*This is a paid post in partnership with Premier Care We bought our home nearly ten years ago and back then we didn’t know whether it would be our forever home, it just seemed like a really lovely home to have children in. But, ten years, two children and an extension later we know we’ll
I remember LP’s potty-training journey really clearly, she was so little, and it only took a few months, and by the time she started nursery she was using the toilet happily and confidently by herself. One stage that seemed to take a little longer for her, was becoming dry at night.
Each September we get into a really nice routine during the week of the children’s school day, a couple of after school clubs per week and some afternoons at home. On the days where we have a few hours at home before dinner, bath and bed I like to organise little fun activities for the
Like many families we have the summer stretching our before us. We have holidays and days out planned but then there are days when we know we’ll be at home and it’s always hard to know how to keep the children entertained on those days. Days at home can make the six weeks of summer
Have you heard of Studio? I can’t remember when I first heard of them because I grew up with their catalogue being an integral part of our festive season. Christmas began when the Studio catalogue landed on the doormat and I’d circle everything I loved in it with a marker pen. Since then my love
As a parent we watch our children learn so much even before they start school and we support them at every step. But when school starts, and they begin formal learning, important things like reading and writing always come more naturally to some children than others. What, as parents, can we do to support our
Throughout my life there have been certain smells that have instantly transported me back to different times through the years gone by. The smell of chalk on a blackboard always reminds me of my early school days and the perfume I wear always takes me back to my wedding day.
Mother’s Day is something that so many families celebrate in their own ways – with flowers and chocolates, a day out, a card in the post or a phone call across the miles. Others can’t celebrate Mother’s Day and instead take flowers somewhere special, have a moment to reflect on the day, light a candle
Our bedroom’s aren’t always as big as we would like them to be, so it’s important that we make the most of the space that we have. There are a few different tips and tricks you can put in place to truly get the most out of your bedroom, so in today’s blog, I’m going