Blogtober Blog Post Round up

I've managed a whole month doing a blog post EVERY DAY! Go me! I succeeded - I was only planning on 4 times a week and managed to get all of it done.   There are a mix of blog posts ranging from beauty to days out to personal posts - I enjoy being able... Continue Reading →

2000 words of Tweets! / Part 2

  Parenting fact: It will never be tidy. No matter what it is. Kitchen. Bathroom. Bedroom. Clothes. Your language. Never. Ever. Tidy. I don't do weights but I carry a baby and baby bag around while running about so surely that counts for something. Kids will call your name 50 times just to show you... Continue Reading →

2000+ words of my Tweets!

Below are about 100 tweets I've done on my Twitter bryonyAshaw and 2214 words of them! I signed up to Twitter when I was pregnant as I'd taken part in The Insiders Campaigns where you get 'freebies' in return of advertising with friends and family and posting reviews on Supermarkets and leaving reviews at the end... Continue Reading →

Importance of sensory play with Zimpli Kids Bath Slime | Review.

𝙒𝙃𝙊 𝘼𝙍𝙀 𝙕𝙄𝙈𝙋𝙇𝙄 𝙆𝙄𝘿𝙎 A company that design, market, manufacture and supply some of the most unique and innovative children’s toy products on the market! As a young, vibrant company from 2017 they​ are always striving to create fun new products that will safely enhance both the children’s and parent’s experience of playtime. ​In early 2017,... Continue Reading →

FIFTY Blogger stereotypes – are you any?!

So, this is just a fun post not intended to cause offense and let's face it lots of us fall victim to cliches - myself included!   stereotype /ˈstɛrɪə(ʊ)tʌɪp,ˈstɪərɪə(ʊ)tʌɪp/ noun 1. a widely held but fixed and oversimplified image or idea of a particular type of person or thing. "the stereotype of the woman as... Continue Reading →

Why grandparents are important in children’s lives ‘The Age of The Grandparent’

 Television and children’s books often portray grandparents as aged, fussy, domesticated, and sedentary, probably with infirmities, like Roald Dahl for example although this is beginning to change! The stereotype is out of step with demographic realities, as most grandchildren who read children’s books will have grandparents in their forties to sixties and like my Nana,... Continue Reading →

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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