Little minds of innocence

Have you noticed how honest children are? They say things as it comes into their head – almost like they don’t need to think about it. They’re honest because they know no better. They’re minds are innocent and their mouths are free! Continue reading

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Review: The Food Bottle – Subo

 

While my boys are well out of the first food stage, they’re still into messy eating. Between school, day care and activities, I like to have snacks with me that I can feed them on the go. I’m not a fan of food mess (who is?!) and I really don’t like using 10 wet wipes to just clean 1 set of hands. So when I heard about the Food Bottle I had to give it a try. Continue reading

Words I never thought I would say… (Guest post by Rachelle from The Mummy Code)

As we come in to the new year and we think about resolutions or goals, I thought it was quite timely to post this piece that the gorgeous Rachelle from The Mummy Code has written for my blog. Although I’m not a coffee drinker, I have friends who feel coffee is necessary to getting them through the day. Isn’t it funny how some things we feel are essential to us, aren’t that essential when we finally give it up?! Continue reading

Ways to Making Christmas Countdown Magical for Your Kids (Guest post by Zara from High Style Life)

Zara is a mum of three – one furry kid and two human kids – who is a designer and a freelance writer. She recently approached me about writing a guest article and I was delighted to have her on-board. With Christmas literally around the corner, Zara has written some ideas on how to make that last countdown magical for the kids, while hopefully avoiding stress and a maxed out credit card!  Continue reading