How to Entertain Kids at Your Wedding | Wedding Wednesday

Let’s face it, while a wedding wouldn’t really be the same without our little ones there to enjoy themselves on the dance floor and stuff their face with lots of cake, it can be tough thinking of some fun ways to keep them from getting bored. Because when kids are bored… they make sure everyone […]

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No To ‘Boy Stuff’

Joshua will be turning three years old in a few months and before he was even born people have been determined to treat him like a ‘proper boy’ (what even is that?). Before Joshua was born we always knew that the thing we would hate about raising a child would be how others treat him […]

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The Little One Tag | #LittleOne

I was tagged by Janet over at Mummy’s Monkey Blog to take part in the Little One tag. It’s a fun set of questions where you imagine how your little human would respond. Just a little note before we start: Joshua calls all children, regardless of age, “babies”. It’s cute! Here we go! What’s the […]

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Stop Judging Me!

It seems that wherever you go, parents are being judged one way or the other. In the news and on social media, all you hear is what we should be feeding our children, whether formula milk is okay to use and why it’s bad for your baby to cuddle them. When my son was just […]

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Why I Let My Toddler Use Technology

Recently, a friend of mine openly admitted that they don’t own a television, any computers or any other type of technology, apart from one single smart phone. Their home has one parent and two children, and I was shocked to hear that her children never watch TV or spend time online. The Mum spends a […]

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6 Tips for Full-Time Parents Who Work From Home

Just before we became first-time parents, I was still studying for my degree and Jamie (my partner) wasn’t yet employed; having just recently found the career path he wanted to take. Now my two-year-old son is in nursery (albeit only one day a week) and will soon be starting preschool, it’s been interesting thinking about […]

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