Blog » Month: January 2019

The Motherkind Cafe

I wish The Motherkind Café had existed when I had my first child in 2015. I found labour and the postnatal period extremely tough and I desperately wanted to talk to other mums going through the same thing. Enter The Motherkind Café, which had its first session this month and is a free weekly group…

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Fairytale Farm

Fairytale Farm, near Chipping Norton, is the first attraction in the UK that aims to cater equally to children with and without disabilities. It’s the creation of couple Nick and Nicola Laister who were inspired by outings with their children (the oldest of whom has cerebral palsy), after noticing that at many places children with…

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Mumbler Explores the Fairy Doors of Kidlington

The Fairy Doors of Kidlington trail has been on my to-do list for a while. For anyone new to the magical world of fairy doors, as I was until this weekend, they are tiny little doors that people have made or bought, decorated, and placed on a tree. They are extremely cute and kids LOVE…

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Introducing Oxford Mumbler Nippers and Slippers

I was really keen to start a Mumbler playgroup of some kind as it’s such a lovely and important thing to have places to go to meet other parents, be part of a community and to get out of the house! I then saw the Channel 4 programme about the nursery in an old people’s home…

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7 Top Tips to Get You Moving

It’s January, Christmas is over and your inbox is full of ‘loose weight’ and ‘get fit’, and those ‘quick fix’ plans are everywhere. Well, we buck the trends in the fitness industry, we don’t mind if you over indulged, drank a bit more than you should and forgot about all those healthy eating tips –…

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