Latest articles with tag 'children'
Are your everyday tasks taking you longer with children?
Do you ever find your normal day-to-day tasks taking longer, much longer, now you have children? All the time right? Even simple things like just getting in the car can take so much longer with children in tow. Having children means everyday tasks take up to TWICE as long, a study has found.
Still enjoying the summer holidays, or can’t wait for them to end?
Are you still enjoying the summer holidays with the children, or counting the days until they end? HelloFresh UK have carried out a study of 2,000 mums and dads, which highlighted that more than half of parents long for September and the routine that comes with it. Are you one of them?
Pre and post-motherhood: the differences
A light-hearted article looking at how life changes post-motherhood. This highlights some of the differences in the way we do things.
Learning through play with Aquadoodle
Have your children ever played with Aquadoodle before? So many children love water play, but it isn’t always practical to have water play set up in the home. Aquadoodle allows children to play with water, whilst at the same time give a feeling of painting.
5 uses for Childs Farm Nappy Cream that has nothing to do with babies bottoms
We’ve been using Childs Farm products for a few years now with the children. One of the children has quite severe eczema and another has sensitive skin, so it’s just always been easiest to use the Childs Farm products on all of the children so there are never any mix ups.
BING LIVE ON STAGE: Is he coming to a venue near you?
Bing and his friends are going on tour in the first ever Bing stage show! Kicking off in St Albans at the Alban Arena, Bing Live will visit 50 venues over 25 weeks from 20th June 2018.
But what if…? A guide to managing difficult parenting situations
Parenting is hard work, it’s no secret, but how do you mange those tricky situations you can find yourselves in and still come out a winner?
Pre-school childcare: are playgroups disappearing?
It feels as though playgroups are disappearing in our area anyway, and yet the need for them is high. What’s your experience? Are the playgroups in your area struggling too?