I want to be perfectly honest with you I actually started writing this post last Summer to tell you about the Toddler Summer Camp I had created. A 5 week virtual camp for toddlers filled with activities, recipes, games, sheets to print and play with and ideas for outings. The full 5 weeks were pretty epic
Quick tips to nurture yourself, when time is precious.
1 – Phenylethylamine (PEA) contained in chocolate encourages your brain to release feel-good endorphins We all like to feel good right? But sometimes we all need a little boost. Personally, I don’t drink coffee, alcohol or take any kind of drugs so a little chocolate gives me a boost in the day, especially at night
Since becoming a Mother, not only did you have to transition into a whole new role but it also now seems to be Open Season for anyone and everyone to tell you how you should be doing your job, how you should be parenting and what will happen if you get it wrong forever more!
As I sit on my 2 year old’s floor beside her bed at 2am again, in a bid to try to get her to fall back asleep happily in her own bed (please, please) and stay there (I believe in miracles) I wonder if this is how it should be? I try every night
When you have a baby, all the books tell you that you must bond with your baby, and there are many that share tips and hints of how to do just that, but what about when you baby has grown a bit? The new baby smell has gone, they’re less about the gurgling and more