I was debating whether I should or not make a post about this, but since I have an experience with the cry it out method, I thought it may help a new mum that is struggling and wants to try it out. This method is the one everyone loves to hate and I get it … Continue reading The cry-it-out method
I can easily say that this is my favourite age of George so far and for so many reasons. It is amazing watching his personality develop every single day, watching his excitement grow over the tiniest of things and having conversations with him in a way I would have had with an 8-year old. I … Continue reading A thank you note to my 3 year old!
A question I often get asked is how is life with two compared to life with one baby and honestly it is amazingly chaotic. It is definitely a roller coaster of emotions, it is like you go through all of the emotions on a daily basis, you are happy, frustrated, sad, emotional, excited and all … Continue reading Life with two almost under two (toddler & baby)
As a mum I try to raise my kids with good manners and I want them to be kind! Olivia is still a baby so I focus more on George and to be honest he is so caring and such a kind kid it really makes my heart burst every time! The problem is that … Continue reading Sprinkles of kindness
I had my baby girl 6 months ago and my toddler was 2 years and one month old at that point. Before having her I was constantly searching for tips on how to introduce the new baby to my toddler. My mum guilt was over the roof and I was so worried about everything. I … Continue reading Preparing your toddler for the new baby
Now that you toddler has shown signs that he or she is ready for potty training (read: Potty training: the signs) you have to do your preparation before beginning the potty training process. Choose the right timing There is no right or wrong time. If for example your toddler shows sings but you are busy … Continue reading Potty training: Preparation & Process
As a first time mum you stress about everything, from the day you see those two pink lines you start stressing out about the financial stuff, the breastfeeding, the hospital bag. It is all constantly in your mind. That is definitely not a bad thing and it is completely normal. Then you actually give birth … Continue reading Things I know now, that I wish I knew with my first born