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Chilling with Lucas blog is a family lifestyle blog with family-friendly content, family-friendly reviews and family-friendly lifestyle tips. Tips for money management when you’re a stay at home parent. Managing money can be tricky for stay at home parents. For fun family things to do at home there is a list of fun family films for family film night inspiration. Family life insurance is an important decision for family members to make and finding the right family life insurance can be easy for parents on a budget. Spiritual family practices can include the benefits of crystal healing with children. You might be considering trying crystal healing with your children and crystal healing with your family. Encouraging children to learn a musical instrument can be a fun part of a child’s education and how to improve your child’s handwriting. There are plenty of free homeschooling resources to help with home education and free stories for children. One thing all parents need to do with children is to discuss the importance of online safety and how to discuss internet safety with your children, especially when using the internet to home educate your child. Advice on learning at home with your children and tips on crisis schooling children. Learning and reading with Usborne books and becoming an Usborne books representative. If you are currently pregnant in isolation or having a baby in isolation you might be feeling a bit anxious so how to cope with pregnancy in isolation. For fun family activities why playing outside is so important for children and top things to consider when buying your first family car for family day trips. For family health and taking care of older relatives, there are health tips to avoid age-related illnesses. Chilling with Lucas family lifestyle blog with family-friendly reviews, advice and home education resources.

Break The Barriers For Elderly People

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  Bathing Solutions* are currently running a #BreakingBarriers campaign to break the barriers for elderly people. For one of the first times in history we are about to see the number of our senior generation surpass that of the youth, with those 65 and up making up 15.6% of the global population by 2050. Advances in […] Read more…

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Family Film Days

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  Summer was nice while it lasted wasn’t it? Now the weather has made a miserable turn I’ve been thinking about what films I want to watch with Lucas. There’s no way he would sit through one now but I must admit that I am looking forward to when he will curl up on the […] Read more…

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#FathersDayTips

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D loved writing his blog about arthritis so much that he is back again with his tips for Father’s Day x   Well my second Father’s Day is fast approaching. I am really excited as this year my little boy Lucas is walking and is starting to put a few words together. Our plan for the […] Read more…

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First Aid For Babies

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Since finding out I was pregnant, I have been meaning to go on a baby first aid course. With one thing or another I have never got round to it but St. John Ambulance have some great free resources on their website showing various first aid methods for different ailments as well as for different age groups. […] Read more…

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Essentials For The First Months Of Breastfeeding

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Essentials For The First Months Of Breastfeeding

  As I am thinking of stopping breastfeeding, I have been thinking of the essentials for the first months of breastfeeding, the items I couldn’t have done without for the first few months x The Breastfeeding Butterfly from Faye & Lou is great, especially when I wasn’t as confident. It is perfect for covering me up as […] Read more…

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Falling Out Of Love With Breastfeeding

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Falling Out Of Love With Breastfeeding. Breastfeeding a 13 month old baby

This past couple of weeks I feel like I have been questioning myself a lot, about whether to return to work and when should I stop breastfeeding I had decided that once I returned to work, breastfeeding would gradually stop. I know legally work would have had to let me have time to express milk if I wanted […] Read more…

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Deciding Whether To Return To Work

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Deciding whether to work or stay at home

This past week I have been seriously lacking motivation with blogging. I write my posts when I go to bed as I don’t like spending the day on my iPad when it is just Lucas and I. When it has come to bed time, I’ve been too tired or just couldn’t be bothered going on […] Read more…

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Don’t Be So Quick To Judge

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A 4 year old girl sat in her pram holding a pink bunny teddy.Autism and pica awareness

Yesterday I saw an open letter that a lady had written to some people she had been judged by whilst out shopping with her daughter. In my working life I support people with learning disabilities including autism and pica and her words rang very true to me. Thank you Sammi for letting me share. Sammi […] Read more…

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Gentle Parenting

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If you have read some of my parenting rants such as Is he a good baby? and Sleep training, you will know that I am not one for believing in tough love and wanted to share Eve’s post from Freddie and I x I’m passionate about children being set boundaries without being scared that if they mess up they will […] Read more…

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