Last weeks blog post from my Dad was very popular so I thought I would share one other piece of writing from him. This time it is a poem which he added on to the bottom of his email to me last week. I hope you enjoy it, I think it is rather sweet and funny.   Come on Little Man It’s time to play Ok Grandad I’ll choose today!   Come on Grandad Lets race, ready steady GO Oh no Little Man I’m far too slow!   Come on Grandad Lets climb that tree Oh no Little Man my… View Post

Today I have a guest post from the lovely Janine at Unhinged Mummy – Tears & Tantrums. She has written a great post telling us her top tips when it comes to toddlers. I need all the tips I can get! Here is Janine with her top ten. I’m going to share with you my top ten toddler survival tips but please bear in my mind that I’m no expert when it comes to kids. Not in the least. However, as the mum of a seventeen, three and one year old, I do have a little bit of first hand experience and… View Post

I have suffered from bloggers block a bit this weekend. It is probably the first time since I have started blogging that I have sat down at Little Man’s naptime, opened up a new post and not had a clue what to write. This week has been uneventful. Little Man has had an infection which has required antibiotics so has not been in the best of moods due to the side effects of said antibiotics. When I have weeks like this, I don’t get a lot of inspiration for posts. There are no exciting trips to the farm or humorous… View Post

Welcome back to my Parenting Hack series. I love things that can make my life a bit easier and that is what this series is all about. I want to talk today about online grocery shopping and what a god-send it is. Let me take you back before I had Little Man. Grocery shopping would be a relaxed affair, I can’t say I particularly enjoyed it but I was in no rush, I could saunter down the aisles picking up what I wanted and stand in queues till the cows came home. Now let me bring you to the now, the… View Post

Dear Litter Dropper, I went to the park with my toddler yesterday and you had left crisp wrappers, cigarette packets, a pizza box to name just three all over the park. Why did you do that? There is a bin on the path into the park, I would estimate about 20 steps away from where you dropped your litter. The bin is even in a shape of a frog, it’s a little fun, don’t you think? Yes, there is a picnic table for picnics of pizzas, crisps and fags but it isn’t a restaurant, someone isn’t going to come and… View Post