I wanted to write this to hopefully give others some inspiration on what to buy a new mum and baby. Whether it's a first child or fourth, a gift is always welcome. I'm going from my own experience of gifts I enjoyed or would've liked. 1. Something for her! She hasn't been able to drink … Continue reading Gifts to buy a new Mum
I have reached the age of 30 and I have never been to the Circus until now! So when we were offered the opportunity to go, I jumped at the chance! On Easter Monday we visited Zippos Circus in Blackheath. I went with a complete open mind unsure what to expect, I mean I secretly … Continue reading Our trip to the Circus
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…
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 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
Today has been one of those days! Usually you'll get maybe one child that plays up but today it was both even though one was at pre school until 3pm! The youngest (10 months) is apparently going through a 'leap' even though I've never really agreed with all the wonder weeks stuff as all children … Continue reading Winge winge wine
I've been spending a lot of time at playgroups recently with my "terrible" 2 year old. They're a cheap way of getting out of the house and letting children run riot whilst you don't have to do that much especially once they're above the age of 18 months and quite happy to do their own … Continue reading Is it ok to shout at another child?