Must Read Children’s Books: Meerkat Mail

I love books and over the years I have got quite a collection of must read children's books. I have enjoyed using them with children I have taught and now with my own children at home. This week we have been reading Meerkat Mail. This is one of those books that my 4 year old son has had on his bookshelf for a while and he keeps going back to.…

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20 School Holiday Activities for the Colder Weather

Time to find some school holiday activities for the colder weather. Another school holiday is here and I am so ready for it. I love the slower mornings when we don’t have to rush around looking for missing gloves and taking forever just to put on a pair of shoes! It’s so nice to spend some time together, but my son needs to be busy and he likes to have…

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Best scooter for a 3 year old: Mini Micro Review

Some of the links in this post are affiliate links. If you click through them to make a purchase I will earn a small commission at no cost to you. If you are looking for the best scooter for a 3 year old then you need to read this Micro scooter review. I wanted to buy my son a scooter for his third birthday present. He already had a trike…

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Pancake Ideas for Kids: Gluten and Dairy free

These pancake ideas for kids can be both gluten and dairy free, but still taste yummy. My daughter is dairy free and soya free and I am gluten free, so I am always trying new recipes that suit all our dietary needs. I love pancakes because they make a quick breakfast idea, lunch or on the go snack. They are also great for a weaning baby, toddlers, children and adults,…

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The simple guide to learning to crawl + reflux tips

This simple guide to learning to crawl has lots of tips to encourage a reluctant reflux baby. It explains the stages of learning to crawl and the different types of crawling your baby may try. It also has reminders on how to child-proof your house ready for a crawling baby. At 10 months old, my daughter still suffers with reflux, although it has become less severe in the last couple…

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15 Must have Items to keep in a Family car

Check out this list of surprising and not so surprising must have items to keep in your family car. Since becoming a mum my car has stopped being a second wardrobe and has become a portable changing table, a toy box, a snack shop, a nap area and a place for my son to store his stick collection! I keep a lot of things in my car because I like…

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Age appropriate chores: How to get your Child to Help around the House

It is really useful to have a simple list of age appropriate chores your children can do around the house. After looking at a lot of age-appropriate chores lists I found that there are some chores I wouldn’t want my children to do, which is why I created my own. Encouraging children to do simple chores is a great way to develop their independence. From an early age my son…

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The Simple Guide to Weaning a Reflux Baby

Weaning a reflux baby can be a tricky journey, but this simple guide will help you along the way. Weaning my son was easy because he ate everything and had no allergies or health issues to consider. My daughter however has struggled with severe reflux from 6 weeks old. She also has a cow's milk allergy, so weaning her has been a challenge. This guide shows everything I have learnt…

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The Complete Teething Guide:Hacks and Reflux Tips

Teething is stressful! The crying, sleepless nights, biting, grinding teeth…I really hate the sound of teeth grinding together. It can be a hard time for both parent and baby. This is a complete guide to the symptoms, stages and different ways to soothe your teething baby including hacks I have used and reflux tips. I have heard some babies teeth just come through without them knowing a thing about it.…

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A Routine for Reflux & Milk Allergy Baby:6-9 months

My baby is officially nine months old and over the last 3 months we have established a good routine with her. I struggled to find a routine that was right for a reflux and milk allergy baby, so I had to develop one that worked for us. My baby needs smaller more regular feeds to prevent her tummy getting too full. She is also having a combination of breast milk…

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