Hello and welcome to the April issue. More..
We are so egg-cited to welcome you to the Easter issue, with loads of suggestions for egg-cellent family fun over the holidays. More..
If you’re a regular reader of this magazine then it’s probably safe to assume that you have children and therefore an interest in all topics relating to parenting. More..
Welcome to the first issue of 2013! More..
Welcome to our Christmas and New Year issue. This is such a busy time for mum and dad, there’s so much to do and organise!
In which we get excited about Santa, tackle bullying and ask whether 'wraparound' care is the future for our schools. More..
Halloween is coming and never mind about the goose getting fat! If someone doesn’t quickly make all the chocolate eyeballs and skull candy beads disappear from the ni4kids offices, we’ll all have to go up a size in our witches outfits. More..
Autumn has arrived and I, for one, am truly happy about it. Autumn is a lovely time of year and quite frankly in a way it’s a relief not to feel let down every morning that the sun isn’t shining. More..
I always think of August as being an in-between sort of month. If, like us, your family break - home or away - was in July, August means four weeks of arranging for someone else to look after and entertain the kids while you are at work. More..
I promised myself I would not mention the weather. It’s the summer issue editor’s letter, I will not write something obvious such as ‘who cares what the weather may bring this summer?’ I do. I care. More..
Welcome to the June issue of ni4kids. To celebrate father’s day this issue is dedicated to dads. More..
May is my favourite month of the year. Not only is it an important birthday month in our household, mine and my mum’s, but it is also the month of two bank holidays, our new summer and the start of festival season. More..
Just like the season, it’s all change here at Ni4kids and in this issue we have packed even more in than we thought possible. More..
This Feb/March issue is rather an in between time; these two months see a number of different celebrations; there’s Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Day on February 21, Mother’s Day on March 18 and St Patrick’s Day on March 17. More..
Happy 2012! If you’ve made any New Year’s resolutions, hopefully your commitment to them is still going strong and is towards a positive change for the better. More..
Liz Graham More..