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woodland landscape with bluebells

Woodland landscape (with bluebells!)

Woodland landscape (with bluebells!) “That picture could go an Easter card.” So said Mrs Adams when she looked over my shoulder as I was editing this image of a typical spring, woodland landscape.

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Book reviews

Review and giveaway: The Camping Life

The world is split between two sorts of people: Those who enjoy camping and those who don’t. The Camping Life was written with the aim of inspiring those who don’t enjoy camping to try sleeping under canvass.

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Dadbloguk Q&A

Why it’s important to Let Toys be Toys

Something I never really noticed before becoming a parent was how heavily gendered toys can be. The impact of this on the way children play and develop is clear for all to see. Not too long after I became a dad and started blogging, I became aware of the Let Toys Be Toys campaign.

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Family technology

The new Clubhouse app: What parents need to know

Clubhouse is a relatively new social media app that is increasing in popularity. Unlike many other social media channels, Clubhouse is audio-only and is presently only available on iOS devices. As a new social media app, parents need to know about it. In the article below, Ghislaine Bombusa outlines what parents need to know about

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Family Life & parenting

Recipes through your letterbox with SimplyCook #AD

During a year of lockdowns, recipe subscription services seem to have boomed in popularity. I’ve noticed more people signing up to them and receiving deliveries. I’m familiar with many of the popular services, but SimplyCook was new to me. Mrs Adams and I have tried the service out and has one very appealing selling point.

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