Living Arrows 1/52 (2018)

When I first started blogging several years ago, I had no idea that there was a blogging community. It turns out there are some really lovely people who also blog. Some of them are amazing and I really do enjoy reading other people’s posts. To get involved with the community a little bit more and to document my children growing up and how they change, I have decided to join a blog linky called Living… View Post

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5 Fun Activities to Keep Kid’s Brains Active During The School Holidays

We are two weeks into the summer school holidays, we are having fun and enjoying relaxing. One thing I am aware of is how easy it is to spend too much time with technology. Everything should be in moderation. It is important that they keep their little brains active.. Here are 5 fun activities which will hopefully help with summer boredom and build up their thinking skills. 1. Visit your local library Visiting your local… View Post

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Helping Your Child Over Come Bedwetting

Of all the skills your child masters as they grow, one of the hardest is managing their bladder. Some children seem to master it without a problem but other children struggle. Bedwetting is night time ‘accidents’ that happen when a child is asleep. They either don’t get the urge to visit the toilet or they are in such a deep sleep, they don’t wake resulting in a wet bed. It is frustrating and embarrassing for… View Post

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Photographic Memories

I love my DSLR as much as a child. I treasure it and it brings me untold joy. But what did we do before phones could take photos? E went through stages of being camera-averse and thusly, reacted strongly to the sight of the big Canon coming at her. J just wants to grab hold of it. A mobile phone though? Can be quite the sneaky little snapper and I often take photos without my kids objecting.… View Post

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Being Mummy!

The first word I hear most days is “Mummy”, followed by a tender “I love you” or “good morning” or “Can I have chocolate for breakfast?” Or in J’s case I get a I’m hungry whinge! Before my eyes are even open, before my brain has fully adjusted to the reality of no more sleep. I am reminded that before all else, I am Mummy . I have two little people depending on me to… View Post

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