Experts have warned that lockdown could lead to children having a skewed perception of gender roles in the home – as almost seven in 10 mums juggle more household chores than ever before. Does this sounds familiar?
Yesterday was Father’s Day. I don’t think I miss my dad more on Father’s Day, (he never knew when it was anyway, and he would always be surprised when he opened his card), but I’d say it is a reminder I don’t have a father to send a card to, like so many people of course.
It’s National Teach You Child to Save Day! In the hope of helping you, Saveonenergy.com/uk/ compiled a list of 5 of the best apps to help children manage money.
As unsettling as this is for so many people, it’s also an opportunity to do things differently for a while. To talk more, to play more games and to teach your children things you never normally have time for.
Are you the primary carer of your children? Do you find it hard to trust other people with their care? You aren’t alone. A survey from Withings reveals that over half of all new mums don’t trust anyone but themselves to look after their baby. 55% of mums polled said they don’t trust their mum, […]
If you are a regular reader of the blog you will know that I recently wrote about the life lessons we as parents can learn from our children. This included things like: every day is a fresh start; to be happy; to love unconditionally and so on. All important things that we can forget as […]
Sometimes as “grown ups” we can feel as if we are responsible for teaching our children everything, when in reality our children can teach us so much – here are just a few examples. Every day is a fresh start There is something about the end of every child’s day that is so final. Children […]