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January Jones

January Jones

London, GB
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20Sep

Child beauty pageants are disgusting, creepy, exploitative and gross. Rather than see pageants specifically outlawed, I'd prefer to see laws against ...

20Sep

Im no expert but i think that Phonological awareness is understanding the organisation of sounds in language. Understanding a child's phonological ...

20Sep

What is phonological awareness?

16Sep

'Oh how I love that you've left paper, toys and books all over the kitchen and living room again today'

16Sep

I agree with all of the above having lived through my daughter's pink princess stage (now thankfully out grown). But I find what affects my kids more ...

16Sep

Without compare, Danny The Champion of the World. I loved Danny's father and I will never think of raisins in the same way!!!

13Sep

I’m all for online campaigning, it is a powerful thing, raising awareness of issues which may have profound impact on societies in ...

11Sep
What would you add to 'Said No Parent Ever'?

I hate bedtime.

09Sep

It all depends on what you mean by "satisfying", "career" and "attentive"! If by satisfying career you mean well-paid and high-flying, the chances ...

09Sep

I would suggest alertness medication. Caffeine, possibly even amphetamines should you know where to get them. Then work all night when the kids are ...

04Sep

I think the odd one is probably ok, but I wouldn't want my kids to have it as a main or regular drink. My 8 year old has just started to have the odd ...

04Sep

Sleep consultants are certified professionals in the area of pediatric sleep. As a sleep consultant myself, I have been certified by the Sleep Sense ...

04Sep

Should tweenagers avoid caffeine in drinks?

03Sep

One answer would be "other search engines are available", but yes, the reach of google is impressive even if your email is not actually GMAIL, many ...

03Sep

Ah, a discourse about morality! The new sociology of childhood (different departure to Developmental approaches) view children as active social ...

03Sep

Are there any interesting programs for foreign language learning over the internet?

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