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Making Time For Yourself

Making Time For Yourself

Don’t forget to look after You. When you are trying to juggle all of your commitments, it may seem that there is little time for anything else. Make time for yourself each week even if it’s a small amount of time. You will be able to increase that time as your...
Cherish The Moments

Cherish The Moments

Cherish The Moments.  Enjoy raising your children, even the most challenging phases will soon pass.   Those first few months can be incredibly tough when you are exhausted from lack of sleep, frequent feeding and other issues such as reflux or colic. I quite like...
The Trouble With Parenting Guides

The Trouble With Parenting Guides

Your child is as individual as you are. Parenting guides are helpful but may not be the best fit for your child. There is nothing you are doing wrong and there is nothing wrong with your child. You just need a different way.   Comparisons between children can...
The Perfect Parent Is A Myth

The Perfect Parent Is A Myth

The “Perfect Parent” is a myth. Don’t compare yourself to a fictional character. It will only end in frustration. The same goes for the “Perfect Child” and the “Perfect Family”.   Parenting101 was the first post I wrote when I started my blog. I had been...
Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy (CMPA)

Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy (CMPA)

Our Story My first baby was suspected to have Cow’s Milk Protein Allergy (CMPA) after he developed a rash at 5 weeks of age. He also had reflux, change in his stools (poo) with lots mucus, and poor weight gain. I was breastfeeding at the time and occasionally giving...
Babywearing Accessories To Keep Baby Warm

Babywearing Accessories To Keep Baby Warm

As the temperatures drop in London and we wrap up nice and warm I thought it would be the perfect time to write a post on babywearing accessories and share some of the ones I have loved. When I first started babywearing, I used a regular baby blanket wrapped around...
The Untold Stories: Miscarriage

The Untold Stories: Miscarriage

Sometimes the most significant stories of our lives are the ones we find the most difficult to share. If you follow me on my social media profiles or have had conversations with me over the last 5 weeks, would you have known that beneath all those vibrant images and...
Crying Babies Part 2: Infant Colic

Crying Babies Part 2: Infant Colic

In my previous blog post, “Crying Babies: Why Do Babies Cry?”, I wrote about my own experience and viewpoint on infant crying. What I touched on, but didn’t go into, was this thing we refer to as “colic”.   What is colic? If a baby cries for more than...
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