With the lack of clear guidance from our government, I wanted to put forward my plan for how we, as parents, can get through lockdown. Pasties. Pastry…… Read more “A clear route out of lockdown; the three Ps”
I re-did the 16 personalities test recently to see if a) being a parent had changed my result and b) what my result would say about me as a parent.
Just short of a year ago I went part time at work. It’s had its ups and downs but here’s why and how it happened.
GB Pockit+. Small but not so mighty 7 months in to owning one I share our thoughts on how useful this travel buggy is on (and not on) holiday
Our little one has just turned one and it got me thinking about some of the blogs I’ve started this year and never finished. Anyway, here is…… Read more “7 ways to help your partner after a c-section”
Today is the day the bairn goes to nursery. We’ve been through the process of picking one, had the taster days and so far managed to get…… Read more “Picking a nursery”
If you’re planning the timing of your pegnancy don’t plan it so mat/pat pay finishes the month before Christmas 👍 It’s probably a good idea for the working…… Read more “Here’s some top budgeting tips for parents-to-be…”
As you may know, I work as a fundraising manager for a charity who support people with sight loss and other disabilities. I’m (nearly) 9 months in…… Read more “Why being a fundraiser is like being a parent”
*Before you start reading this, I just want to add a caveat that if you’re breastfeeding our top buy probably isn’t for you right now. Our top…… Read more “Parenting, 6 months in: Our best buy(s)”
Part two of my ‘Parenting, 6 months in’ series is the thing I’ve found hardest – you can check out part one (the best bits) here. As…… Read more “Parenting, 6 months in: my least favourite bit so far”