panel discuss Summer holidays, competitive parenting and buying your
child’s first shoes
Show date: 8th July 2011 Show time: 13:30
I was very fortunate to be picked
as a panel member for episode two. Arriving in London I was of
course apprehensive of what to expect. I needn't have worried.
The ladies and Gents at the studio were fantastically friendly and
The other panel members were
immediately friendly and we all just chatted so freely so going into the
studio was really just an extension of the chatting which made me feel
Liz Speight was really brilliant.
She was able to take control and make sure everyone got heard - she has
great tv experience so was a pro.
The half hour live show just
whizzed by so quickly - the results can be seen above.
Our children may look
to them, but
for parents, Summer holidays require careful planning. Whether you want
to take the family abroad or
stay in the UK, figuring out how to keep
them entertained while not breaking the bank is not always easy.
Following on from the success of the first show which
covered the pressures of modern parenting, episode two
in the Mums Half Hour series will see the panel discuss and give their
top tips on what to do with your children during the holidays, from
charity farms to nature trails, to encouraging them to use their
imagination to create their own fun games.
It’s also important that you don’t burn out during the
holidays as well, so the mums will talk about how best to maximise your
own ‘mum time’. They’ll also look at how to steer clear of competitive
parenting and the best way to buy your child’s first shoes.
In this live and interactive webTV show, our panel will
also be taking your questions and thoughts so if you have something to
say, they want to hear it!
For another chance to win a year’s supply of Start-rite
shoes, log onto
and submit a question along with your contact details
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