One of my favourite parts of this stage in Connors development (the upside to tantrums) is the imagination that has sparked! I love when we pretends to use is bubble stick as a bow n arrow and sticks it into the back of his shirt. Or uses the skipping rope as a fishing rod while…… Continue reading Imaginative play is fun for the whole family
Shame, perhaps I was a #badmom by allowing the monkey to take the blame for the disappearing milk bottle. Every-time we see a monkey now, Connor shouts out “Naughty Monkey, Monkey took my bottle”, which means my poor child is still hung up on this bottle story. https://youtu.be/xlV1G6uD2J0 At the end of the video, you…… Continue reading “The Monkey stole my bottle”
Anyone who knows me well, knows that I can’t stand to see children that aren’t strapped into a car seat or seat belt… I don’t care if you going down the road with your toddler standing on the front seat or if your “big” 10 year old is playing on the back seat and you…… Continue reading Why I changed my mind and bought another carseat
If you are like me, then you devoured the baby books while you were pregnant, trying to be as prepared as you possible can be, however there is nothing that truly prepares you for how your life changes the moment you become a parent. So, I have put together a few things that I didn’t find in…… Continue reading 7 Things the baby books don’t tell you…
Thank you! Today when I wanted the floor to open up and swallow me whole, you were supportive, non-judgemental and helpful. You didn’t say a word, your actions spoke for you. My Connor bean hates the shops and to be brutally honest, I hate to go to the shops with my toddler. Firstly, he thinks…… Continue reading Dear Fellow Mom in the Supermarket
During the day that is, but we are still potty trained. It has been an interesting experience and one that I have to thank Connors day mother, as it was her work during the day that set us up for victory. I did my part at home, in terms on consistency. The moment I diligently…… Continue reading Potty Training – Sorted!
If you are a parent and you haven’t heard of #carseatfullstop then where have you been hiding?!?! It’s this amazing campaign that rises awareness about something that some would think is common sense but unfortunately its not. And its usually the innocent children that feel the effects of the parents lack of common sense &…… Continue reading Don’t wait until it’s too late #carseatfullstop