7 Tips for forging strong family bonds Our family are the most important people in our lives. The bonds we share with our children and for many of us our partners are like none other. I was raised in a close family, and even now I’m still really close to both my parents and other family members. I hope to give my children the same … Continue reading 7 Tips for forging strong family bonds
After finally taking the plunge last year I became an open university student. At the time I was both pregnant and mum to a 2yo, it was a huge step but after an anxious first pregnancy I decided I needed something to keep my mind busy after 2yo had gone to bed. I’ve just finished my first module and wanted to share my experiences with other parents who were thinking about distance learning! Continue reading Open university: My advice to all expectant mothers and parents who are considering distance learning.
Summer holidays are almost upon us and it’s time to start writing those family summer bucket lists! Here is ours to give you some inspiration – I wonder how many we will actually manage to tick off! Continue reading 80 ideas for things to do this summer: Our summer bucket list
”I’m just getting some toys mummy’ Ted said as he thundered down the corridor to his bedroom. A few minutes later he was still in his room so I stuck my head down the hall to have a look at him. He was sat on his bed reading books, I could still hear him and by the time I’d finished changing the baby five minutes … Continue reading The writing on the wall
When we first moved house a few months back, my little boy was really nervous about moving into his new room, he wasn’t sure on his bedroom and he hated this one dark corner. I was desperate to find some way to make it feel more homely for him. As I was looking through the photo album of a lantern festival that we had recently … Continue reading Hot air balloon night lights