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Uh Oh Mom Has That Look

  • Hardback
  • £P.O.R.

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  • ISBN: 9781840723137
  • Publication date: 25 Feb 2002
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  • Imprint: Spruce
Spruce

The Little Book of Mumfulness

Sarah Ford
Authors:
Sarah Ford

In The Little Book of Mumfulness, a non-expert mum takes you through the non-perfect guide to getting through motherhood without losing your mind from exhaustion. If you have:1) Not eaten in well over twelve hours;2) Run out of nappies;3) Got a house that is beginning to look like it's been burgled......then this book is for you.Advice includes:- How to take time throughout the day to restore your equilibrium (like having a long, loud scream in a closet)- How to shortcut child-related tasks (by avoiding them altogether)- How to let off steam through mumful exercisesIt also includes the news that IT'S NOT JUST YOU who is struggling with the demands of being the 'perfect' mother, and if you need a long swig of prosecco (or any wine from the fridge, or the cupboard for that matter) at the end of a day of parenting, then that is more than a-ok. Most importantly, this book will help you to remember that being a good mum is about finding your own mumfulness amongst the imperfect chaos.

Ilex Press

Even More Star Wars Crochet Pack

Lucy Collin
Authors:
Lucy Collin

Brandish your crochet hook and create even more of your favourite Star Wars characters! This starter kit includes everything you need to make BB-8 and a Jawa, plus tutorials for ten more characters. Your collection can soon include Obi-Wan Kenobi, Lando Calrissian, Rey, Finn, and many other favourites from a galaxy far, far away. The kit includes a crochet hook, all the yarn you need to make the droid BB-8 and an alien Jawa, stuffing, eyes, a crochet hook and a tapestry needle. As well as a book that guides you step-by-step through each of the projects with easy instructions and clear photos so that even crochet novices can learn.

Aster

Walking in the Rain

Getting lost and feeling found...'I only went out for a walk and finally concluded to stay out till sundown, for going out, I found, was really going in.' - John Muir, John of the MountainsWalking is medicine for the mind. It helps us slow down and think things through. It also helps us perk up and generate new ideas. There are few activities as readily available and revitalizing as a brisk walk, or as soothing and stimulating as a long walk. Wonderful things can happen when we set out on two feet.Within these pages, you will find stories from artists, designers, writers, psychologists and speakers who are inspired by the effect of pacing outdoors. You will hear of walks in the city, hikes through woods at dawn and epic adventures involving long journeys on foot. No matter the scale of the tale, the writer offers lessons they learned of a simple, human nature that we can all understand.In each chapter you will discover suggestions and ideas about how to create simple daily habits from the writer's thinking. In a world where so much of the noise around us suggests we are not good enough as we are, and that we must seek to change, these accounts try to do something different. They aim instead to invite a stroll into the complex pathways of the mind to discover the beauty of our own quirky individuality.

Aster

Washing up is Good for you

When you let yourself focus on any activity, however mundane, when you feel the warm water running over your hands and each dish as you make it clean, your mind begins to settle and stress levels come down. You are in the moment. Everything is as it should be. In the morning when you make your bed, you set the tone for the day. In the evening as you chop vegetables you create a rhythm. And as you clear clutter from the surfaces of your home, so you create space in your mind. When we open ourselves up to seeing it, suddenly there is beauty everywhere in our daily lives.One of the Fives Ways to Wellbeing identified by the New Economics Foundation, and utilised by the major mental health charity Mind, is simply 'taking notice'. Reminding ourselves to take notice broadens our awareness of ourselves and our surroundings. And studies have shown that being aware of what is taking place in the present directly enhances our sense of wellness. It promotes appreciation and making the most of everything that we have.Tend your mind, tend your world.dept.store for the mind is the exciting new creative venture by Sophie Howarth, co-founder of the School of Life. The Department Store for the Mind is a place to explore the world inside your head: a vast and unique terrain of thoughts, ideas, emotions and memories. Discover more at www.deptstoreforthemind.com(p) 2017 Octopus Publishing Group

