I Hate Playing with My Toddler | The ‘Threenager’ Year

Joshua has always been such a fiery, independent little boy and enjoys playing and interacting with others. When he’s home from preschool, he will spend most of the day that’s left playing and will rarely play alone as he much prefers company. But his feisty (such a nice way to put it) side certainly comes […]

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3 Years Old, Not Potty Trained & Why I Don’t Care!

Admittedly, Joshua is one of the only children in his class at preschool who is still in nappies and not anywhere near being potty trained. But he just isn’t ready! So, I’m in no rush to push it on him. Potty training is such a long process and we often forget that it is completely […]

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Never too Young to Learn Money Skills

For Joshua’s first birthday he got given a cute little money box, immediately we started filling it up with any money he was given. As people love giving babies and toddlers money, we soon had a fair amount of money saved up for him – of course he didn’t know it existed or what money […]

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Why I’ll Let My Son Swear

Before I start writing this I would like to warn you that during this post, I do explicitly swear. So, if you’re not comfortable with it, then you should probably not continue reading. Although, partly, the reason why I feel I have to write that is why I’m writing this post. A story that my […]

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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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Disgusting Things Parents Do | SatDADay

Since I became a Dad almost three years ago, I’ve done some pretty disgusting things. But the weird thing is, it doesn’t actually seem that gross when it’s your own child. Somehow them being your own kid makes it all feel perfectly normal that you’re searching through their poo without hesitation. The gross things that come […]

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My Son Used to Be Mute | #LittleLeaps

By the time Joshua was a few months old I was so used to him being advanced in all of his development milestones. Whether it was weaning, crawling, walking, sitting up… Joshua seemed to be doing it way before other babies. So, I just assumed that this would be how it would continue, but when […]

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