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Granny State: What's lurking at the bottom of the baby bag? – Telegraph.co.uk


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Granny State: What’s lurking at the bottom of the baby bag?
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“It’s all here,” says my daughter, pointing out the large floral designer changing bag which appears de rigueur among her set. “Please don’t do your usual trick, will you?” We both know what she means. On day one of my working granny life, I was

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Safa president Danny Jordaan finally wins a place on Caf's top table – SowetanLIVE


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Safa president Danny Jordaan finally wins a place on Caf’s top table
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South African Football Association (Safa) president Danny Jordaan’s bid to win a seat on the all-powerful Confederation of African Football’s (Caf) executive committee has finally succeeded after years of trying. Jordaan won by 35 votes while his rival

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​12 Things Every Mom Does When She's Bored at Home With a New Baby – Cosmopolitan.com


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​12 Things Every Mom Does When She’s Bored at Home With a New Baby
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Take the baby out of the bouncy chair. Put the baby on the activity mat. Take the baby off the activity mat. Now repeat this 72 more times throughout the day. Bonus points if you don’t throw out your back. 3. Pack up the diaper bag, strap the baby in

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Granny State: What's lurking at the bottom of the baby bag? – Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk
Granny State: What’s lurking at the bottom of the baby bag?
Telegraph.co.uk
On day one of my working granny life, I was presented with baby, pram and a bag which – at a guess – wouldn’t get through as a budget airline carry on. Out of the three, it was the bag which freaked me out most. Talk about heavy! Don’t tell them this

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Granny State: What's lurking at the bottom of the baby bag? – Telegraph.co.uk


Telegraph.co.uk
Granny State: What’s lurking at the bottom of the baby bag?
Telegraph.co.uk
“It’s all here,” says my daughter, pointing out the large floral designer changing bag which appears de rigueur among her set. “Please don’t do your usual trick, will you?” We both know what she means. On day one of my working granny life, I was

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