Latest articles in theme 'Parenting'
Confessions of sleep deprived parents
Sleep deprivation is a killer isn’t it? I mean actual torture! Being sleep deprived is not just about feeling a bit tired, it’s way more than that as any parent will well know. Has sleep deprivation ever made you do anything odd?
Encouraging budding artists: a few thoughts
Creative children are a total joy to watch and when they become so immersed in their creations that they don’t even hear you ask them a question – that’s when you know they have the bug.
Which children’s books would you love to re-read as an adult?
Thinking back to your childhood, which books did you enjoy so much you’d quite happily re-read them as an adult? For me, it would have to be some of the Roald Dahl titles.
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.
Taking time for yourself – how do you fit it in?
Being a parent is wonderful — but it occasionally feels like a thankless task with a never ending to-do list. Really, it’s not just being a parent that creates this, it’s life in general.
#Win a Milton Hygiene Kit
We have a Milton Hygiene Kit available to giveaway to one lucky Mummy Fever reader, this would be so handy for any parent or grandparent and the type of kit you can take in the car as a back up for any hygiene emergencies – we all have them!
Busting 4 myths about being a mother
Females are often hardwired to nurture, give advice, and at times judge. We are all human at the end of the day and we each have our flaws, and our preferred ways of doing things, but sometimes the advice we get, or maybe a comment we have overheard really gets to us.
Changing the end of classic fairytales because they are politically incorrect? What are your thoughts?
Fairytales – which are your favourite ones from childhood? Do you read them to your own children? Will you read them to your grandchildren? Millions of parents are changing the endings of classic fairytales – because they are politically incorrect, a study has found.