Tips for Surviving the Terrible Twos

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Although every child is different, there seems to be that one thing which every child has in common and that would be the Terrible Twos. As a parent, you feel horrible calling such a wonderful time in your child’s life ‘terrible,’ but there is no other way to describe the rapid onset of temper tantrums or your toddler’s stubborn resistance to being told what to do. While you, as a parent, know the purpose behind what you are instructing your… Continue Reading “Tips for Surviving the Terrible Twos”

#Win a Fab TUM TUM Lunchbox Set – Designed by parents, loved by kids

Remember learning to feed yourself? Of course you don’t, you were too busy getting spaghetti in your hair. But now you’ve got kids of your own you can see the problem. Tum Tum products, designed by parents, are big on design and functionality and are packed full of clever design features to help children feed themselves independently. Based in the beautiful Peak District, TUM TUM started with cutlery sets has now added lots of new products – bowls and plates… Continue Reading “#Win a Fab TUM TUM Lunchbox Set – Designed by parents, loved by kids”

How to get your Kids using Cutlery

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Babies and toddlers are continually learning and developing their motor skills, cognitive ability, and personal habits and preferences. For parents, there’s nothing quite as exciting as watching their kids steadily scaling new mental heights and achieving new physical milestones. Sometimes though, parents need to take control of their development, particularly when it involves complicated areas that require multiple leaps of mental and physical advancements such as developing healthy eating habits. A great way to start toddlers on the right path… Continue Reading “How to get your Kids using Cutlery”

The Grotlyn by Benji Davies – Review

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Bedtime stories are very important in our house and although Eliza and Isaac are busying reading their own books now, they love listening in to Sebby’s stories. Over the last few months, Eliza has flown up the reading targets at school and has moved on from basic school reading books to the likes of Roald Dahl and Miranda Hart, but that hasn’t stopped her from liking shorter reading books too. We were sent The Grotlyn by Benji Davies to review… Continue Reading “The Grotlyn by Benji Davies – Review”

3 Kid Friendly Activities To Enjoy This Winter

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The cold weather can make it a little more challenging to think of kid-friendly activities. In summer, taking a ball and a picnic to the park makes for a fun, simple day out for all the family, but in winter parents may have to get a little more creative. Here are three examples of fun activities that the little ones can enjoy even when temperatures start to fall. Winter Wonderland Winter Wonderland, in Hyde Park, has so much going on… Continue Reading “3 Kid Friendly Activities To Enjoy This Winter”