Baby Poo, letting it go…

let-it-go

Week 1 At the beginning there as baby poo. Shit loads of baby poo. OMG It’s bloody endless!!! When will it stop??? Week 2 OMG why hasn’t he/she pooed yet, they need to poo, what should we do? Why haven’t they pooed? Relax, let it go. Your little one will eventually get rid of it.…

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Which Bio-degradable baby wipes are best?

Which Bio-degradable baby wipes are best?

Natty – Unscented wet wipes £8.00 gets you 3 packets of 56 wipes What they say: made from 100% renewable plant based material Time to breakdown down: Unsure What we say: Made from good stuff, but not degradable… Our Full Review We used our one pack up bloody fast, they held together well and we…

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Non-plastic toys made of…. plastic…

Most toys are made from virgin plastic and cannot be recycled… Toys are important If you know anything about us, you may have heard us tooting this horn before. Toys are instrumental in the development of our little ones. They help develop so many skills that, as an adult, we take for granted. The UK…

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Our favourite bloggers 2018

Too many mummy blogs are all about product placement and forcing a story so we have picked our favourite that are still grate for learning about children and growing up, with just a little mummy info. Tigerlilly Quinn It’s about her and her family life with some wonderful photos thrown in too. It feels like…

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Why do toddlers and babies like repetition?

**waves arms up and down** “More, more” “Again, again” ……As you repeat the same silly thing for the 8th time. Even though it’s rewarding when I hear that giggle or see the ear to ear grin, there is actually a very good reason why another cup of tea has gone cold… Repetition is extremely important…

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17 surprisingly fun things to do with your 6 month old

Well, ok it’s not just for 6 month olds – 12 months olds would love some of these activities too. Read – Reading from a young age may encourage early cognitive development. Plus its fun and they love to hear you talking! Sing – As if no one were listening. We are not all Catherine…

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Sensory processing disorder (SPD) – can toys help?

Sensory processing disorder is a state where the brain has trouble processing information collected from the senses. Information comes in thick and fast from every sense in our body. The traditionalist will maintain that there are 5 senses, but there is argument for at least one, possibly 3 more. Touch Taste Sight Smell Hearing (Vestibular)…

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Heuristic Play – Toddlers and their ability to create a masterpiece

Through my classes and teaching I encourage children to play heuristically with or without the objects around them but I try to create a stimulating and engaging environment in every class. When a child learns Heuristically they are discovering for themselves. When a child ‘learns through doing’ they are doing so Kinesthetically. These two style…

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The influence you have on your children

The influence you have on your children Have you ever wondered why your child wants to use your phone so much? Or why your a baby loves playing with your keys. To you, you are their world –  You have a bond together like no other. You have just made an extension to your selves.…

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Baby development milestones 0 – 12 months

We begin with a guest post from Milestones Baby Massage, Clare has shared her baby milestones cheat sheet for the first 12 months of a babies life. It is important to remember that this is only a rough guide and sometimes children achieve the milestones faster and some do take a lot longer, however you…

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