Whether your little one is bouncing off the walls about starting Reception, or they’re adamant that they don’t want to discuss it and are feeling a little intimidated, September is creeping ever closer, and we’re going to look at some of the best ways to prepare your child for their first day of school.
Raising children comes with its fair share of impressive moments, such as your child taking his or her first step, and some not-so-impressive moments, like using crayons to scribble on your white living room walls. But in the end, as a parent, your main goals include keeping your child safe, hearing them giggle, and watching them grow up to be prospering adults.
When it comes to buying the right backpack for high school, fashion and ease of use come to mind. There are many fashionable backpacks available and while your teen may not think a backpack is fashionable, they’ve come along way and it’s time to learn more about how a backpack can be a beneficial investment in your high school student’s life.
It is getting harder than ever for busy moms to juggle a career, a social life, and a family. It is too easy to get jammed up with one obligation or another when things don’t fit into their neat little schedules. As a result, active moms need some booster tips to help them maximize their time while still taking care of their basic needs.
What you teach your children today will determine their future. Yes, parenting is complicated, but it doesn’t have to be a hardscrabble, either. Many simple ways are available to do it more effectively.
This September Piglet is making the move from her day nursery setting to preschool within the local school. Whilst this has been delayed (by nine months) due to the school’s policies, she is finally starting her educational journey. To mark this milestone in her life we have been sent a personalised copy of the My Book of Nursery Rhymes for her to read, enjoy and treasure throughout preschool and beyond.
If you thought those tantrums and constant cribbing were the worst of your little one’s phase of growing up, here’s a shocker- it is not! Just when your kid is ready to enter preschool, comes the most confusing phase – trying to make sense of how to handle the separation anxiety.
Motherhood takes its toll on us at times. We don’t always feel as healthy and sharp as we once did. Our heads are swimming with “to do” lists and playdates on the calendar, while we fuel ourselves with leftover chicken nuggets and macaroni and cheese left on Junior’s plate after lunch. This is not necessarily what we envisioned when we signed up for the Supermum scenario.