5 positive & empowering things to say to your daughter every day + freebie

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We all want our daughters to grow into happy, confident, empowered adults, free of our own mental shackles. Here are 5 positive and empowering things to say to your daughter every day, to encourage her to grow into that person. 1. You are strong Girls are typically judged on their appearance first, with relatives and supermarket strangers innocently saying ‘aren’t … Read More

BlogCrush week 60 – 6th April 2018

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Good morning #BlogCrush crew! Thanks for heading over! As it’s the first Friday of the month, I’m handing over to Wendy to co-host with Lucy. Please visit their posts to join the link up: Lucy at Home – BlogCrush week 60 Naptime Natter – BlogCrush week 60 I’ll be back next week, don’t miss me too much!

13 gentle April Fool’s pranks to play on your toddler

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This year, April Fool’s Day falls on Easter Sunday. As it’s the first year my daughter will really be old enough for April Fool’s pranks, I’m embracing this! I’m not going to get into the ethics of pranking your innocent little child… Of course, every parent knows their child best, and different children will have different levels of tolerance for … Read More

Be kind! It’s never too late to blog it forward

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#BlogItForward was a challenge set by Wayfair to encourage people to do good deeds and spread some kindness into the world in December 2016. I saw Wendy from Naptime Natter’s post about it recently and, not realising it was a year old, excitedly sat down and wrote my post before the deadline of 31st January. What a nob. When I finally realised, I … Read More