Category: little ones

Baby Beach Essentials

Baby Beach Essentials

Whether you live by the sea or are simply dreaming of a summer holiday, any parent can tell you that going to the beach with kids  can require a lot of forward planning! Here in Calabria I spend most days on the beach as it […]

Baby Yoga with a View

Baby Yoga with a View

Baby yoga on a rooftop terrace with stunning views of the sea. A perfect moment of relaxation and bonding between mother and child. Right?

More free nursery printables

More free nursery printables

My little one is growing fast, nothing seems to fit her anymore and so, that means just one thing,  it’s time to change up her nursery art.  If you are looking for some inspiration, look no further than this beautiful collection of free nursery printables I’ve gathered together from around the interweb. What I love about these is the fact that you can quickly update the look of your little one’s room at virtually no cost, just some nice frames and a colour printer. It gives your munchkin something beautiful to look at too! Click on the picture to go to the site, download, print, frame, display and remember to show your love to the artists. You’re very welcome. (more…)

The little things

The little things

I imagined motherhood to be pretty similar to how it is in yoghurt adverts.  A gorgeous well-manicured, fashionably dressed, perfect-haired, youthful looking mum (which would obviously be me) scooping up smiling, adoring children as they migrate from room to room in their scandinavian-styled spotless house. […]

7 things noone tells you about becoming a parent

7 things noone tells you about becoming a parent

Becoming a parent is the most unequivocal life-changing event that most of us will ever encounter.  Our bodies were designed to be pregnant for 9 months for a reason; to give us time to get to grips with what is about to happen and to make […]

Becoming a mum: year one

Becoming a mum: year one

The last year has flown by in a flurry of nappies, sleepless nights, endless photos, late night cuddles, what-the-hell-am-i-doing? moments and love so strong I didn’t know it existed.  And despite the bags under my eyes, the extra kilos, the sleep deprived bickering and the not-so-attractive bits which I’m sure weren’t like that before, I’m proud (and relieved) to say that we have survived year one.  I am now the proud owner mother of a hyperactive toddler and a new chapter of mishaps and misadventure lies before me. So what have I learnt? (more…)