Designing a fun and stimulating playroom for our toddlers was at the top of our agenda after we moved into our new house. Although the girls now have bigger bedrooms, we wanted to give them some extra space downstairs that was just for them to play, draw and be creative. Just a few months after
Before having a toddler, the only mood swings I needed to worry about were my own. But those few days before Aunt Flo comes to town are nowhere near as chaotic as when my toddler sees I’m leaving the room to have a wee. I’ve learned to control my mood swings – though it’s a
Being pregnant is exhausting but add a toddler to that and you will be wishing for bedtime before 9am. Coping with a toddler when you’re expecting your second baby is tough, but there are lots of things you can do to help you take care of yourself while taking care of your toddler. I had
Postpartum recovery is never easy but it’s particularly tough when you have a toddler to care for as well as your newborn baby. If you’re worried about how you’re going to cope with a baby and a toddler in the immediate days and weeks after giving birth, then the key thing to remember is don’t
Is your toddler throwing tantrums, refusing to do as their told, not eating as they used to, crying more frequently and generally a lot more difficult to deal with? It looks like you’re in the terrible twos! The terrible twos are a slightly misleading phrase, as they can start any time from age one, and
Designing my two daughters’ bedrooms has been so much fun. I’ve gone for a very girly look for both of their rooms, with lots of pink and bright colours. I thought I would share a few images and some of my favourite products that I found for their rooms to give you a little inspiration.
There are so many gorgeous second birthday gifts out there – it’s such a great age to buy for! Your child is still in the danger zone for choking so can’t have toys with teeny tiny pieces, but they can do way more with their hands and their motor skills need challenging. The books they
Are you gearing up to potty train your toddler but aren’t sure where to begin or if she’s actually ready? I felt so overwhelmed at the thought of ditching the nappies for my daughter that I really botched potty training a few times. I think I rushed to start, and then I wasn’t consistent enough
Are you looking for fun activities to do with your toddler at home, but are lacking inspiration? Maybe you’re not great at crafts, like me! Once I was finally able to ditch art as a subject at school I thought my days of drawing laughable trees, wonky flowers and strange stick men were behind me.