Smyths Toys has announced it is introducing a fourth toy store to the county next month.
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A campaign to see baby change facilities in men's toilets has been relaunched and is being led by two well-known dads from Kent.
We share the most important things expectant working women and new mums need to know when it comes to maternity leave and employment rights.
A closing down sale will take place from today at a Kent Mothercare store.
A prominent Kent roads campaigner is calling for a ban on dedicated parent and child car parking spaces.
From unusual cries to sleep patterns, knowing what's 'normal' for your baby can be a challenge but a clever new app can help
Letters to Santa at the ready! Mothercare has released what it think will be the perfect toys for babies and small children this Christmas.
How much do you know about the excessive crying condition thought to affect one in three babies?
The county's favourite baby names have been revealed and you can find out what the most popular names were last year where you live.
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