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Mother & Baby - - CONTENTS - Char­lene Flana­gan Ex­ec­u­tive Ed­i­tor c.flana­gan@nextgen­pub­lish­ing.net

From us to you

Dear read­ers, The fes­tive sea­son is upon and we be­gin with the fes­ti­val of lights! There’s a cer­tain ex­cite­ment that’s fill­ing the air, and no mat­ter how you look at it, a sense of fun has been ush­ered in. What bet­ter time than now to plan that much-needed get­away for some qual­ity time with your loved ones? When it comes to an ad­ven­ture, you’ll be spoilt for choice.

Of course, the Di­wali break isn’t the only ex­cit­ing thing to look for­ward to. Hal­loween is around the cor­ner and that means plenty of spooks and candy to go around. We have a DIY that’s guar­an­teed to make this hol­i­day fun for both, you and your kids. But while Hal­loween does mean in­dulging in those sweet treats, make sure you get a bal­anced diet, par­tic­u­larly if you’re an ex­pec­tant mum. Ad­di­tion­ally, we have an ar­ti­cle that will help you give your kids that much-needed dose of nour­ish­ment in the form of veg­gies.

Now, we know that Di­wali does mean a break from school and home­work for a few days, but we be­lieve that learn­ing is an ev­ery­day af­fair. Per­haps, these sim­ple tricks can help you keep your child learn­ing, with­out him know­ing it, and maybe even en­joy the sub­ject of math in the process.

And as al­ways, we have a whole lot packed into this is­sue. From ex­pert ad­vice ad­dress­ing all your queries, to the lat­est in healthy treats, beauty needs and baby care of­fer­ings that have hit stores, we sure hope you can make the most of our Oc­to­ber spe­cial.

And on that note, I wish you a very Happy Di­wali!

Cheers!

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