Top Tips for an awesome Babymoon

According to the Collins English Dictionary, the phrase “Babymoon” was initially used in the mid-nineties to describe a bonding period between parents and baby immediately after a child’s birth.

Nowadays the phrase is mostly used to refer to a holiday or vacation that a couple who are expecting their first child take while they are waiting for that little bundle of joy / sleep steeler to arrive.

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4 Things I’ve Learned About The Second Trimester

It doesn’t seem like 5 minutes ago that I was writing about the first trimester. But here we are, the start of week 24, and heading towards the end of the second trimester (gulp!).

If only it took just a little longer to make a baby. If only there were just a few more “mesters” to get through. We could call them Quintmester or Sexmesters. Then maybe we’d have more time to figure sh*t out! Who wouldn’t enjoy a good old sexmester? Actually, I think I may have stumbled across a sexmester once when I was exploring the wonders of the world wide web back in 1996! But now’s not the time for that kind of confession!

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25 of the Best/Worst Dad Jokes

Once again, April fools day came and went with some, shall we say “interesting” attempts at humour.

A crime fighting bunny in West Yorkshire, a Chocolate flavoured mayonnaise from Heinz and new dark blue EU Passports were amongst this years carefully crafted pranks, hoping to catch us out.

In a world full of fake news and trolls fishing on social media, April Fools Day doesn’t quite deliver the way it used do.

Luckily, we will never be short of terrible Dad jokes to put a smile on our face.

So here are 25 examples of brilliant buffoonery to turn those post Bank Holiday frowns upside down.

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