Browsing Category: Navigating Mummyhood

#DreamTeam Linky

DreamTeam Bloggers Linky 181

Hi all and welcome to the #DreamTeam linky from a very chilly London.  I know all your fab posts are going to keep me occupied whilst I stay inside as much as possible away from the freezing fog.   Your hosts this week are Heather from Shank You Very Much me and Annette from 3 […]

Raising Strong Daughters

Raising Strong Daughters – things they should know

2018 marked 100 years of suffrage and it got me thinking about the responsibilities that we have when raising girls.  Raising girls is a fairly new challenge for us as they are only toddlers, but there are certain things that I want to make sure as women they know and understand.  I want to make […]

kids school life items

Settling into school life after the first half term

As you know my little girls started school this September and so have just finished their first half term as school girls.  The time has gone so fast that I actually can’t even believe that I am saying that, but here we are…  So I thought I would update you all on how we are […]

worries all mums can face

The worries all mums can face; how to deal with them

Worries all mums can face Being a mum is the most rewarding thing I think anyone of us can experience, but I also feel it is one of the hardest challenges we will ever face. The issue is, so many of us can feel alone in the journey and feel we are the only ones […]

How To Survive that Road Trip With Baby

Heading off on a road trip with a baby might seem daunting but it can be done. You don’t have to give up on your adventuring just because you’ve had a baby, but you will need to be more prepared than you were before. With some planning, you can survive a that road trip with […]

Creating Happy Healthy Family Mealtimes with Stokke

Establishing a healthy relationship with food is important from a young age, but encouraging our children to eat healthily can feel like a constant battle for many parents.  I know it often does for me!!  Recent research from leading Scandinavian nursery brand Stokke has found that just half of us typically enjoy family mealtimes at […]

Autumn Crafts for Toddlers

We love a bit of arts and crafts here no matter the time of year, but I definitely think that Autumn really lends itself to crafts and there are lots of things that can be done with little kids and toddlers very easily.  There also tends to be a lot of glitter involved and I […]

mental health awareness week

Mental Health Awareness Week Ideas for the Family

Before I had my twins I would never have thought about my mental health.  I didn’t think I needed to, but that is the thing about your mental health it can change.  Who knows why this concept seemed so alien to me.  I mean I am not surprised when I am physically well and then […]

Breakfast

An ode to the Morning Routine for Kids

For World Poetry Day I am offering this little ditty.  It is the tale of one woman’s struggle (mine!) with the morning routine for kids.  Try as I might and I try a thousand different things; we are more often than not, running late in the mornings.  The morning routine is a killer for me.  […]

DIY Bucket List

Day two of #blogtober19 is a Bucket List.  Honestly I don’t really have things that I desperately want to do with my life.  I should probably think about the future at some point, but right now its the present that I am interested in.  Having little kids does tend to make you focus on what […]