Holiday season is here and with Covid restrictions easing up more you may be getting ready to pack those bags and getting away for a week or two. But what happens with your child’s routine on holiday? Do you need to stick to it and if so why and how can you perhaps work around it?
In this blog today I am going to explore this all for you and explain the how’s and whys!
Here we come summer holidays!
When it comes to travelling with children it does not always fill one with joy. Longs days, cooped up in a small space for hours and multiple snacks allll day it seems! It can be fun though, it will be a busy full on day and nothing like travelling solo…that is for sure!
Here is my ultimate guide of top tips when travelling with your littlest members of the family to make the experience a little smoother for you all…
“Pleeeassse trrry this darling, pleeeasssse eat just this tiny bit, just one tiny bite for mummy”… please…?
Are you often repeating these phrases at mealtimes? If you are struggling with a fussy eater or even just want to keep that picky eating at bay you are in the right place to read all about why you may have a fussy eater and how to deal with the situation.
Fourth time round Mum, Kate had this sleep thing in the bag…then lockdown happened. And home schooling with a new born happened. And sleep deprivation happened. Co sleeping and sling naps became the norm, It was the only way to get through the day and ensure everyone’s needs were being met in some shape or form, but Mum got to a point this was not sustainable anymore.
She knew Minty needed more consolidated sleep and the rest of the family's needs were not being met.
Read on to find out how Kate’s family went from sleep deprivation to calm, peaceful nights with great day time naps to top it off!
Crash! You hear a thud on the floor and then the pitter patter of little feet and suddenly your little toddler is down the stairs or in your bedroom! How did this happen all of a sudden, what are we going to do?
This is a very normal progression and many children at some point do work out how to escape their cot. I am often asked when is the right time to move my child into a toddler bed or a single bed. So let’s explore this.