• Hello Summer!

    Summer is officially here! Seriously though I feel I’ve blinked and half the year has gone already how did that even happen?! Those warm summer nights will soon be creeping in making it really hard for us to get a proper night’s sleep but what if you are pregnant throughout the height of summer? Not
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  • Holiday Prep Stress Free

    With holiday season right around the corner we know just how manic going on holiday with a Little one can be, there’s a lot to remember you need to take with you, gone are the days when you just packed for yourself and brought sun cream, whether you are going abroad, at home or just
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  • Father’s Day

    It’s coming to that time of year again where we dedicate one day celebrating our dads that is formally known as father’s day. Here at Junior Joy HQ we wanted to do something slightly different this year. Instead of buying a card or a gift this father’s day why not make one instead,  if you
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  • How to Raise Resilient, Resourceful and Can-Do Children

    It’s a well-known fact that parenting is one of the most challenging jobs, which starts the moment we become parents. Raising a child has always been difficult, despite the fact that societies have been constantly developing. All those benefits and breakthroughs that have been made in order to help us have easier lives have also
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  • Awesome First Birthday Outdoor Party Ideas

    First of all, congratulations for successfully making through your little one’s first year. It probably feels like you brought home a newborn yesterday, and now you are planning their first birthday party. Since baby’s first birthday is once in a lifetime event, logically, you have to make it special. Here are some ideas that can
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  • What Is PPD and How to Cope with It

    For most women, bringing their new baby home is the beginning of one of the happiest periods of their lives. For some women, though, it is the start of a very difficult period that is often met with misunderstanding and judgement. Postpartum depression is frequently misdiagnosed due to all the expected hormonal changes. However, it
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  • An Age-by-age Parents’ Guide to Toys for Young Children

    Although the first months of our babies’ lives are marked mostly by sleepless nights, overcoming difficulties and a lot of adjustments, they remain precious to us. As they grow, take their first steps and learn about the world, we learn and grow with them. Trying to provide for them the best we can, we sift
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  • Childproofing the Bathroom: The Ultimate Guide

    Bathrooms and children are often a recipe for a disaster. Children not only have the ability to create a mess almost instantly (especially when there’s a lot of water around), but their recklessness can be quite dangerous in the bathroom. However, don’t worry; bathrooms are not some death-traps that target kids! With only a few
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