By Health Visitor Julia Headland The UK Government has revised its advice on the safety of eggs for vulnerable groups such as pregnant women, infants and young children, confirming that they are safe to eat ‘runny’ or even raw eggs, provided that they are British Lion...read more
By UK Family & Lifestyle Blogger To Become Mum Sending your child off to nursery can be quite daunting the first time around and I fully admit to sobbing as I left Ethan on his first day - but I needn't have worried as he settled in quickly and had such a lovely...read more
By Registered Health Visitor, Julia Headland Head lice, or ‘nits’ as it’s commonly known, is something that many parents of children will have to deal with at some point in their lives as it is very common and affects about one child in five. There are still quite a...read more
The Baby Show Birmingham is a three-day event taking place from 17-19 May 2019 at the NEC, Birmingham. This is a unique family-friendly event for parents-to-be, new parents, grandparents, babies and toddlers! We will be on stand B61 with lot’s of goodies to give away!...read more
At Norfolk House Nursery we want children to enjoy healthy food from an early age so we've removed refined sugar from all our menus! Clinical Nutritionist, Sarah Hanratty from Brain Food and Nutrition Clinic says: "Norfolk House Nursery have made bold moves in...read more
From top down the staff are welcoming and care about the children as individuals. The manager is always available if I have any questions and queries are dealt with swiftly. The nursery building is lovely, providing a light and airy environment with a fabulous garden. My son thoroughly enjoys his time at nursery and I can see his progress. It is hard to believe the nursery has only been open two years-in that time I have seen it flourish.