“You ALWAYS say that...” “You NEVER take the rubbish out...” “You are always complaining about that...” “I’m cleaning up after you all the time” “You can’t understand me...” “You never listen to me” “NOTHING EVER pleases you!” “Let’s just get divorced then...!” Have you ever found yourself saying some of these phrases? Then you may have succumbed to … Continue reading What NOT to say in your Marriage – Words and Phrases to steer clear of in Marriage.
My 2 year old daughter has become very chatty - she loves to talk whilst she is playing, whilst she is out and about, at the dinner table and especially when it's time to say goodnight, she suddenly starts gibbering away something very quickly to make me stay in her room! She is a lot … Continue reading 7 Tips to Help your Baby and Toddler Flourish in their Speech
If you are a stay at home mum, or even a working mum, it isn’t always easy. Some days are great, we get a lot of house work done, the kids are in a good mood, dinner stays on the table not the floor and we finish the day feeling like we have achieved something! … Continue reading Becoming a Mum Who Fills Her Cup First, Till it’s Overflowing
Last week I talked about the importance of family time and how to create a great family environment at home! This week I want to share some practical idea's you could try to bring your family closer together. He makes the whole body fit together perfectly. As each part does its own special work, it … Continue reading 40 Ideas for a Fun Family Time With Toddlers
The other day we were getting ready for dinner, Kara was hungry and I was trying to get the food on the table, daddy’s phone rang and he answered it and Kara shouted at him “No daddy, not phone time now!” At first I can’t help but laugh, but I saw it - mini me! … Continue reading 4 Kinds of Behavior to Model for your Kids
It’s very easy as a mum to get lost in all of the things we need to do. All the laundry and the dishes, wiping kids noses, changing dirty nappies, nursing, feeding, runs to school, meals to cook, games to play, tantrums to sort out, floors to clean, tables to wipe, baths and stories and … Continue reading 4 Steps to Keep the Secrets of Your Heart Alive