Do you know what to do if your baby stops breathing? It’s not something any of us like to think about, but it’s very important. Last year, research found that only one in four parents would know what to do – and almost three quarters stated that their baby being unable to […]
As long-time followers of the blog will know, we’ve been working on sign language with SB since she was about six months old. It started out as just a casual thing we’d do occasionally – we’d always accompany “thank you” with the British Sign Language sign, for example, and when […]
Little tip: Potential employers don’t want to hear your Makka Pakka impression.
So, as a new university year begins, there are parents up and down the country preparing to take on the task of balancing study with parenting responsibilities. Some are parents to teens and older children, others have newborns and toddlers. Some aren’t even parents yet, but are trying to juggle […]
Tomorrow, our episode of “Baby Faced Mums” is on the channel 5*, between 8-9pm. I’m really nervous. I’ll be avoiding Twitter like the plague from about 7:30pm onwards, as the Twitter reaction to last week’s show has been nothing short of disgusting, with people making snap judgements and disgusting comments […]