Looking outside at the weather today it looks pretty much the same as last Saturday, the only difference is that today I am sitting here typing up this post and last week I was about half way through a very enjoyable day out with just Little Bean and myself. I am very aware of the . . . → Read More: Much needed girlie time thanks to MyVue
When your child starts school you wonder how they will cope, will they love school? Will they hate it? Will they make friends, or will they be a loner? I had all of those anxieties and more when Little Bean started school because she would be going to a school she she only knew one . . . → Read More: Little Bean brings home Leo again!
Reading doesn’t come naturally to everyone and so picking up a traditional book may not always be the best form of learning for some. Alternatively, if you do have a child who enjoys learning to read, it can be helpful to find additional ways of keeping their reading journey fun. I was recently asked . . . → Read More: Have you tried Reading Eggs? Get your extended FREE trial here!
The Emotional Fallout is Significant –
Abbott Launches New Solutions to Help Mums Tackle the Issue
MAIDENHEAD, 16 January 2014. Abbott today unveils new research1 revealing that fussy eating habits affect more than eight in ten families across the UK.
The results of the survey1 of over 1000 parents, commissioned . . . → Read More: Over 80 Percent of UK Parents Have Children Who Are Fussy Eaters
If you go down to Costa today, you’re sure of a great surprise . . . because Perry the Penguin Gingerbread has arrived to put a smile on the faces of the younger visitors. To celebrate Perry’s arrival 10 bloggers were selected to take part in a Perry the Penguin Challenge. Over the course of . . . → Read More: When Perry the Penguin came to visit #PerryOnTour
Last year started with a bang for us and probably the event that will mark 2013 as a great year for us was the arrival of our cheeky little chappy Jelly Bean on 31st January. After Beanie Boy we didn’t think we would have any more children but as often as I would tell people . . . → Read More: Moments that mattered in 2013
Last Thursday afternoon (16th January) marked a bittersweet moment for me as I breastfed Jelly Bean for the very last time. I consider myself to be a very lucky Mummy because when I first became a Mum in 2008 to Little Bean my breastfeeding journey began. Like many expectant Mums I knew from the . . . → Read More: The end of my breastfeeding journey . . .
Up until now Little Bean’s playdates have been pretty successful. She hasn’t had loads of them as I have either been heavily pregnant or with a new baby since Little Bean started at school but I had tried to invite friends as and when I can for her because I do worry that she isn’t . . . → Read More: The den that rescued the playdate!
My troubles as a Mum of a fussy eater have been well documented here on Mummy Matters. My troubles with Little Bean seriously affected my confidence as a parent when it came to weaning Beanie Boy, although thankfully he was a different kettle of fish and has been more open to trying out new foods. . . . → Read More: Plum Mighty 4 – Super Snacks for Mini Mouths and Fussy Eaters
On Saturday night Beanie Boy excitedly packed his bags and went to stay at Nanna’s house for a sleepover which meant that we were left at home with Little Bean and Jelly Bean. As soon as we told Little Bean that Beanie Boy was going to Nanna’s house she declared that she would sleep in . . . → Read More: Little Bean’s a ‘mini’ Mummy