I now have a 4 year old and an 18 month old and it has come to my attention there are many things I did with my first that I haven't done with my second. Obviously we all parent differently. Don't get me wrong, I don't feel that guilty as both girls are very different … Continue reading The things you do with your first child that you don’t bother with your second…
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I've just finished reading this wonderful issue especially for mums! It's a mini mummy magazine and is completely uplifting and full of positivity! As a mummy who has suffered from PND, anxiety and depression in the past, I found it extremely intriguing to read positive quotes and stories from other mums including business mums. Great … Continue reading Review- Positive Wellbeing Zine for mums, issue 2, By Isabella & Us
As a mummy of 3 (including the dog) I was delighted to read this new story book from Zara Dogdog We've not yet done the 'school run' ourselves but when September comes and we can hopefully walk to school, I plan to take our crazy Spaniel with us so this book seemed quite appropriate. The … Continue reading Zara DogDog on the school run Review
I take no pride in saying that at the moment my daughter is a Brat! First came the 'terrible twos' then there was the 'threenager' but now we have hit four I believe it's 'can't take no more!' We do not spoil her, we simply can't afford to. She doesn't always get what she wants … Continue reading BRAT- Behaviour Rage And Tantrums
With the risk of obesity becoming higher & higher in Britain, the use of smart watches, fit bits etc is becoming more and more necessary. The problem is they cost so much money. FourFit is the answer. The FourFit bracelet comes in 3 different colours and we have the black one meaning both my husband … Continue reading FourFit Review
I've always felt quite strongly that I wouldn't be a 'pushy parent' and my children can try anything they like. Just because I love Theatre, doesn't mean my children will and I won't force it upon them if they would prefer to play or watch football. If it makes them happy I think it's a … Continue reading Be Yourself, Everyone else is taken!
We read a brand new book tonight called “Finding their way home” by Nicky Copeland, a true story of Cleo & Baloo the cats! Cleo & Baloo we're both rescue cats that were adopted by Nicky in Essex. We have always read a story to Alana every evening as part of her bedtime routine. Alana … Continue reading Review- Finding Their Way Home
With the long hot summer ahead of us I thought it would be good to share some cheap ideas to do with the kids. My children are aged 3 and 1 so it's slightly easier at the moment to do fun things without spending a fortune. 1. Polhill Garden Centre Sevenoaks We spent some time … Continue reading Cheap things to do with the kids in Kent
I'm nearing 30 and feeling very sentimental about a lot of things particularly the friends I have made. Recently I posted a go fund me campaign to help raise funds to fix my dogs broken leg. I never imagined so many people to donate. Friends of the past and friends I made a week ago. … Continue reading The Act Of kindness
Last Thursday started as a completely normal day apart from it was my husbands first day off for the summer, so I dropped Alana to pre school and took the dog for a walk in the park whilst he stayed at home with Mila. I picked up two poos and threw the ball with the … Continue reading Decisions for Dudley