On December 14th 2018 we braved the transatlantic red eye with the girls to go and visit my family and friends back in the UK. It was Aria's first flight and to say we were a little nervous was an understatement. Back in October in the deep trenches of her colic when we booked the… Continue reading A Day Trip To London With A Baby and Dino-Mad Toddler
Maternity leave is amazing. I get to spend lots of quality time with the kids, wear leggings or PJs all day long and watch tons of daytime TV (I've watched so much HGTV I'm positive I can now redecorate a run down farm house on a $50 budget). Living in Canada means that I am… Continue reading A Day In The Life Of A Mum On Maternity Leave As Told By GIFs
There is nothing more humbling than a screaming child at 37,000 feet. As you "shh" them desperately through gritted teeth and offer them everything from stickers to your kidney if they just cooperate all you can think of is "why the fresh heck did I put myself through this?" Pretty much anyone who has ever… Continue reading Little frequent flyers. Activities and advice for surviving long haul flights with toddlers.
"It's just colic sorry", my doctor said to me with a casual shrug as I sat in his office with red rimmed eyes, wearing leggings that I had worn for more days than I care to mention and unkempt hair bouncing my crying baby around. "But she won't stop screaming, please diagnose her with something… Continue reading Tips and Advice For Surviving The Colic Storm From A Mum Who’s Been There
Congratulations, now that you're a mum you will perpetually be running a little late. Tardiness is a fact of parenting like how you will lovingly prepare your child's favourite food for dinner only to be met by gagging, tears and the revelation that it is no longer their favourite food and you are a disgrace… Continue reading How to get your toddler out of the house in 38 easy steps