With so many parents struggling with and/or worrying about how to entertain their children over the summer holidays, I’ve been looking back at how things used to be. How were your summer holidays spent as a child? what about you parents and grandparents?
A teacher plays a vital role in your child’s education. They spend a huge amount of time with your child and this can have an incredible influence on your son or daughter’s happiness at school. For this reason it is extremely important for students to build a good relationship with their teachers.
I don’t think that anyone can ever be a perfect parent and I don’t believe in parenting experts. What I do believe though, is that as parents we become experts in our own children. That doesn’t mean we don’t get it wrong, hell, we get it wrong all the time, it just means we know our children best.
Bucket lists…lots of us have made them, several of them even probably. They might be life bucket lists in general, crazy things you want to do type lists, or even travel bucket lists. Some of us have probably ticked a couple of things off the list as well. What would be on your toddlers bucket list?
Do your toddlers have the power of Houdini? Can they escape from anything?
What can we do to make our lives a little easier and our days run a little smoother? I’ve compiled a selection of top tips for parents to help overcome the January blues and sail seamlessly into springtime.
Everyone has an opinion on how many children you should have. Everyone seems to think there is a magic number. Really?
Do you remember as a child using words and phrases that your parents had no clue about? Then suddenly you’re the grown up and language has developed yet again.