9 Things I Forgot About Newborns

Oliver is now 5 weeks old, which sounds tiny now that I’m writing it, but it has gone by so fast. To most people he’s this dinky little thing but to me, he’s huge compared to when he was first born. We were in our own little bubble with Oliver for the first two weeks […]

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Coping with Knowing I’ve Had My Last Baby

I always imagined that when the time came where I was finished having babies that I would feel content. My family would be complete, and I would feel nothing less than happiness. But I don’t feel that way. I feel almost the complete opposite and it’s taken me by surprise. We all decide that our […]

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Preparing Your Kids for Their Future

With Joshua set to start Primary School next year, his future education is at the forefront of our minds at the moment. He may be just 3 years old, but I don’t think it’s ever too early to start preparing your child for school and encouraging them to learn at home; after all, learning doesn’t […]

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Learn Through Play with Trunkaroo!

*This post is in association with Trunkaroo Now that the colder months are well and truly on their way, us parents are hunting for ways to keep our little ones occupied indoors. There are so many times you get dig out the colouring book, tablet and play with the same toys! When I was gifted […]

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Hapes’ George Luck Rainbow Rabbit Puzzle | Review

*This post is in association with Debenhams I got sent this lovely Hape’s George Luck’s Rainbow Rabbit Puzzle to review (with the help of my tiny tornado, of course!). The puzzle is suitable for 3+ years old and is available to purchase in Debenhams. One of the reasons why I love this product is that […]

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Why My Son Going to Preschool is an Achievement, For Me

I’m 24 years old and growing up in the ’90s, depression just wasn’t a ‘thing’ I heard about. It was never, ever a topic of discussion. I never knew what depression was or that it even existed, let alone any other form of mental illness. I suppose I was only aware that you could be […]

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