Don’t be a ‘fool’ on April Fools’ Day

Tomorrow is the 1st April and here in the UK, that means April Fools' Day - a day where it's become tradition for people to play pranks on eachother. Alot of people don't bother. Some people go out of their way to out-do eachother. And most pranks are usually harmless (or don't even work as…

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Loss Through Little Eyes

As parents, our main aim is to protect our children. When they cry as newborns through those long nights, we go to them. When they scrape their knee and recoil at the sight of the red liquid on their skin, we're right there with a plaster. When they fall out with friends, we tell themĀ it…