The ideal space for a kid to do his or her homework in their rooms should be a comfortable one. Creating the best space is not as difficult as it seems. Identify the problems in your kid’s room that need attention by following our checklist.
You’ve heard it often! Your children need less screen time, and they need to spend more time outdoors. You know that. But that’s easier said than done right? Our lifestyle habits and digital dependency has made it difficult to get ourselves and our kids to step outside.
If that’s what you’re struggling with, here’s some help. Keep reading to discover 7 simple and actionable ways to encourage your kid for some outdoor play (and possibly you too).
Follow these simple steps and you can relax when your child has your phone. Kid-proofing your phone ensures it’s protected from damage and that your child is protected from accidentally accessing something not intended for them.
Play-time is a great way to bond and have fun with your baby, however, keeping your baby busy and entertained throughout the day isn’t always easy. Going along to a baby club is a great option but they don’t suit everyone, some parents may not be able to access baby groups locally or fit clubs into their daily routine. Like the TV show, Play and Learn With Your Baby is the perfect guide for parents wanting the benefits that baby clubs offer by re-creating the different activities at home.
This year marks five years since I will have been employed in the workplace. Admittedly one of those years was taken up with being on maternity leave with Piglet. However, five years is a long time to be away from the hustle and bustle of it all. Although I now work from home, have I been away from the workplace too long to return to ’employment’?
When you are a mum, you need to make sure that you are choosing the right car for your family. Some cars will be advertised as ‘family cars’ but you need to make sure that you are taking a closer look to see what kind of features they actually offer.
Rain on the forecast? Worried about the frenzy that’s going to happen indoors, or about the screen time your kids are probably going to get? Don’t! To help you out with just that, we’ve compiled a list of 7 simple and interesting rainy day activities you can get them to do!
Piglet started her swimming lessons at the beginning of December. I smugly gloated about the fact I’d managed to get her into a session to coincide with Tigger’s lessons. She’s now had around six or seven lessons and I can see from watching at the poolside that they aren’t going well.