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We’ve just had a fantastic afternoon at the CBSO (City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra) at an Olympic themed classical concert for children. It began with an art workshop where medals and Olympic flames were produced by the bucketload before the … Continue reading
I am always reading different things on the Internet whilst feeding during the night and last night came across this page about what baby needs to thrive; http://www.babycentre.co.uk/baby/dailycare/whatneedstothrive/ and thought it might be nice to include it on my website. … Continue reading
Knowing our little one was to begin life with a major operation meant we had chance to prepare ourselves a little for what was about to come. We visited all of the hospitals that would be involved and gathered as … Continue reading
I’ve just been reading an article on how/why breastfed babies display more irritable behaviour than formula-fed babies which can come as a shock to new parents. The general gist of the research was that crying is an essential feature of … Continue reading
Since writing my last post, there has been a massive change to my life in the smallest form….I have become a Mom! A very happy Mom at that 🙂 Having a bump was enough to disrupt my routine but, now I’m a little more mobile and feeling 100% better (allbeit with only one hand free to type!), I will attempt to get back into blogging.
As I’m currently on maternity leave and not due back to work til September, my blog will focus on parenting skills, hopefully providing a resource for prospective parents. I will attempt to share any knowledge or tips I’m gaining on my journey and will welcome contributions from all readers! Our new arrival started life needing major surgery after the 20 week scan detected a congenital malformation and our parenting began with a couple of weeks in hospital, so we received lots of support and gained lots of advice from all professions meaning I have plenty to share – I hope you find it useful……….