The Book of You: A Record of Childhood

Ok, so as Rory’s 1st birthday rapidly approached, I felt like a terrible mother... that pregnancy journal and baby book that are full to the brim with anecdotes and records, just like Erin’s are? Non-existent. Sorry, kid. BUT I made a pact with myself to fail the record keeping no more. Introducing Colour Chronicles - The … Continue reading The Book of You: A Record of Childhood

Chat, Play, Read: Simple Tips to Help Your Child

This month, I'm working with the Department for Education on a campaign to raise awareness of the importance of home learning environments for children's success. Too many children (28% of children in England) are not meeting the expected level of development in their communication, language and literacy by the time they leave Reception. Learning starts at … Continue reading Chat, Play, Read: Simple Tips to Help Your Child

Top Tips for Happy Mums: Part One

Following on from my recent workshop at the Mother Hen Club retreat (which was absolutely beaut by the way), I thought I'd share these five simple top tips for improving happiness in the day-to-day life of a stay/work at home mum, which can be monotonous and tougher than you ever thought it could be! 1. MEDITATE - Find … Continue reading Top Tips for Happy Mums: Part One

Breastfeeding: What I Wish I had Known

This week, Catherine, mum to 13 month old Daisy, shares her breastfeeding story and top tips... Don't forget to get in touch if you'd like to write a guest blog post - no experience necessary! If you had told me within the first six weeks of me having my daughter Daisy that I'd still be breastfeeding over a … Continue reading Breastfeeding: What I Wish I had Known