB is the volunteer co-coordinator, and a regular writer, for Fighters Against Child Abuse Australia. She is a stay-at-home mum with 6 children aged between the ages of 7 months and 20 years and is currently working toward a BA Literature / Sociology, and a diploma in counselling. Child sexual abuse is a topic nobody wants to talk about. Not only is it an uncomfortable subject, but...
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