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How to Ensure Your Kids’ Sleep Quality isn’t Affected By a Change in Routine

Posted on 18/04/2020 by Room to Grow
Health, Safety, Sleep

Whilst routines are changing for many parents as schools close, it is important to keep days and nights as structured as possible in order to stay motivated and ensure a good night’s sleep for both parent and child. In addition to sticking to a structure, other things which can help maintain sleep quality include creating […]

How to Explain Covid-19 to Your Children

Posted on 16/04/2020 by Room to Grow
Health, Learning, Parent Health, Safety

How you explain Covid-19 to your children will depend largely on their age and level of understanding; some may already know and understand more than others, some may be rather concerned and need reassurance more than anything and some may be entirely unaware. The key to explaining this difficult situation is to be open, understanding, […]

Room to Grow explore what sleepwalking is and why it happens.

Sleepwalking: What is it and why does it happen?

Posted on 28/05/2019 by Room to Grow
Room to Grow, Safety, Sleep

According to the National Sleep Foundation, 1% of pre-school aged children and 2% of school-aged children walk in their sleep at least a few nights per week. As it is something that is more common amongst children it is important that parents have some knowledge around sleepwalking and the reasons behind it. There is often […]

Ultimate Guide to Children’s Beds

Ultimate Guide to Children’s Beds

Posted on 12/10/2018 by Anne Davies
Learning, Room to Grow, Safety

We understand that the world of kids beds can be a complicated one, from bunk beds to cabin beds, high sleeper to day beds….how do you know which you need, and which one is right for your child?  For this very reason, we’ve created an ultimate bed ‘Whose Who’ guide, to help you understand the […]

Children’s Chairs: What You Should Consider Before Purchasing

Children’s Chairs: What You Should Consider Before Purchasing

Posted on 07/07/2018 by Room to Grow
Decoration, Room to Grow, Safety

From dinner time to craft time and everything in between, our little ones can spend a lot of time sitting down! Which means that, when it comes to buying children’s chairs, there are a whole host of important factors to take into consideration. If you’re currently shopping around for a new chair, here are a […]

Baby proof your home

Child Safety Week – How to Ensure Your Home is Baby Proof

Posted on 06/06/2018 by Room to Grow
Room to Grow, Safety

Every year from June 4th to 10th, the Child Accident Prevention Trust runs Child Safety Week – a week dedicated to raising awareness of common child accidents and how you can stop them from happening. This year, we want to look at baby-proofing our homes and how we can make sure houses are as safe […]

Bullied

How To Help Your Child Deal With Bullies

Posted on 07/09/2017 by Room to Grow
Learning, Room to Grow, Safety

Transforming a child’s bedroom into a safe haven for them to play and grow is a rewarding experience for parents. But what happens when the little ones go to school and face dangers that parents cannot prevent? The reality for our children is that they will likely be bullied at some point in their life, whether it […]

The Importance of Safe Furniture

TESTED: The importance of child furniture safety

Posted on 07/04/2017 by Room to Grow
In The News, Room to Grow, Safety

At Room to Grow we know the importance of safety when it comes to children’s furniture. However, we also understand that it’s something that may not automatically be the first thought for parents when they’re in the middle of the hustle and bustle of preparing for a new arrival. This topic has particularly come into […]

Your Child’s First Plane Journey

Your Child’s First Plane Journey

Posted on 26/07/2013 by Room to Grow
Parent Health, Room to Grow, Safety

You finally booked your family holiday, now you just need to get there. You may be nervous about flying with your children for the first time, but it can be a fun experience for all of you with a little planning ahead of time. Babies are relatively easy and will sleep much of the way and older children can entertain themselves with in-flight movies and games on the tablet. Younger children can be more difficult to fly with, but these tips will help you get to your holiday without a hitch.

Changing Tables – Are they necessary?

Changing Tables – Are they necessary?

Posted on 24/07/2013 by Room to Grow
Parent Health, Room to Grow, Safety

We all know that having a baby is a pretty expensive undertaking, especially when it’s the first baby in the family and you have no hand-me downs and need to get everything brand new. Of course, friends and family usually want to chip in and buy a present for your new addition to the family and most will ask you what you need, rather than rush out and buy what they like. However, if this is your first baby, chances are that you won’t know what you need. All families are different and live different lifestyles, meaning that what you need for your baby will depend on your lifestyle. We’re taking a look today at whether changing tables are necessary or whether you can make do without one.

Changing Child Care Trends and how they Affect your Children

Changing Childcare Trends and How They Affect your Children

Posted on 28/06/2013 by Anne Davies
Parent Health, Room to Grow, Safety

It can definitely be said that childcare is evolving and that the changes being made are definitely for the best. If you’re the parent of young children and you’re searching for answers this blog will help you. We’re going to talk about some of the latest childcare trends and give you a little bit of advice that will hopefully guide you in your decision. The simple fact is, there are few choices that you will make for your young child that are more important than this one.

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