Monthly Archives: October 2009

Paternity leave: are you taking it? By Monica Stylli

Two weeks might not sound like much when it comes to spending time with your newborn baby, but the Equality and Human Rights Commission has found that almost half of working fathers do not even take their entitlement when it … Continue reading

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How to calculate your baby’s age, by Monica Stylli

If you were to ask anyone how many weeks there are in a month they are more than likely to tell you that there’s four.  But this isn’t strictly true and can mean that calculating your baby’s age can be … Continue reading

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At what age should our kids start school? By Monica Stylli

Some parents may let out a sigh of relief when their little one reaches the age when they can be packed off to school for the day while others feel that the day comes far too soon. British children can … Continue reading

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Are nursery rhymes dying out? By Monica Stylli

Humpty Dumpty, Baa Baa Black Sheep and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – they’re all timeless classics that most of us enjoyed when we were growing up – but are they in danger of dying out in modern times? A recent … Continue reading

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Should overweight parents be monitored? By Monica Stylli

We’re constantly being told that the nation is getting more and more obese and that our children are getting fatter, but has the National Obesity Forum gone a step too far today? It has suggested that overweight parents risk passing … Continue reading

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The Evolution of FAB – 3 years of findababysitter.com

A piece of sound advice from Jason Calacanis (who has been a source of inspiration for years) goes like this: “If you are not embarrassed by the first version of your site then you spent too long building it” So … Continue reading

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New babies to live to 100? By Monica Stylli

Living to be 100 years-old is quite a feat, so much so that if you do actually manage it the Queen sends you a personal letter to congratulate you. Whoever is on the throne in a century’s time could have … Continue reading

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