What are some of the reasons why positivity is so important? What steps can parents and teachers take in order to ensure that this type of relationship naturally develops? Are there any potential barriers that may need to over overcome along the way? Whether you are a primary caregiver or you are involved within educational settings, all of these questions are relevant.
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, […]
Snatching up your dream house can be a lifelong pursuit for most of us because dreams change and better can sometimes be impossible to achieve, but that doesn’t mean we can’t keep getting closer to our idea of perfection one step at a time. There are still ways we can add to the luxury our […]
Some parents keep well clear of messy play at home, claiming that their children do enough of that at nursery, playgroup or the grandparents. Entirely up to you of course, but I do feel it’s something we should do at home with children. There isn’t much that a baby wipe can’t get off and if […]
Christmas trees are well over and it’s a good while before we will be putting one up again so we decided to make an Easter tree at the weekend. The children’s didn’t need much convincing. They all love being creative and the little boys have got a thing about sticks at the moment so it […]
For busy families, the amount of washing that has to be done every week can be immense. For families like ours where everyone does lots of different activities and spends a lot of time outdoors this increases. As well as the normal day to day washing of clothes and weekly washing of towels and bedding, […]
Have you ever looked at your baby and wondered how well they can see you? At birth? At two weeks? Two months and then as they grow and develop? How amazing would it be to be able to understand just what they can see when? Now you can! Vision Direct has launched an online tool to […]
As parents we all have our own ways and methods for teaching our children about letters and numbers. Numbers have always seemed easier for me to get across to the children and I think that is because from day one we have just counted everything. Stairs when we go up or down for example, peas […]