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shopping trolley
By Mummy Weekly On Wednesday, July 19th, 2017

Quick, where can I hide the trolley?

I love grocery shopping. I take my time, click on a few Pokemon stops for my daughter as I shop, look for bargains so I can proudly show hubby to gain instant approval with the line “they were on sale,” More...

By Mummy Weekly On Tuesday, July 11th, 2017

MathsOnline – Your child’s clever tutor, and your new best friend.

This was crazy. I had to find a new maths program for the kids. The ones that school had so far provided as “their homework” was turning out far too often to be mine! Too much time was being spent going More...

re-usable yoghurt containers
By Mummy Weekly On Wednesday, February 8th, 2017

Save Money in the Lunchbox with My Squeeze Food Pouches

Not too long ago you would open my fridge to be met with a mountain of yoghurt squeezies taking up a huge amount of space. With three kids I would buy around 30 of these a week for their morning tea and lunch boxes. More...

getting rid of kids toys
By Mummy Weekly On Monday, August 29th, 2016

I Can’t Get Rid Of My Kids Toys! Hubby Loses Mancave to My Little Pony and Friends

Spring is chuck the junk time. I was reminded of this when I went into Aidan’s room, looked at the chaos, thought for a second “oh he doesn’t play with that anymore” and then lovingly placed it back into More...

types of sleep positions
By Mummy Weekly On Tuesday, April 26th, 2016

What Your Sleep Pattern Says About You

Do you sleep too little, fancy frequent naps or love to curl up for a solid night’s slumber in the foetal position? Well all these things mean something, according to experts. Here’s what your sleep More...

health insurance savings
By Mummy Weekly On Thursday, April 14th, 2016

The Rate Rise Cometh – tactics to save your hip pocket

For those of us who have a family, we can safely say people without children have no idea how much a family truly costs. Sometimes it feels like your wallet has an actual physical hole in it. But, without a doubt, More...

whistling in your pipes
By Mummy Weekly On Wednesday, March 16th, 2016

What should you do if your plumbing develops a whistle?

If the plumbing in your home has ever developed a whistle then you know how annoying it can be. What you should be aware of is that a whistling sound is not just really irritating; it can be a signal that there More...

sight words
By Mummy Weekly On Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016
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Coloured Sight Word Cards – advertisement of your child’s reading level or a helpful learning tool?

I have noticed that during my school readiness talks when we come to the subject of learning to read, those coloured sight word cards are a topic often received with moans and groans from parents in the audience. For More...

nutella oreo mousse
By Mummy Weekly On Wednesday, February 24th, 2016

Nutella Oreo Mousse – Simply the perfect chocolate marriage

Ingredients: 600mls thickened cream 750g jar of Nutella 6-8 full sized Oreo biscuits 1 packet of tiny Oreo biscuits Sprinkling of icing sugar   Method: Take 300mls of cream and mix it gently with all the Nutella. Then More...

Love Bug Cupcakes
By Mummy Weekly On Wednesday, February 10th, 2016

Love Bug Cupcakes

These Love Bug cupcakes will have anyone smiling, and the best part is they suit many an occasion. Valentines Day, Fairy parties, Baby Showers, Engagement parties (perhaps without the baby bug!) or cute lunchbox More...