Christmas is just around the corner and I can’t wait for it. We spend this time with family and friends celebrating Jesus’ birth; we eat really good food and hot drinks in our cozy and warm homes; we are creating everlasting memories and bonding our relationships; […]
What’s there not to love about Christmas? We spend this time with family and friends celebrating Jesus’ birth; we eat really good food and hot drinks in our cozy and warm homes; we are creating everlasting memories and bonding our relationships; and last but not […]
I have been wanting to write about this for a very long time because it has been on my mind a lot. Do we need sugar? Does our body need it and most importantly, do our children need sugar?
My toddler is almost three years old and I can’t lie – he did try chocolate, he had maybe 5 lollypops in total, and he did try other sweets here and there but, he has them so so rarely, I can’t even remember the last time he ate a candy. My 16 month old never had any sweets or chocolate and I’m not planning to introduce it to him any time soon. I get judged for it sometimes and that happens with many things I do, but as a parent, I know what’s best for my children. (more…)
Sustainability means meeting the needs you have now without negatively impacting the needs of future generations, and whether you live in the middle of the countryside or in the center of the city, it is incredibly important. Of course, it’s not plausible or even […]
Last week we visited Paradise Wildlife Park in Hertfordshire and it brought back all sorts of memories. I didn’t visit the zoo many times when I was a child, but I do remember the days I did go to the zoo with family or school. I treasure these memories and I hope my children will do too. This was my children’s first ever visit to a wildlife park. I’ve heard of it before but never imagined it would actually be worth the visit and so big. We spent 6 hours there; the longest we’ve ever spent visiting something with the children and I still feel like I didn’t see it all. (more…)
I know it’s difficult to teach your children one very important skill – to use the toilet; especially if you want to take them to nursery and some of them won’t even accept children that are not potty trained. You also have friends and family […]