Gaia

The Little Book of Tidying

Beth Penn
Authors:
Beth Penn
Gaia

The Little Book of Inner Peace

Ashley Davis Bush
Authors:
Ashley Davis Bush

This stunning, colour-illustrated guide includes practices to help you let go of everyday stresses and find inner peace. With practical tools, strategies and exercises harnessing the benefits of mindfulness, meditation, gratitude, creativity, relaxation and compassion, this book will guide you towards your own inner peace and help you to find harmony with those around you: family, friends, your community and the world.CONTENTSIntroduction1. Grounded and Rooted2. Relaxation3. Equinamity4. Acceptance5. Gratitude6. Compassion7. Beyond YourselfToward World Peace

Ilex Press

Star Wars Crochet Pack

Lucy Collin
Authors:
Lucy Collin
Ilex Press

Real Life Family Photography

Amy Drucker
Authors:
Amy Drucker

Go beyond the birthday snapshot and learn how to take inspired and unposed family photographs that capture the ages and stages of family life. Real Life Family Photography puts an end to awkward family photos, encouraging you to take inspiration from the every day details, while offering tips on fundamental techniques such as exposure, composition, lighting and focus. There's even advice on how to photograph babies and pets, giving you the knowledge and freedom you need to take unique, frame-worthy pictures.

Gaia

The Little Book of Gratitude

Dr Robert A Emmons PhD
Authors:
Dr Robert A Emmons PhD
Cassell

Think Dog

John Fisher
Authors:
John Fisher

In the 1980s and 1990s John Fisher revolutionised dog training, first in England, then in the US. With his self-deprecating manner and 'Oh! So British' sense of humour, he taught us to 'Think Dog'. In this seminal pet psychology book, he examines the mind of the dog with examples taken from his practical experience, explaining to owners how the world appears from a dog's point of view. The first section of the book traces the ancestry and inherent behaviour of dogs, from their origins as pack animals related to the wolf or the jackal. The second part examines what most people describe as problem behaviour, which is just normal canine behaviour exhibited in the wrong place. The book concludes with an A-Z of common problems, their causes and cures.

Hamlyn

Teach Your Child to Sleep

Millpond Sleep Clinic
Authors:
Millpond Sleep Clinic

The highly-acclaimed Millpond Children's Sleep Clinic has a 97 per cent success rate in resolving children's sleep problems. Discover how to get your baby or child to settle easily and sleep through the night with step-by-step advice that gets right to the heart of the problem. From your child needing a feed in the night to night-waking, this book covers a range of situations, using gentle and persuasive methods. Adapt the programme to your circumstances and see good results in 2-3 weeks.

Hamlyn

A Dad's Guide to Babycare

Colin Cooper
Authors:
Colin Cooper
Spruce

The Alternative Guide To Baby Names

Cara Frost-Sharratt
Authors:
Cara Frost-Sharratt

Guarantee your kid stands out from the crowd with this vast selection of hip, edgy and occasionally outrageous baby names. The Alternative Guide to Baby Names goes beyond the pedestrian suggestions of the traditional baby name book, featuring boys' names like Draven, Legion, Skylar and Snake, and quirky girls' names such as Harper, Nori, Eyre and Effie. Taking inspiration from celebrities, fictional characters, the music industry and place names, this book will provide you with hundreds of ideas and hours of fun.

Hamlyn

Potty Training

Dr Jane Gilbert, Jane Gilbert
Authors:
Dr Jane Gilbert, Jane Gilbert
Mitchell Beazley

Yummy Baby

Jane Clarke
Authors:
Jane Clarke

Yummy Baby! takes parents through all the stages of early life, from milk through weaning to feeding a toddler. Along the way it addresses parents' key concerns, including allergies, organic, E numbers, sugar and salt. Jane cuts through the myths by revealing what you do need to worry about and stressing what you don't. Yummy Baby! comprises chapters on milk, the nutritional principles of weaning, practical information on how to wean and solving everyday problems and illnesses with food. Jane includes 60 recipes for dishes that can be eaten as part of an adult meal as well as by babies and toddlers. And she shows parents how to cure everyday problems such as coughs and colds, an upset tummy or constipation, with food, making this the only food book that parents of babies and toddlers need!

Hamlyn

Bring Out the Genius in Your Child

Ken Adams
Authors:
Ken Adams
Hamlyn

Baby Milestones

Carol Cooper
Authors:
Carol Cooper
Spruce

Dads Make The Best Friends

Spruce

Best Loved Baby Names & Their Mean

Spruce

What's Dad Thinkin'?