Being a parent is hard. My husband gets to go to out of the house to work and I am so jealous sometimes. His workday has a beginning and an end. Me? I’m a stay-at-home mum who also works from home, my day has a beginning and ends when I pass out from exhaustion. But what does a typical busy parent do all day? Wonder no more! Here is a list of 25 things that parents do on a typical school day.
Keeping your baby safe is one of the top priorities for any parent. But where do you start? There are a whole load of different rules and regulations about what is considered safe these days but let’s start with some basics to help keep your little angels safe.
For those who don’t know, I’m expecting my fourth baby. Yep, that’s four children who all need my care and attention. But how is that even possible? Read on for my top tips to survive motherhood.
Release your kid’s dormant genius in just 10 minutes a day by Michal Stawicki is a short guide to help you help your kids. With helpful tips and how to spot your kids problem areas, this is a quick guide to help you on your parenting journey.
French Parents Don’t Give In by Pamela Druckerman is one of the first parenting books that I have reviewed. This book is packed with parenting tips that come straight from the parents of France.
Let’s not beat about the bush, getting the kids about the place can be tough. Between car seats, buggy’s and pouches to store your kids on your back, it can be tough to pick what to use. Recently, I got my mitts on a Micro Trike to review.
Ahh, the teenage years! Everyone worries about them but what people don’t warn you about is how hard it is to prepare your kid for all those changes. There comes a time in every parent’s life when they realise their little ones aren’t little any more. Gone are the days of childhood, primary school, themed birthdays. Now it’s teenage angst and puberty. But when should you have “that talk” with your kids?
At this moment in time, we are in the middle of a heat wave. I have just recovered from three days of heat stroke but I am barely holding on to my sanity during all of this. Last night, I walked through my house in a t-shirt and knickers, something which isn’t a big deal in itself but it is to me. I don’t do things like that because I have a mom bod. It’s like a dad bod but the extra cushion is from having children, not extra portions and beer.
I’m pretty cross right now. I have spent the best part of six years trying to get my ex-partner to pay his child support. And nobody is doing anything to help. After a having a search online as to what to do, I decided it was time to take matters into my own hands. Hell hath no fury like a woman who is owed money!
I have no idea how the conversation went from books and plane tickets to breastfeeding in the office one day, but it did. Back when I worked for a different site, I was the only parent there so everyone used to ask me weird parenting questions.