Advertising in France is worlds apart from what I’m used to back in the UK. Back home you can’t turn on the radio, watch the TV or go into any sort of populated area without being bombarded by reminders about the next upcoming holiday. In France, things are different. It helps that we don’t have … Lire la suite Valentine’s Day in France
February 2nd-9th is Children’s Mental Health week, with this year’s theme being ‘find your brave’. I did a bit of internet-delving to find some ways that we can start to support our children’s mental health when we’ve got a sprog as young as Thalia – who will be 2 in 16 days!!! And I wanted … Lire la suite Children’s Mental Health Week
I’m not talking about a jokey little nibble on the ear, I’m talking about the very real urge to bite a chunk out of that delicious bottom. I was reading about this topic on another mummy blog a little while ago and felt an immediate sense of relief that it’s a real thing for people … Lire la suite Why we want to eat our babies
Writing about Thalia’s birth is something that I’ve wanted to do for some time, both as a way of documenting it and to (hopefully) come to terms a little more with the fact that it didn’t go how I wanted it to. In any way. And I think I can say that it has worked, … Lire la suite Thalia’s birth story
Since my original post on must-have newborn products I have been keeping a list of everything else I couldn’t have lived without, with the intention of giving new mummas some product advice for slighter older babies. This is not posted in real time, Thalia is 8 months old now… the blog has escaped me for … Lire la suite Must-haves for babies under 6 months
The big 6 month mark passed last month, meaning that it was time for a large IKEA delivery, copious amounts of research, and the start of our journey into baby-led weaning. For those who don’t know, baby-led weaning is a method whereby a baby is given solid food from the very start, as opposed to … Lire la suite The big eat begins!