We Started Potty Training!

During these unprecedented times we wanted to do something positive, and put focus on something other than bad news and house arrest! So, we started potty training our son. I have attempted to potty train him a number of times, but literally gave up in a matter of hours after pee and poo on my... Continue Reading →

Challenges of Parenthood

A while ago I posted asking what you'd like to hear about, and I was asked about what parenting challenges I have experienced and how I have overcome them or attempting to overcome them. This is basically the foundation of my blog, and there have been MANY challenges in my parenting journey, and still continues... Continue Reading →

Baby & Child First Aid And CPR

First Aid and CPR is something that has been playing on my mind for a while. What would I do if my son was choking or became unconscious? It's a scary thought, but it's not uncommon for children to pop things in their mouths that they shouldn't, or for a piece of food to become... Continue Reading →

Workin’ Moms

I know I'm not alone here when I say I love the TV show Workin' Moms (currently streaming on uk Netflix), if you haven't seen it, it's a comedy about four working mothers is their thirties, who try to balance their careers, family and love life in modern-day Toronto, Canada. It's been written by Catherine... Continue Reading →

Scaremongering…

This is going to be a rant and i'm sorry. But i'm sick to death of misinformation in the media or should i say selective information. There is yet more scaremongering about measles...we're are told 65% of new measles cases are occuring in London. Please tell me what percentage of those are children, adults, vaccinated... Continue Reading →

What Do You Want To Read About?

With so many "Mum Blogs" out there, it's not always easy to be unique. Yes, I talk about things from my perspective, which may be helpful, and reassuring to other parents. But lately I have found myself thinking about what do people really want to read about. As most bloggers I have many ideas, with... Continue Reading →

How To Deal With a Virus

When our children become unwell, by even a common virus, we worry. My son, who turned two recently, and who has rarely been ill, had a virus and developed a rash. The first thing we did was to check the common symptoms of measles and rubella. But the rash disappeared under glass, and it was... Continue Reading →

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