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This year marks a whole decade of Mums & Tots magazine! To all our wonderful readers - thank you for your input and being part of our community, without you it wouldn’t be possible. As March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day, we have a very special story from Molly’s mum Rhona Cullinan on page 16, ’Nothin Down, Only Up!’. She tells us, ‘a child with down syndrome has the same feelings and wants as every other child. They have the same emotions but are generally very good natured but don’t think they can't throw a wobbler when they want.’. For more information about Down Syndrome, turn to page 19, with Down Syndrome Ireland. When my first was born, I wished I had been more informed on what to expect - not from my newborn, but informed about how my body would feel physically and mentally in the days and weeks after child birth. Postnatal Doulas, Ceara McManus & Eleanor Farrell of Doula to You, page 34-35, talk to us about what to expect from your body after giving birth; from hormonal changes, after pains, bruising and that terrifying first poo! As adults, we have mastered the art of speech and communication, but it has taken years of practice to learn and understand. Similarly, for children this is a life skill that they begin to learn from the day that they are born. Director at Giraffe Childcare, Dearbhala Cox-Giffin, gives us her tips on encouraging your child in every step of their speech and language acquisition, page 58. When it comes to reading and writing, if you suspect there me be a learning difficulty, check out our checklist from Dyslexia Ireland, page 57. Make sure to enter all our great giveaways. We have; a family break at The Kingsley Hotel, a Maxi-Cosi Coral car seat, a hamper from Bio-Oil and €150 voucher for Cheeky Rascals. Enjoy the read x

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