Farmer’s wife & mummy

farmers wife and mummy

I think most mothers worry about germs. I definitely did with Boo and all I really had to worry about then  was the dog sniffing her dummy.

Now, not only could the dog lick Baby G but his big sister tends to pass me his bottles and dummies by the teat and we live on the farm where germs are lurking everywhere.

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The Newhouse Family

the newhouse family

 

We are taking our first holiday with our new born soon, and we are all very excited! But, what essentials do our new family of 5 need to take with us? Last year we took a trip to Clacton-On-Sea with the girls, and in November Jay and myself took a 1 night break to celebrate our anniversary in Scarborough, but it is a new experience for us taking another tiny human away with us. This break will be for 5 days in the idyllic Cornish town of St Agnes. So many things to pack, and remember. Its a good job that we have a car with big boot space!

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Shermans Travel

shermans travel

Every single time I board a plane for a long-haul flight, I know I will catch a cold on board. It happens pretty much without fail. And no amount of Vitamin C, echinacea, or hand sanitizer seems to do the trick. In some cases, the runny nose, headache, and sore throat start before I have even disembarked at my destination.

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Yahoo Travel

Yahoo Travel

Every single time I board a plane for a long-haul flight, I know I will catch a cold on board. It happens pretty much without fail. And no amount of Vitamin C, echinacea, or hand sanitiser seems to do the trick.

In some cases, the runny nose, headache, and sore throat start before I have even disembarked at my destination.

Now I know why.

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MSN

msn

As if flying wasn’t stressful enough, a study into hygiene and cleaning standards on planes has unearthed some pretty grizzly facts.

In what is essentially a hygiene horror story, a study has shown that suitcases come into contact with up to 80 million bacteria before they reach your hotel room.

Meanwhile, an airline attendant has revealed that people have used plane tray tables – you know, the ones you eat your mid-flight meal off – for changing baby’s nappies and cutting their finger nails.

And, the attendant reveals, these trays often aren’t cleaned properly between flights.

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