How You Can Create a Kid Friendly Bathroom 0

A kid friendly bathroom is beneficial in a number of ways. First of all, it stops your kids from hurting themselves in the bathroom. Secondly, it’s makes it a far more welcoming place for them to be! Here’s how you can create a kid friendly bathroom: Make Sure Your

Citrus Bliss Body Butter Recipe 0

Homemade body butters are a fantastic way to create uniquely scented spa type products without breaking the bank. While the initial purchase can seem costly, you only use a small amount of each ingredient for this body butter recipe. Essential oils especially can be reused in so many ways they

Why A Lack Of Sleep Can Be Dangerous For Your Health 0

It just breaks my heart that my kids aren’t sleeping so well lately. I know it’s normal for children to have interrupted sleep, but it makes them so tired and grumpy in the morning. And as for us parents? We can barely function we are so tired! I’ve been

SEVENTY THE NEW FIFTY? 0

I’ve waited 70 years to write this. That’s right: today I’m officially 70 years old! I think most of us get nostalgic on our birthday, especially when it heralds another decade. One of my classmates from high school sent out a group message a few months ago stating that

5 Tips For Travelling With A Baby 0

Travelling with a baby can be a harder job than being a parent if you are not organised. If you want to travel freely and with a calm mind, there are loads of thing to consider before you think about walking out that door. Oh, and please don’t forget

5 Rules for cooking with kids by kids 0

Guest Post from Carly Rogers of Bodnant Welsh Food There comes a time in every child’s life when they become interested in cooking, whether it’s just putting some bread in the toaster or wondering how to make a roast dinner. However, the kitchen can sometimes be a dangerous, which

Hey Kids – Let’s Grow a Garden! 0

I grew up with a father who came from a 2,000 acre family farm and, even though he left farming behind in his latter years, he still maintained one very serious “backyard garden.” We had rows and rows of corn, beans, lettuce, onions, radishes, peppers… you name it, we had it. And