When you’ve got a bigger than average baby or toddler there are definitely some things you need to be aware of. I’m talking about my son who has been on the 99th percentile since 6 weeks old and what I’ve learned about big babies.
After the shocking death of a relative, I was in the position of having to decide whether to take my 12 month old son to the funeral. I weigh up the pros and cons and talk about the decision I made, sharing my tips about the experience.
We needed a crash course on financial planning for a baby after my husband thought that we’d only need to use one or two nappies a day! I share the ten things you need to take into consideration when thinking about your financial future after increasing family size.
An informative and respectful look at the chickenpox vaccination and what the NHS and World Health Organization have to say about it. Includes the opinion of 20 parents on whether they would choose to vaccinate privately.
Recently I’ve been talking to friends and fellow bloggers about morning and evening routine. As William hit 12 months and beyond, we started wondering how it worked in other peoples homes. It’s quite interesting to see the range of answers I received and how interested people were in my morning and evening routine too!
Did you know that self employed dads qualify for zero paternity leave and that shared parental leave can’t be taken between self employed parents? I’m discussing self employment, maternity and paternity and why it needs to change.