We'll be offering discounts, a special prize and exclusive Expo offers.
Dawson and Sharon will be at the Expo in August - drop by and say hi. We will be at stand E06.
This is a great chance to get to know us and better find out how we might be able to support you or your family.
Im not a big Royal follower but when a new baby arrives I think we all naturally pay a bit of attention.
Didn't Kate look so normal - happy but tired - displaying her post-baby bump which makes us all feel a whole lot more normal.
They both made sweet comments about the baby showing their obvious attachment and curiosity with the new member of their family. William spoke of wanting to get to know his son and has taken a couple of weeks off duty. Kate is also drawing close to her parents for that extra support - I think there are a few telltale signs that things are looking good for the little Prince.
Early or late introduction of solids may be linked to diabetes.
There a fair bit of discussion around the ideal time to introduce solid foods to a baby. Six months is often flagged as the approximate time to start the process, sometimes adjusted according to the babies interest, appetite, family history of allergies and cultural background. But what are the implications of an earlier or later introduction?
This is not too surprising – just talk to some Dads and you’ll find they really value their kids and family.
(recent US study by by Associated Press-WE TV)
Also in the story I note that “Dads were more likely than moms in the poll to say they saw positive effects from fatherhood on their love life and career”
But there is even more interesting research that I am fascinated by…