children: November 2012 Archives

275x250.jpg Parents with young babies often complain that because of their constant changing of dirty nappies and sleepless nights, they don't get enough time to do things like clean the house… well step forward the baby mop.

The baby map is an ingenious way of keeping your floors clean. It's a baby outfit with mop attachments on the arms and legs, so that as a baby crawls, it cleans where-ever it goes.

Makers say the $40 baby mop will teach your baby a strong work ethic early on in their life, encourage them not to drop food and give them a workout, causing them to sleep better.

It's also claimed the baby mop - which is available in sizes from 3 to 12 months -  will save you money on house cleaning costs and free you up to do things you enjoy.

275x250.jpg Chances are that you saw some good Halloween costumes this year, but did you see any as good as this baby who was dressed as Marty McFly from Back to the Future? Didn't think so.

Explaining the Cooper’s costume online, mother Cory Newton-Smith said: "It all started with a red puffy vest Cooper already had and a side comment from my husband about Marty McFly in late September.

"I’ve always loved Back to the Future, and love cars since I was little and grew up going to car shows with my Dad; what better way to tote my 1 year old son around on Halloween than in a transformed $25 Step2 push car.

"So, I spent a few weekends and nights in October recreating the iconic DeLorean with cardboard, tape, paint, and a little help with some EL lighting from my husband, Jeremy. The perfect costume for Cooper’s first Halloween!"

275x250.jpg Children out trick-or-treating in Manchester got more than a few sweets on Halloween, some were given packets of cocaine!

Greater Manchester Police say they were called to reports of trick-or-treaters in Royton being given packets of white powder amongst their sweets.

It was soon confirmed that the snap bags contained cocaine, not a sweet, and a 33-year-old man from Royton was charged with possession of class A drugs

Superintendent Catherine Hankinson said: “The parents and police acted quickly when this report was made, in the interests of public safety."




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