Since summer is right around the corner, you’ll soon start thinking about where to go on holiday and get preparations underway. If you’ve been on holiday with your children before, you’ll know that it isn’t always easy, and sometimes, it feels completely impossible.
It is one of those rites of passage that all parents have to go through. When it is finally time for your child to start school, you might well find yourself feeling a lot of emotions. This is perfectly normal, as it is a transformative time for anyone, and for your child.
So, Eban has been back to school for several weeks now and this year I decided that I was going to adopt an “I’m going to be extra prepared this year” attitude. I think we’ve hit the nail on the head with being prepared and foods like these #ChileanEasyPeelers have been making our school routine so simple.
It seems we live in a world where we’d rather blame everything else for our own faults. Over the years TV, films, music and video games have been blamed for the way certain individuals behave and act when in fact it is down to the person NOT the external influence.
As a parent, you will know just how many clothes your kids go through. Something that fits one day won’t fit the next, and you’ll be constantly keeping up with their growth spurts. This can be particularly hard when you’re sticking to a tight budget. Of course, you can be super prepared by shopping in the sales. Maybe you love the odd discount code or cashback site to help you save on the spending. But there is one thing all of us can try and that is making our own clothes for our children.
As a parent, when you have a toddler, your job is to make sure they experience the world without any mishaps. And yet, it’s not like they’re babies or at an age where they’ve just learned to work, they’re able to experience the world for themselves. A lot of parents think they should be keeping their toddlers on a leash, but smothering them will, in fact, stunt their emotional and social growth.