I believe that learning to swim is one of the most important things a child can learn and so I knew that I always wanted to make sure that my children attended swimming lessons no matter what. Both Ivy and Albie started swimming lessons straight after they'd had their baby jabs. Ivy joined another swimschool… Continue reading Swimming lessons with Otter tots 🏊♂️
In my last post I spoke about the things that had gone really well in the last year and things that hadn't been quite so perfect. This is a post dedicated to a very special little girl who I wanted to write a lot more about and so decided to do it separately. I want… Continue reading In memory of Lily❤
Everyday we are edging closer to the day I no longer have a baby and somehow now have a 1 year old. The first year of motherhood is tough, but I have to say it's a hell of a lot easier with your second then your first - at least it was for me. I… Continue reading When you realise your baby is nearly 1…
As a qualified early years teacher I often use the abbreviation EYFS in daily life whether it be talking to parents, posting on social media or just in conversation, however it dawned on me recently that unless you are aware of educational terms you probably have no idea what I'm on about and just smile… Continue reading What does EYFS even mean?
Since having Albie last October, I have often been asked how our 5 year age gap between our children works and so decided to write up my thoughts for you all to read 😍 Ivy was born in 2011 when I was only 20 years old and was quite a *suprise* to say the least.… Continue reading The 5 year age gap between my small ones 😊