We all want the very best for our children. Not only in their everyday life but also their education and future careers too. This means that as parents, we are looking for ways to make things that little bit better.

Our children head off to our chosen schools in order to learn and develop their skills, but when it comes to education, things don’t have to stop there. Tutors, across a variety of subjects are there to help children who need extra support, or even an extra challenge to really maximise their potential.… View Post

TinyMe Personalised Name Puzzle + #Giveaway

TinyMe Personalised Name Puzzle + #Giveaway

Focusing on coordination and puzzle solving they have had a number of different puzzles available within her room.  With wooden shape puzzles especially intriguing her.  So when TinyMe recently contacted us I loved the idea of continuing the puzzle fun at home. What better way to do this than with the TinyMe Personalised Name Puzzle.… View Post

Smyths The Baby Room For the little life …

Smyths The Baby Room For the little life changers

Almost as soon as I saw those lines appear on the pregnancy test my mind started to think about all the different things that I would need to research, purchase and utilise.  Having a baby is an exciting time, however, it can at times be a little overwhelming, especially when you take a glimpse at all the baby accessories, equipment, and essentials that are available to purchase.… View Post

The truth revealed about the shoes your baby …

The truth revealed about the shoes your baby should be wearing

Baby footwear brand Dotty Fish have been working with The London Podiatry Centre, one of the most advanced podiatric clinics in the world. They looked closely at the effects of soft-soled footwear on a child who is learning to walk and taking those crucial first steps.… View Post

AliExpress Celebrates a Special Anniversary with the Biggest …

AliExpress Celebrates a Special Anniversary with the Biggest Sale in its History

Leading e-commerce platform, AliExpress is celebrating a special anniversary year in monumental style with its biggest sale to date. With savings available of up to 90% off in some product categories, millions of products are up for grabs at reduced costs. All over the world, customers in more than 200 countries will take part in the anniversary sale between March 28th – 30th.  … View Post

5 Facts About LGBT Fostering

5 Facts About LGBT Fostering

LGBT Fostering & Adoption Week 2018 aims to highlight the fantastic reasons behind why people from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community make fantastic foster carers.

Many same-sex couples wrongly believe that their sexuality will prevent them from becoming foster parents but as these five facts show, it is about personal qualities and not sexuality that makes a positive difference to children.… View Post

Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Day & Night

Tommee Tippee Perfect Prep Day & Night

Tommee Tippee, the UK’s leading baby feeding accessories brand, has refreshed its best-selling Perfect Prep machine. The Perfect Prep Day & Night prepares a formula feed bottle to the perfect temperature in just two minutes, with new features including volume control and a glow light setting for easier, happier night feeds.… View Post

5 Tips to Protecting Yourself Against Lost Birth Documents

5 Tips to Protecting Yourself Against Lost Birth Documents

In this digital age, the thought of losing your birth documents, like your Social Security card or birth certificate, seems like a low-risk affair to some. But it can have far-reaching consequences that you might not have considered yet.

A big concern to keep in mind is identity theft. If you’ve ever known someone who has been a victim of this, then you know just how much effort is involved in fixing this situation. That is why it is so important to reduce the chances of this happening to you. The best way to do this is by keeping your birth documents safe from theft or loss.… View Post

Forever A Parent – No matter how old you …

Forever A Parent – No matter how old you grow

I was asked recently what was the one thing I wanted my children to know about myself.  If you asked Mr. Boo this he would most certainly answer that I cannot make a decision.  Which for the most is true, however, it is the small, silly decisions that I cannot make.  Such as what we should have for tea tonight, should we go to X today or Y?  Decisions that when I see them written done or replayed to me when they are all teasing me are silly.  Decisions that hold no weight, no real consequence, yet are the hardest ones for me to make. … View Post