This article ’10 of the best wooden toys for kids this Christmas’ is a collaboration between Kind to Kidz and Little Peeps Eats.
If you are looking for something a bit different, that you know will last, and looks gorgeous in any child’s room or nursery décor, wooden toys are your best bet. This article may be called the best wooden toys for kids this Christmas, but in truth, wooden toys for kids are awesome any time of year.Continue Reading →
This article ‘Simple healthy lunch ideas for busy mums’ is a collaboration between Baby Bento and Little Peeps Eats.
I can’t believe how long I’d been neglecting my own health and nutrition. Especially when I place so much importance on ensuring my kids eat a healthy, balanced diet. Particularly at lunchtime! Why is it that I will stand there for 10 minutes to prepare a variety of healthy lunch foods for my kids, and then make a quick piece of toast for myself? It makes no sense. It’s almost embarrassing, but I’m all about being honest and I figure if I do this, chances are there are some other mummas that are in some bad habits also.
This year I’ve focussed a lot on self care, making sure that I’m not just looking after everyone else in the family – but myself as well. Starting with lunches!
I work part time – so you’ll see some of the simple healthy lunch ideas below are suited to mums at home, and others suited to working mums also.Continue Reading →
Mothers Day is fast approaching so mark in on your calendar, the second Sunday in May. There is nothing more special and personalised than a homemade gift. These are the presents that we remember for years to come, the presents we ooohhh and ahhhh over and the ones that bring a tear to our eye. We hope you enjoy our Flower Pot craft idea! Continue Reading →
“Put your phone down mummy”. Those words still cut through me. I was awash with mothers guilt. I felt ashamed and guilty that I was trying to hide the fact that I was responding to emails rather than watching Orlando put on a little show for me. We hadn’t seen each other all day, and yet somehow I still couldn’t dedicate five minutes to my son. He’s only 2.5 years old and yet he could see straight through me.
I thought to myself “I’m a shit mum”.
The mothers guilt that I felt that day, and seem to feel every day, is a constant battle.Continue Reading →