So today Alma said goodbye to her dummies. We were preparing for this moment for awhile, trying to find the best time to do it so it would coincide with a weekend, or not coincide with her being poorly. In the end she has pretty much made a decision herself. She was dummy free for … Continue reading Dummy fairy. The way we said goodbye to dummies
A few months ago I posted a photo of my house being turned upside down by my kids with my I" can't be asked" smile saying something along the lines "we played all the games and all the toys today" on Facebook. Then I send it to my mum hinting I could do with a … Continue reading Social media a blessing or a curse?
Disclaimer. I attended Bump and baby expo in association with Avocado events in a blogger capacity and received a goody bag. I remember when we moved back to York after 5 years away with a 5 months old baby finding baby groups, activities or even shops to buy things for Askar was very overwhelming. I … Continue reading Bump and baby expo in York. Review
Long gone the days when Ben and I could have a romantic evening celebrating Valentine's day, or having peaceful snuggle on the sofa watching favourite film, it takes us 2-3 nights to watch a film because we are so tired and there are so many jobs to do, we have to split it up, or … Continue reading Other ways of saying “I love you” to your partner
Disclaimer: this article isn't a substitute for medical advice. It's common sense tips to help you ease your or your child's cough at night to get a slightly better sleep. Please speak to your gp about persistent cough and colds. I haven't slept very well last night. I know it's a story of my life, … Continue reading Tips for dealing with night time coughing
This time of year gets very busy, people are rushing around trying to find a perfect gift for someone they love and care about, organising Christmas meals for family, getting together with friends and colleagues, decorating their houses and making memories along the way. We get so carried away with the workload of making everything … Continue reading Making Christmas more sustainable
This post is an advert. Arabella, Arabella, where are you? A bunch of toddlers goes looking for her, Arabella is a dolly, then the teacher, Rachel brings her out behind her back and says “Boo”, toddlers get excited and laugh. Alma has always been a musical child, she loves dancing, singing and does a pretty … Continue reading Rhythm time music class in York