In support of the recent campaign by Laura Moore AKA Mum On A Mission to get Walt Disney World/Disneyland resorts to see the dire need of ‘Changing Places‘ toilet facilities in their parks, I wrote an open letter to Disney explaining the sad reality behind exactly why my children will Never get to experience the magic like every other kid does in their childhood. Mum On A Mission in the Media; Mum SLAMS Disney after having to change severely disabled son on toilet floor Dear Disney, My name is Fi and I’m a 29yr old Mum of two little girls … Continue reading Dear Disney | Why my children will Never experience the Magic…
I’ve always been a big lover of arts and crafts, mainly stemming from my childhood as my parents enrolled me in a lot of summer holiday clubs. As I couldn’t participate in many physical activities, I’d end up being creative … Continue reading Our Experience with #Toucanbox | Subscription Box Review
[THUMBNAIL: The girls bundled up feeding the ducks at the park] Every parent looks forward to the much anticipated (and well deserved!) rest from the mondane mandatory task of the school run! The guilt eats at us during term time as we feel we hardly see our littles and don’t always have to means to spoil them at the weekends. Yet somehow feel equally guilty turning the holidays/half-terms when we, like many British familys with the current economy, just don’t have the means to splurge on extortionate day trips to Alton Towers, Butlins or a weekend caravan holiday in Wales. … Continue reading What We Got Upto | Easter Holidays
Going on a long-haul train journey with small children can be a daunting experience. Little ones aren’t as good at occupying themselves in unfamiliar places with limited resources, unlike you and I. So it’s upto us as parents to think … Continue reading Entertaining The Littles On The Train
(Title Image: Abbie 3yrs old in shopping trolley + an example of her healthy lunches) Almost every parent ends up with one child that always was or becomes a fussy eater at some point. Usually somewhere around 2-3 years old (the dreaded terrible-twos phase!) Many a parenting article will have you believe it’s caused by some buried emotional trauma/bad habit accidently created during the weaning onto solids stage. Coincidentally it’s usually an article that offers a miracle cure for the fusspots in your life, such as to reel you into buying an extortionately priced section plate that make meal times … Continue reading Healthy Eating With Your Little Fusspot!