(I must stress that I’m not being paid to say this and would NEVER recommend anything that I didn’t like). It’s soft in structure so is nice and comfy and enables you to carry your little one in three different positions: forward-facing, parent-facing, and on your back. Today is meant to be the happiest day of the year – let’s hope the babies have got wind of this and spend the day smiling, sleeping when they’re meant to and not licking shoes.
Most importantly, the forward facing position is ergonomically correct (they’ve put a lot of research into this) which means that your baby’s hips are kept in a healthy position. Anyway, I was so impressed that I asked if I could have another one to give away and they very kindly agreed. If you fancy getting your hands on a Pao Papoose (worth £89.99) just leave your name and a comment in the box at the bottom of this post and I’ll pick a winner at random next Wednesday.
In this short film Jon Ashworth discusses his support for #Fab Change Week and the frontline health and social care staff who are working to innovate and make a difference to care everyday.
He hopes they [...] Jon Ashworth, Labour's Shadow Health Secretary, recently mad a hard hitting speech on child health.
"It's great to be dubbed an inspiring person and I'm so grateful and humbled people think that.- [...]I'm probably not the only person who hadn't heard of the Patient Experience Library: Bringing patient experience into the light.The Patient Experience Library makes it easy for people to get a patient's-eye view of service quality.Edina and Patsy are still oozing glitz and glamor, living the high life they are accustomed to; shopping, drinking and clubbing their way around London's trendiest hot-spots.Blamed for a major incident at an uber fashionable launch party, they become entangled in a media storm and are relentlessly pursued by the paparazzi.all in a day’s work for students at schools in Long Eaton and Ilkeston. Yes, resilience, the art being taught locally of ‘being brilliant’.