Dealing With A Toddler Who Is A Picky Eater

J is now twenty months old and is a picky eater. Having a toddler who only eats a limited selection of foods is hard work. He has reached the stage where he wont eat anything he doesn’t recognise. I am sure many people will say this is my fault to pandering to him. But I would rather him eat something than nothing at all. At the moment the food’s that he will eat are :-… View Post

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Eighteen months old

Eighteen months old today.  Halfway to two. Attitude: Check! Cutes: Check! It’s the combo of doom. J will stand at the front door and cry (or make this weird ehhhgh, ehhhgh, ehhhgh kind of cry/groan sound) to let me know he wants to go out. Then he will do the same sound when it comes to going back home and entering the house. Why so needy, baby? H wants what he wants but has no words… View Post

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Child’s Play

I am not a violent person. I don’t think I am especially angry. But if you’ve ever taken your child to a playgroup then you might just have an inkling of an idea where I’m coming from when I say I have been tempted to flip out at a child – obviously I never would. Here’s what I know. Playgroups are meant to be fun for your children whilst learning different skills, whether it be motor skills or social skills. It really… View Post

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Joshua’s First Haircut

For a while I had being meaning to get Joshua’s hair trimmed, it was getting a little untidy and long in places, but it is just one of those things I hadn’t got round to doing. You know how it is, there is always something else that needs doing or something else comes up. Family members had commented that he needed a hair cut, I had said he needs a hair cut but it still… View Post

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Teething

Ahhhh teething… Of course it all started with that first drop of drool at nine weeks old.  That drop of drool then turned into the steady drip that soaked the neckline of the his t-shirt, making a bib the new must have outfit necessity. That steady drip then turned into the flowing river of drool that soaked EVERYTHING, bib or not!  Now that everything is soaked the inevitable fussy whine starts, which means J is… View Post

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