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Guest Post: Parenthood for People with Disabilities

Ashley Taylor is a disabled mother of two wonderful, amazing, energetic children. She met her husband, Tom, while doing physical therapy. Tom had suffered a spinal cord injury due to a car accident and uses a wheelchair for mobility. They both have disabilities and always wanted children but knew that because of their disabilities becoming […]

A Family and Teen Guide to London’s Science Museum

Sometimes it is difficult to find an activity which caters for all the boys, given their age ranges. That’s the problem I have now. The science museum really does solve this problem, clearly aimed to entice kids for all ages. Here is my family guide: For Toddlers and Young Children Garden- We would do a [...]

Guest Post – The 6 Reasons Archery is Great for Kids

David James is a keen enthusiast of target sports, he writes for targetcrazy. He loves crossbows, bows and archery in general and promoting, teaching and introducing the sport to new people. In fact he says the younger the better, it’s never too early to start. He shares with us his passion for archery. Thank you […]

Guest Post: Why Sleep is Vital to Kids

Sara Westgreen is a researcher for the sleep science hub Tuck.com. She sleeps on a king size bed in Texas, where she defends her territory against cats all night. A mother of three, she enjoys board games and getting as much sleep as she can get her hands on. She shares her advice about the importance […]