Baby and Toddler

Sharing all things baby and toddler related

Over the summer one of the must-see films was Despicable Me 3. Whilst away at Granny’s house they managed to pursue her to take them to the cinema to enjoy the film on the big… View Post

Why Communicating With Your Child’s Teacher Is …

Why Communicating With Your Child’s Teacher Is Important

When a child attends kindergarten for the first time, it is a big stage in their development, but it can also be an emotional time for them, as well as the parents. You will want to prepare your child for their first attendance in advance, altering their routine to fit in with their new kindergarten so that it is less of a shock to them on their first day. You will also want to keep a good relationship with your child’s teacher or carer and maintain the lines of communication between you, which can have excellent benefits for everyone.… View Post

Top tips to baby-proof your home from Safety 1…

Top tips to baby-proof your home from Safety 1st

According to the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA) ‘Over 76,000 children under the age of 14 are admitted for treatment of which over 40% are under 5 years of age’. As a parent, you will take every precaution needed to ensure that your little one is safe. The great thing is Safety 1st have all bases covered to make your home safe for little wanderers. Here are their top tips for safety around the house.… View Post

Sarah’s story – the importance of family support

Sarah’s story – the importance of family support

Making the decision to have children was an easy one for Mr. Boo and I.  Throughout our dating years we had often chatted about having children, how many we would like and roughly what age we would like to be when they arrived.  Whilst on our honeymoon we decided that now would be a good time to start trying for children.… View Post

New parents missing out on date nights following …

New parents missing out on date nights following their new arrival

Having a baby is a life-changing event, not just emotionally, but financially and socially too. With studies showing babies can cost as much as £11,498 in the first year, it’s no surprise mum and dad’s social life is often put on hold. In fact, new research from Aldi Mamia has found that 78% of first-time parents have had fewer or no date-nights since baby arrived with nearly half (49%) citing less money than before as the main reason.… View Post

A Guide To Keepsakes For New Mums

A Guide To Keepsakes For New Mums

If there is a time in your life that you want to remember with crystal clarity, then it’s when you become a mother for the first time. It’s such a magical experience; a new life and an entirely new chapter beginning in your life — of course you’re going to want to remember it as much as is possible.… View Post

Gummee Teething guide

Gummee Teething guide

When you find out you’re going to have a baby you make lists of all the things you are going to need, pram, bottles, nappies, cot, babygrows etc. However, we rarely think about those white daggers from hell that will turn our little angels into grumpy angels….teeth! Gummee has put together a helpful teething guide for you so you can know what to expect and when.… View Post

Searching for childcare for your children

Searching for childcare for your children

Now that the summer holidays are in full swing it can be challenging to keep your kids occupied and entertained. Often you might also struggle to find childcare for the summer holidays. However, while you can’t always guarantee that the weather will be perfect, you can guarantee you’ll find the perfect childcare when you use the www.childcare.co.uk website.… View Post