The summer holidays are an excellent time for kids to relax and have fun. However, it can be challenging to keep them entertained during this time. Many kids get bored […]
How is Social Media affecting kids’ learning abilities?
It’s no secret that social media is a huge part of our lives. In fact, many kids start using social media at a very young age. There are pros and […]
How to plan the perfect birthday party for your kids
Are you planning a birthday party for your child, if so, you’re in luck! This blog post is packed full of tips and advice to help make your child’s birthday […]
How to choose the ideal dog to adopt when you have kids
A dog is like another part of your family. It has its needs, it is keen towards different diseases, it needs a diet in accordance with its breed, all this […]
4 ways to teach your kids about the value of money
As a parent, it’s important that you teach your children about various aspects of life and society ensuring that they are prepared for the future. For instance, you do need […]
The true cost of family activities for single parents
Regular readers of my blog will know how much we love a good day out as a family. We love theme parks and trying out new experiences but doing these […]
What are your options when it comes to babysitting?
Leaving your child under someone else’s care is inevitable at some point when you’re a parent. For me, this started when I returned to work after maternity leave. My eldest […]
How to keep the kids entertained whilst you work from home
Summer holidays are well underway and it’s been tough juggling everything. My mother-in-law is no longer able to help out and is recovering from back surgery, so we are currently […]
Are you too busy mummy?
“Are you too busy mummy?” These are the words that came out of my 4-year-olds mouth the other day that made me stop in my tracks. Sometimes, I get so […]
10 Things You Should Teach Your Kids About Finance
As parents, we are often reluctant to discuss money with our kids. Perhaps we fear that focusing on money early in life will rob our children of a certain innocence. […]
Why it’s good to have a support network for childcare
We are very lucky to have my mother-in-law help out with childcare twice a week. She’s been helping us ever since I went back to work after having M, three […]
Am I ready for my child to go on a sleepover?
Parenting is hard. I’ve been a mum for almost seven years now and whilst the baby days are behind me, there is so much more I feel I am not […]