5 Ways to Introduce Free Range Parenting in your Day to Day Life

When someone says the phrase “Free Range Parenting” The image that comes to mind is probably one of kids in the woods, building dens, possibly with bowl haircuts and wearing clothes from the 1980s. I would argue that free range parenting is actually a lot more than that. For me, it’s about giving children freedom to learn for themselves, to…

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The Joys and Horrors of Baby Classes

I knew after Boy Child was born that I would need to get out of the house. I was already on the back foot as I didn’t do an NCT class but I was terrified by the pressure to make small talk at baby and toddler groups. A structured “Baby Class” seemed the way to go. I’m pretty much addicted…

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My Money Saving Month February

I love February for money saving because it’s a short month so you’re winning before you even start. It’s also my birthday month so, while I was still saving, it’s possible some money may have been spent on me too! Bought an Annual Pass for the nearby Aquarium My birthday fell in half term this year and so I decided…

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8 Things that Can Help with Postnatal Depression

Postnatal Depression can totally ruin the early months and even years of motherhood. For me, it actually started in pregnancy with prenatal depression and continued until my son was about 6 months old, when I became much more able to see the funny side of motherhood. Here are 8 things I found that help Postnatal Depression, at least for me.…

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The Versatile Blogger Award – Seven Things About Me

Anita from Brazen Mummy Writes has kindly awarded me with the Versatile  Blogger Award. This is something that bloggers can award each other and then we write a blog post telling the person who awarded us it,  7 things they might not have know about us. We then get to award the Versatile Blogger Award to some more bloggers. So…

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