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Step into summer with our brand new issue, where we help you plan your family summer getaway and give you mindful mothering tips on how to beat burnout (you're welcome), plus much more!
Picky eater in the household? Be a pro at navigating food at social events with Julie Bhosale.
Meet our guest editors who discuss pregnancy, being fashionable whilst pregnant and beyond, social media and making your home a haven.
Having a baby? Congratulations. We talk Lead Maternity Carers (LMC) with real mums and get advice from the expert.
Expert tips and make-in-advance recipes for easy summer entertaining with friends and family.
Some other things you'll love about our new issue...
- Choose a colour palette for your baby's nursery that stimulates senses and encourages a sense of calm for the parent
- Embrace your pregnancy glow with our top makeup bag picks
- Christian Newman is in the hotseat for our dad's Q&A
- Why messy play is the way to go
- Baby Sleep Whisperer Sharlene Poole discusses making the transition from one child to two
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Recently, my sister and I took our toddlers for a walk to buy a morning coffee. As we walked, my sister asked if I had a preference as to where we might dine.“Somewhere with good high chairs,” I replied. There wasn’t a mention of location or coffee quality. High chairs were my primary focus.
Each week I set aside a night when my toddler is in bed and my husband is in charge of baby Theo for a couple of hours. During this time, I paint my nails. It makes me feel like a human for a little while.