Transform any little one’s bedroom into a tranquil, calming space with an enchanting Aloka SleepyLight. Supporting the all-important bedtime routine, the handy remote control enables children to choose from their favourite soft hues to instantly create a relaxing atmosphere as they drift off into a peaceful slumber. Thanks toRead More →

In 2018 Dromore mum-of-two, Lynn Campbell, decided to leave behind the daily 9 to 5 grind and long journeys to work, to instead travel a new path towards her true life ambitions for both her career and her children. Lynn is Mum to Mya (10) and Cara (5). Interview byRead More →

Natasha Geary writes on an age-old but important life lesson for kids. Never give up! I wish failure was taught in school. It should be because it’s the flip side to success; you don’t get one without the other. Our children aren’t taught that the road to success is potholed with painfulRead More →

In the run up to the festive season Family law specialist at MTB Solicitors, Belfast, Enda Lavery reminds us that “A dog is for life, not just for Christmas”. With 5,000 stray dogs picked up by councils in Northern Ireland last year and 300 dogs regrettably put down, you should know theRead More →

Light up Christmas this year with the gift of travel and adventure. P&O Ferries is offering families the gift of travel this festive season with a massive 20% off all travel between Larne and Cairnryan until December 19, 2019. So, whether you are planning a romantic break, a summer familyRead More →

By Kerry Thomson My throat is scratchy, I have almost lost my voice – every bone in my skull aches and even my teeth hurt. I have sore feet. I have had three hours sleep since Friday. Flu? No…but I am ‘dosed’, as we say in Norn Iron. But IRead More →

George Burns apparently said: “Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family…in another city.” It’s the holiday season which is supposed to mean goodwill to everyone, a time to be jolly and enjoy all the other wonderful Christmassy shenanigans that go on. But what about the other side ofRead More →

The Grand Opera House’s festive show has entertained generations of families with over 75,000 people attending the Theatre’s panto each year. A huge part of the tradition, the iconic May McFettridge will grace the stage once again for an incredible 29th year in pantomime as Dame May Trot in Jack andRead More →

The elves are super busy up at the North Pole making all those toys for Santa to deliver around the world on Christmas eve, but have the kids got in touch yet to tell him what’s on their wish list and how can they be sure he really knows whatRead More →

Sphero BOLT Having your very own robot is now no longer a space-age dream and both kids, parents and IT teachers, will fall in love with this tiny ball of fun. It not only has lots of impressive talents and tricks for playtime, easily keeping young minds enthralled and entertained,Read More →