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How to travel with small kids and not lose your mind

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Is this really possible though? Travelling with small kids without losing your mind? I think it is…. to a degree. One parent/adult and one child is an easily achievable feat. I have travelled with Miss T a number of times and she was a .

5 tips to make sure you eat right (Update: Diastasis Recti Exercises)

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  A few weeks back, I shared an exercise program I would be using to try close my DR (Diastasis Recti). So far so good. Even though I did not measure myself at the beginning of the month when I started. The exercises are easy enough, even .

Mummy unplugged

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Been a while. A lot has happened in that time. Went from being at home fulltime to working full time. It’s a very very long story, but I now work slightly further from home than before which means it takes me longer to get to work and even .

How to child proof your home

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A few days back I shared my experience about the importance of child proofing your home. Tpday I would like to share some tips on how to actually make sure your home is child proof. Plugs: Children love putting their little fingers in the plug .

Sleep training

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Sleep training! Wow! Parenting is not easy is it? I honestly used to think parenting was easy. My parents definately made it look very easy. They seemed to know what they were doing. Now that I have Miss T, I am struggling probably as much as my .

Why it’s important to child proof your home

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When I was pregnant with Miss T, I was paranoid and baby proofing was top of my list. I was going to child proof everything. I researched, I read… Well, we were staying in a smaller place so there wasn’t really much to do but when .

Do children have freedom of choice?

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When I was growing up, I don’t think children had much choice. I was always bombarded with statements like ‘when we were younger…’ Or ‘if it was in my day….’ That made me feel like back in the day, when .