Most wish for a new screen gadgets or an upgrade of current one. Often parents find that the time after Christmas is taken up with their kids being on the screens, not interested in family face to face time and it all ends in nagging and telling off. So, therefore, it is important to give this topic some mindful attention before the festive season starts – so our kid’s screens and ours won’t dominate Christmas. Continue reading
How to get the most out of the month of December
The month of December is often associated with worries about getting it all done on time, having enough money to buy what they kids want, Christmas events and making sure we give the right gift to the right people. But it does not have to be like this. You can create the month of December you want and have the Christmas you hope for! Continue reading
Children’s dream, go and get LOTS of sweet for free just by putting out a bucket – can be their parent’s nightmare!
But actually this can be a time to teach our kids a good lesson about physical and oral health, kindness, saving, earning and making choices. Wow you might think, how? So here are our top tips to get through the Halloween sweet indulgence: Continue reading
It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but for many parents Christmas can be a time of stressing, overspending, pressure from kids/loved ones and yourself to create the perfect Christmas time. So why not try to make this Christmas about how you would like it to be, as a parent. What kind of memories would you like to create for your kids? What can you do, to do the things that you like to do with your family, friends and for yourself? Continue reading
Be a Creative Parent this Halloween
Being a special needs parent can be very difficult on normal days. Add a special event or holiday and often parents are overwhelmed. It is only with careful preparation and creative thinking that you can get through another of those days. Continue reading