Guest Post: Pathological Demand Avoidance (PDA) by Steph’s Two Girls

For this guest post I’m delighted to feature Steph Curtis who writes the blog: Steph’s Two Girls. Here Steph tells us her story of finding out that her daughter has Pathological Demand Avoidance, a form… View Post

What it really feels like to be 40 weeks pregnant

In all honesty – huge and fed up now. Yesterday was my due date. This time round I’m not worrying about going overdue, as I have a plan in place for getting baby out this… View Post

What do pregnancy cravings really mean?

Cravings are something many women will experience during their pregnancy. From indulgent treats to weird and wonderful foods, cravings can seem random, but they may actually be your body’s way of telling you that you’re… View Post

Mum’s Guide To Talking To Your Teenage Daughter About Body Confidence

The teenage years are difficult for girls for many reasons—and one of which, of course, is that they are faced with all kinds of challenges to their body confidence as they grow into women. Consider… View Post

How to create the perfect garden

We all dream of creating the perfect garden. But what is the perfect garden? A garden should be a place where you can spend time as a family, without worrying about what the kids are… View Post

Totally Unicorns: Magazine Review & Giveaway for children who love Unicorns

Does your child love unicorns? Then the brand new Totally Unicorns magazine is for them. We were delighted to be given the opportunity to review the magazine and run a giveaway for three of my… View Post

Does money make your world go round?

Money. It’s a funny thing. It can make us happy, or it can drive us mad that we haven’t got enough of it to do exactly what we want to do. As well as this… View Post