Dads feel the pressure to bake ‘best in class’ birthday cakes for their kids

The popularity of cooking shows like the Great British Bake-Off has triggered a wave of birthday cake wars, between competitive parents, a study has found. A survey of 1,500 parents has found almost three quarters of mums and dads confess they always aim to make the ‘best in class’ birthday cake for their children.
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Mum Memory – 26 ‘little jobs’ on mum’s checklist every morning (Infographic)

The average busy mum’s morning regularly involves remembering 26 tasks – including  school dinner money, brushing the kids’ teeth and keeping medical appointments, research has revealed. A study found the typical mother also has to be on top of everything from organising drinks and snacks, to packing PE kit and ensuring homework is delivered on…

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First time mums make 16 doctors trips in baby’s first year

Nervy first-time mums make an average of 16 trips to the doctors in their child’s first year, research has shown. Research revealed millions of mums admit ‘panicking’ and taking baby to the doctors’ surgery during their first year, only be to be told they were suffering from minor ailments. The study revealed as many as…

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