Toilet Training Advice

Questions you ask yourself!: How can I tell if my child is ready to start potty training? Most children will be ready for potty training sometime between two and four years of age but there are factors that are much more important than age. Diapers may be on the way out if your child: Stays... Continue Reading →

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Bassetts Vitamin Adventure Week

There’s never a dull moment in family life, especially during the Summer holidays. That’s why Team Come Round are working with Bassetts Vitamins to offer families like mine the chance to host an August Adventure Week party! Don’t you sometimes find that family time could be summed up like this: Wake up reluctantly with a... Continue Reading →

Mini U for kids!

What is Mini U for kids Mini-U is a collection of haircare, bath and body care and hairbrushes for kids and families designed with the highest quality formulations at affordable prices and packaged with fun in mind. Mini-U sells products for kids that take the ‘boring’ out of bath time and add the ‘style’ into... Continue Reading →

The Visual Baby Poo diaries: TEN Bits Of Information.

Expect to find a greenish-black, tarry, sticky stool that looks like motor oil in your newborn's nappy. Since Meconium is made of amniotic fluid, mucus, skin cells, and other stuff ingested in the womb, it doesn't really smell - so you may not realise it's time for a nappy change.When your baby is two days to four days old, his stools will become lighter in colour - sort of an army green, and less sticky. This transitional stool is a sign that he's started digesting early breastmilk or formula and that his intestinal tract is fine.

TOP 10 TIPS for childrens bedtime

Lack of sleep? You must be a parent! Don’t find that joke funny? Fair call - sleep deprivation has a way of surgically removing our sense of humour. Besides, there’s nothing terribly funny about walking through your days in a zombielike state, teary, fatigued, permanently forgetful, and did we mention moody? Ok, let’s not mention... Continue Reading →

Child’s Farm – product review

What is childs farm? Childs Farm is a new product I've found and love! It's also an award winning British brand that believe every child should feel happy in their skin whether it’s normal, sensitive, dry or eczema prone. I was extemely happy to be sent three full bottles - to sample as my son... Continue Reading →

A book on separation – a child book review.

Summary Text and illustrations of dinosaur characters introduce aspects of divorce such as its causes and effects, living with a single parent, spending holidays in two separate households, and adjusting to a stepparent. Author Notes Author and illustrator, Marc Brown was born in Erie, Pennsylvania in 1946. He attended the Cleveland Institute of Art. After... Continue Reading →

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