An everyday mum, Steph is a former teacher, has two beautiful children and lives in Sydney. I came across Steph, who is the author of Mummy Blogger Sydney , on Instagram and was immediately drawn to her honest, and sometimes hilarious, account of parenting. This article written by Steph reminds us that as our children become more independent, not to forgot about you as an individual. Continue reading
As part of the guest blog series Olivia from The Wilsons of Oz has shared a post on how she’s going to ignore all the ‘perfect’ online parenting advice and wing the next 12 months with her kids – a great and fun read. Check out more about Olivia and her family’s journey on her blog here. Continue reading
Guest blogger of the month is Dominque from Ohheehave. Dominque has a background in psychology and teaching and, with her husband Sam, developed Ohbeehave to help parents access information on different stages of kid’s behaviour. As well as providing techniques and strategies for everything from getting kids to eat their veggies to getting them to go to bed at bedtime, Dominque and Sam also share their journey to parenthood on the blog. For this post Dominique delves into toilet training and its methods – one of many stages of childhood made to drive parents crazy! Continue reading
I stumbled across a blog recently called ‘My Mommy Doodles‘ and was immediately captivated by the doodles! I clicked on the site and started to read, and continued reading for quite a while. Each story was as captivating as each fabulous doodle that accompanied the stories.
Hilary is a mum to two young kids and wife to one husband. She lives in Connecticut and was raised in NYC. But aside from that, she is extremely artistic and has followed her passion for art to try and achieve that balance between a fulfilling work career and family. I’m delighted that she agreed to write a post for my blog – I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did. Continue reading
I was so happy when the amazing Rosanna from MumBubandaBarista agreed to do a post for my blog. And boy did she deliver! Here she writes a letter to her child laying out her hopes and love in a way that all parents and carers can relate to. Enjoy reading. Continue reading
Guest blog by Suzy from inthelyonsden
I met Suzy via Instagram (as you do) and love her open, honest account of life and family. Suzy has two children and has written a fabulous piece for my blog on some of the important things she is teaching them which will set them up for adulthood. A lot of it resonates with me and I hope you enjoy this piece as much as I did. Continue reading