When you think about the major joys of parenting and living your life as it is today, chances are there’s a few things that make the list. While yours may vary slightly, with most parents, you’ll find the same kind of themes repeating themselves: Read More
When you become a parent, you are acutely aware of the dangers in the home. Your once beautiful glass coffee table now looks like a sharp-edged baby-hurting tool. Your antique oak unit with all your ornaments is like something out of the Saw movies – dangerous for children! It’s like you can zone in on anything that could potentially hurt your child and your brain is immediately thinking of all the ways you can make each room in the house safe. Given that the living room, nursery, and kitchen are the three main places you and your children will be in the house, they’re naturally the first places you make as child-friendly as possible. The bathroom is usually the last room in the house that gets upgraded, mainly because it’s the place you wash and use the toilet, so you don’t exactly hang out in there all that often. Read More
It’s always a scary time when your child is starting school. After all, they are not used to spending all day away from you. And it can be overwhelming for them being surrounded by other kids and learning all day! However, it doesn’t have to be a stressful experience for your child if you prepare in advance. In fact, it can be a rewarding time for your youngster. Therefore, here are some ways you can prepare your little one for school.
Laying star shape on the bed- hot, bothered and unable to sleep. We’ve all been in this position at one time or another during a heat wave! Since the body has to drop in temperature to initiate sleep, when our surroundings are too warm it can hugely impact our ability to drift off, plus it’s uncomfortable too. With summer on the way, here are some things to bear in mind for those warm nights. Read More
After several years of living in the same house, you know every inch of it like the back of your hand. You can pretty much list the causes of every stubborn stain in the kitchen, know which stairs to avoid if you’re trying to sneak around, and have a mental list of all the things that have needed to be fixed for the past few years. Your house doesn’t have to be in a state of disrepair in order for you to preserve the memories of your years living in it. In fact, regular home maintenance is needed to prevent bigger problems from popping up and costing you a lot of money. Here are some simple repairs you can do yourself to make your house look just as it did when you first moved in. Read More