With the state of the world constantly changing, you may have concerns about different aspects of your child’s future. While you may not be able to directly control the world or even your child, you might be able to put things into place that can help to remove some of these anxieties. This way, you can at least know that you did as much as you could to give them a positive future. The rest may be up to them to achieve.Continue reading How Can I Feel More Confident About My Child’s Future?
Poor lighting. Eye strain. Headaches. It will be a familiar sounding story to a lot of people and it’s not just because a lot of us were thrust into working from home unexpectedly, harsh overhead lights in the office can be just as bad as the dim 20 watt bulb you chucked in the spare room that was barely used before you turned it into an office, just grateful you had the space.Continue reading Quntis Screen Light Bar
An embarrassingly long time ago now I was sent a wonderful food hamper from Organico, containing a good selection of their organic foods.
We got pasta, olives, breadsticks, sauces, a risotto mix and more. All of it organic and all of it delicious.Continue reading Hero Foods from Organico
Join Norwich Theatre for some fun-packed family days and fantastic shows during the school holidays! From singing to crafting, science trails to TV stars, there are many ways for everyone to get involved this half term [25 – 29 October].
Norwich Theatre covers three stages in the city: Norwich Theatre Royal, Playhouse and Stage Two and all are getting involved. As the city celebrates its annual Science Festival, Norwich Theatre is excited to be joining in and exploring science through creativity!Continue reading Fun with Norwich Theatre this half term
Halloween is one of my favourite holidays. The pumpkins, the weather, the fact hot chocolates are now acceptable and all the colours and fun that come with it. It’s not just for kids and it’s not just about Trick or Treating.Continue reading My Halloween Treats
Bioglan SmartKids is a supplement range of seven chewy & delicious formulas that help support healthy, happy kids. The gummies are formulated to provide children with essential nutrients and 4 of the supplements are vegetarian.Continue reading Bioglan SmartKids
Smart Screen is a revolutionary new antibacterial cloth complete with a detachable pouch, designed specifically for use on phones, laptops, glasses, gaming consoles, infotainment screens – any tech you can lay your hands on! A Blue Shield silver ion agent within the materials’ weave kills 99.9% of bacteria and the microfibre cloth is machine washable at 30℃.Continue reading Win a Smart Screen Cleaning Cloth
Modibodi launches Maternity & Baby to care of you, while you care for baby
The leak-proof apparel brand’s new range supports expectant and new mums and their babies throughout life’s leaks.
Modibodi, the UK’s leading leak-proof apparel brand has launched Maternity & Baby, an entirely new range designed to support mums, bumps and bubs through life’s leaks. From pregnancy to postpartum, nappy needs to breastfeeding, Modibodi are committed to providing sustainable solutions to leaks for all bodies. All the way through life. Better for your body, better for baby, better for the planet.Continue reading Win Modibodi Maternity Wear
Do you have a child who is so very interested in the natural world around them? I do and it is lovely but it comes with a huge amount of questions, which, whilst again lovely, is also very draining! Well I am always looking for ways to answer some of those questions and the GeoSafari SeaScope allows L to see what is actually happening under the water, so instead of asking, he can look.Continue reading GeoSafari SeaScope
A new survey recently released has sadly revealed that nearly 1 in 10 (7%) British women would feel uncomfortable discussing their breastfeeding struggles with their partner. The survey, conducted by Multi-Mam breastfeeding compresses, found the same number of women said they would also feel uncomfortable discussing these issues with their GP and 11% said they would even feel uncomfortable talking about their struggles with their mum.1Continue reading It’s Time to Talk Breastfeeding