Category: Parenting

Would you replace your buggy with a trike? Our Micro Trike review

As parents, I’m sure we’ve all had a clunky or hard to steer pushchair. We’ve got the Joie Nitro at the moment and I do love it but it’s on its way out now. As Archie is still quite small for his age, I don’t feel confident enough in letting him walk on his own…
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Defusing a 4 year old meltdown with the “No More Worries Kit”

Henry is now at the age where he doesn’t deal well with his emotions. Anything and everything can turn him into a smaller, less green version of the Hulk and I find it really difficult to deal with. Obviously I know that it’s hard for him as well but I just can’t seem to reason…
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We went wild at Woburn!

So this post is a little later than I’d wanted to post it but life has been crazy here! We’ve had 2 long weekends, one after the other, and work etc has just taken up a lot of my spare time when I’d usually sit down and write on here. But I’ve got a small…
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We shouldn’t be made to feel guilty, we need to be supported

On Tuesday, new advice from the Royal College of Midwives was released saying that new mothers must be respected if they decide to bottle feed their new baby. As expected, this raised a lot of opinions from parents, one who had been made to feel guilty and others which said that support must still be…
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How to survive working from home when you’re a parent

One of the first things I get asked when I say I work at home is “how do you manage with the boys being at home?” They just don’t understand how I get everything done; paid work, the blog, being a mother and a housewife and to be totally honest with you, I’m not sure…
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