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05/04/2012 15:11
scareyt
I cleared two whole kitchen counters yesterday and it makes me so happy to see them again! Not looking forward to junk modelling stage...
Forum: The Family Room discussion
05/04/2012 15:06
scareyt
Hi, I can really recommend an abs roller for stay at home mums, they are around 10 from Amazon or John Lewis. I love mine, I keep it in the toy cupboard so it's really easy to use it for a couple of
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29/03/2012 15:32
scareyt
For my nearly two year old I use pancakes, either bought or home made with wholemeal flour and lots of eggs and then frozen. I use them either for breakfast or for desert if the main meal has been a b
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15/02/2012 15:39
scareyt
Hi, there is also the Michael Tippett School in Herne Hill that comes under Lambeth.
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13/02/2012 22:07
scareyt
They do it at the Fourway pharmacy in Herne Hill too.
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29/01/2012 16:03
scareyt
Hi Richard, I've come a few times to the group and love it but I do think the name is quite silly. And thinking about it, when I've told other people about it I haven't mentioned the name at all. I th
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29/11/2011 22:54
scareyt
Hi I wouldn't bother with the babyset, we took ours off at around 16 months as baby was climbing over it to get in and out. I found the trip trap harness really fiddly to use and ended up cutting the
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29/11/2011 22:46
scareyt
Another vote for herne hill to victoria on the train then 73 bus - completely step free and very quick!
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29/11/2011 22:09
scareyt
This sounds brilliant! We do something on Monday mornings at the moment but I will try to swap it around so we can come next week. So excited!
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18/10/2011 00:31
scareyt
Jollybaby - Merry Go Round on Half Moon Lane in Herne Hill sell second hand & end of line maternity and children's clothes.
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17/10/2011 23:25
scareyt
I spent 4 weeks in William Gilliat when my baby was born - 2 weeks beforehand with preeclampsia and 2 weeks after with my blood pressure still way too high and him in special care. I was in a side roo
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07/09/2011 20:41
scareyt
Hi we had a similar thing at the same age, not the choking but just endless fussing, faffing about, refusing to eat anything, creating an enormous mess and driving me insane. What about just stopping
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07/09/2011 08:02
scareyt
Hi all, thanks for the suggestions! I will try a sheepskin today, hadn't thought of that.
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07/09/2011 00:23
scareyt
Hi we stopped daytime feeds first, starting at about 13 months. My little boy is 16 months now and we now have one feed a day first thing in the morning which I love and am planning to carry on with u
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06/09/2011 23:07
scareyt
My little boy also recently outgrew his first pair of Startright pre-walkers and the lady in the shop said he should really have something more solid and suppportive now but everything else we tried o
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06/09/2011 22:49
scareyt
Hi I don't have a group 2 seat yet but have heard Halfords in Brixton are really helpful at advising and fitting and I would go there for advice if not to buy one.
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06/09/2011 22:40
scareyt
I go to Gymboree in Herne Hill with my 16 month old and we both love it, we also used to go to Gymbabes at St Faiths but I found it a bit grubby / noisy / random / too crowded and I think he was a bit
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06/09/2011 22:12
scareyt
Hi all I'm having a bit of a nightmare trying to find the perfect pushchair snd wondered if anyone has any suggestions. (Sorry for very long post!) My son is 16 months old, quite small for his age, an
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