Digital Age Parenting

Children Are Increasingly Going Online A recent report showed that most children have access to technology. 9/10 have a smartphone and more than half have three or more gadgets with which they can go online. While confidence seems high among parents ability to track and control their young child’s technology use. That starts to die […]

Healthy Eating Hacks For Toddlers

Toddlers, fussy little feckers. It isn’t easy to get them to eat healthy. One day they absolutely love carrot sticks, the next they are screaming in your face for having the audacity to put one on their plate. It’s not easy. Oscar is pretty good with fruit but really contrary when it comes to vegetables. […]

Take the fear out of long family car journeys

Do you fear the dreaded car journey with your family. This is going out to all of you that have children anywhere from newborns, right up until they’re teenagers. It would seem that when going on a long car journey, kids just seem to lose their heads. Everything becomes annoying to them, and you’ll often find […]

I’m more than a mother

Ever since I had my son, I feel as thought I’ve lost some of myself. I’ve gained so much and my life has changed for the better in so many ways. I just can’t help yearning for something. I don’t miss my old life, but I do miss the old me. I don’t really remember […]

Bringing the great outdoors indoors

When the seasons change, it’s always the perfect time to start thinking about updating your interior design scheme. A change in seasons calls for new textures and new colour schemes. It’s a great chance for you to start experimenting with your home décor. Of course, there is an abundance of inspiration available in magazines, on […]

Finding ways to relax as a parent

Finding the time to relax when you’re a parent is not easy, trust me. Children by their nature require pretty much all of your attention, especially at first. Even though you can leave them under the supervision of someone else, it’s difficult to let go, and you can only rely on babysitters every so often. […]

Working around family life

Fifty years ago, mums were expected to quit their jobs when they had a child, and spend the next few years raising them while the fathers were out at work. However, in the last five decades, things have changed a lot, including society’s perceptions of parenthood and how thing should be done. Child rearing is […]