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Sick of buying expensive kids clothes when they quickly grow out of them?!

                 Shop and Swap 4 Baby is the first online swap shop of its kind in Australia stocking quality brand name, new and gently worn children’s clothing and accessories at fantastic low prices. As we know, kids outgrow their clothes so quickly !!! So why not give other mum’s […]

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Post natal resources available for new mothers at The Smiling Mask

The Smiling Mask is a book addressing the truths about postpartum depression and parenthood and is supported by a fantastic website – www.thesmilingmask.com – that is accessible to women all around the world. The goal of the book is to shed light on the realities that many mothers and families face when their lives are […]

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mums@work – Are you a Mum planning to return to work?

mums@work offers simple and practical return-to-work guidance to all mums, regardless of your profession or the time you have spent away from the workforce. mums@work is Australia’s leading provider of return to work guidance who can help review your options and prepare for your return to work. There are many different Return To Work Toolkits […]

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Small Fry fun – simple fun ideas to keep kids occupied and out of your hair over the vacation period

Small Fry was developed by two Mums who both came from professional backgrounds and wanted to provide inspiration to make the daily tasks of motherhood a little more exciting for mothers and their children. They have published two books which are full of ideas on how to add value to the lives of parents, carers […]

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Do you know someone who is caring for a loved one with depression?

If you are currently supporting a loved one with depression, chances are you’re finding it incredibly difficult to know what to do to make a difference. Don’t despair, practical, doable easy to understand information is at hand at – www.despressioncarer.com. Whether you are caring for a spouse, child, parent, sibling, or friend, if you are […]

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Helping you find the best child care – CareforKids

  Finding child care can be a daunting and time-consuming process. With thousands of options, how do you select the best child care near you? CareforKids.com.au brings together all the pieces of the puzzle to make it faster and simpler for families to match children with the right care. Simply type in your postcode and CareforKids.com.au […]

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