Part of the reason I started blogging was because I wanted to record Autumn’s childhood. It was apparent even in the very early days that this is a journey that goes by so fast. I can hardly believe I have a two year old already! When I was contacted about The Book Of You, I thought it was such a wonderful way to record your child’s childhood. So many books only cover the baby and toddler years, or at best, up to the end of primary school. View Post
I’m freshly jobless and have been in a somewhat pensive mood over the last few days. In a strange way, having more free time has made me reflect more on the way we use our time and the sheer amount of pressure us mums (and dads) put on ourselves. Modern life is stressful and anxiety and depression are prevalent in our society. A day doesn’t go by without me hearing someone say how stressed they feel. What would happen if we looked at things a little differently, I wonder? View Post
When I went to Blog On Toys blogging conference in September, Hotter invited me to try a pair of their Whisper boots on at their stand. When I tried these slouchy ankle boots on, I was amazed. It felt just like I was wearing slippers. I was fortunate enough to win a pair in the competition they held that day, and here is my review. View Post
As a parent, the safety of your child is always on your mind. It’s a parent’s role to raise and care for their baby, bringing them up, teaching them about the world and protecting them from danger. However, sometimes there are dangers more difficult to detect or deal with. In particular, those inside the comfort of your home.
Being home makes everyone feel safe! It’s still essential to keep an eye on the potential dangers to your child though, whether they be small objects, plastic bags or some of the less clear issues we’re going to look at today. View Post
Do your children ever want to play with snow, but it’s one of the 361 days of the year that there isn’t snow on the ground? Well, there is a solution! Floof is white like snow, and although it has a different texture, you can have lots of the same kind of fun with it! It’s soft, squashy and moldable, without the melting problem. You can even make snowballs and have snowball fights with it if you want to! I found out about Floof at the Blog On Toys conference last month and over the last couple of weeks Autumn and I have been putting it to the test.