SEA LIFE Aquarium London – Days Out Guide

Set on the South Bank of the Thames in central London, a visit to the SEA LIFE Aquarium London is a great way to spend the afternoon. Armed with the Days Out Guide offer and visiting on a weekday in term time, you are guaranteed to enjoy some quality time with your toddler or preschooler. Set …

ASTHMA – 8 ways to help your child take their inhaler and more

Does your little one suffer from Asthma or have that typical winter wheeze which requires them to use inhalers? I wrote an article with Jodie Crook from the Children’s Nurse. We teamed together for a 2 part piece which features on Mum on the Rock. It’s a really informative piece.  I share my perspective on our asthma journey with a young …

#Beproud of yourself and not just your children

When we become parents we learn the true meaning of being proud. A large percentage of our time is spent admiring our children, poking them (just to check, not only that they really exist, but that they are still breathing) and feeling a deep sense of satisfaction that we have created an absolutely incredible person destined for …

Easy ways to entertain your toddler when breastfeeding a newborn

Entertaining your toddler whilst breastfeeding a newborn is totally achievable and with some creativity and patience it can be relatively stress free. This article shares some tips I have found helpful and also provides details about other useful websites. All these ideas are also great for whichever approach you choose to take to feed your baby. It’s really …

9 tips to help you cope on little sleep!

Can you cope on very little sleep? I can for a short time, but after that I really begin to struggle! Who else is with me? I had a break from the blog over the Christmas period as I needed to catch up on some serious sleep depravation!! Poorly children make for some long nights. Whilst parenting isn’t …

Happy Hooves Series

If you are looking for a good book to buy why not check out my review of Ta Dah! which featured on MOTR recently. The first book in the Happy Hooves series by Anna Bogie it is suitable for children aged 2+.