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Parenting advice with tips and tricks from Mums

Check out our video for handy tips from mums on their experiences with children and feeding.


Do you ever wonder if it’s okay not to always have the answer to everything? Well, you’re certainly not alone there but sharing stories about your own mishaps and problems with people in a similar situation is always a good way to get some practical advice and helps answer the questions you perhaps didn’t want to ask.

This is never truer than when it comes to the challenges of being a parent. So make time to chat with other parents and you’re likely to find you can help each other. And you never know, by sharing anecdotes you might just learn something you didn’t know or impart some great tips you’ve picked up yourself along the way.

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I need some help my little boy just turned 2 and he’s definitely going through the terrible twos, I was wondering is there anything that other mams do to help calm their little ones down when they are having a proper meltdown

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tracey

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Thank you for your ideas she does have a sweet tooth and loves spaghetti so will try both of those ideas thank you

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MrsH2010

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My son is a very fussy eater and will love one type of fruit one day and point blank refuse it the next. Keep trying different fruit and veg and keep a note of the ones he likes and don't give up.

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Tracey, what's your little ones favourite foods? I would try putting veg into those. So for example if it's chocolate cake you could make chocolate and beetroot cake, if it's spaghetti pasta you could add some courgetti, if it's bread try making bread with herbs or tomatoes, also try making vegetable juices or smoothies etc..

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tracey

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Hi I hope someone can assist my 15month old will not eat veg I've tried everything so please any help will be gratefully received

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