Blog » Month: December 2018

HOW TO KEEP YOUR CHILD SLEEPING WELL THIS CHRISTMAS

With the number of sleeps between now and Christmas diminishing faster than the contents of a family-sized box of Quality Street that I definitely wasn’t opening until next week, in the midst of last-minute Amazon orders and trying to remember to orchestrate an imaginative elf move every evening, some parents are experiencing a growing worry…

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STAG Review Snow Play at Cast in Doncaster

Cast invited STAG along to review Snow Play and I jumped at the chance to go along, booking tickets for my family too so that we could make the occasion a Christmas treat. I had heard great things about Cast but had never been there so I was keen to explore the venue. It is…

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Make sure you’re up to speed this Christmas!

Over 45,000 premises can now benefit from a superfast internet connection as part of Broadband East Riding, which is a partnership between East Riding of Yorkshire Council, UK Government and Openreach. This Christmas, make sure you’re up to speed and check whether you can upgrade to superfast broadband. With more and more technology under the…

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STAG review The Magic Hatter’s Christmas Cracker

On Sunday, team STAG were invited along to the The Magic Hatter’s Christmas Cracker performance which is in it’s 8th magical year. We of course took our mini mumblers along as after all, they are the real critics when it comes to children’s’ entertainment. If you haven’t already heard of him, The Magic Hatter is…

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What is “sleep-training” and does it mean leaving my child to cry?

As parenting topics go, few are as likely to prompt judgement, insults and mum-shaming as the thorny issue of sleep-training. When I see these exchanges, what always strikes me is that many people take the term “sleep-training” to mean leaving a child alone to cry for varying periods of time. And so follow statements that…

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