Category: Baby


The very early days and months with baby are HARD. The midwives and healthcare visitors will encourage you to do ‘tummy time’ but that’s sometimes easier said than done. See these 5 benefits of regular tummy time sessions.


Christmas is, of course, one of the most magical, sparkliest times of the year. It’s a sensory feast for the eyes and there are so many things your little one will want to grab. The problem is, a lot of Christmas decorations aren’t suitable for very small babies to explore. Our solution? Pop them in to a sensory bottle!


Half-way through your babies first year, you’ll probably start to notice an increase in movement – the days of baby staying in one place are almost over! They may start shuffling forwards, pushing up onto their knees or sitting up. Read more…


By the time your baby reaches their three-quarter year milestone, they are practically unrecognisable from the teeny tiny newborn bundle. They may be sitting, crawling or even pulling up to stand. In short, they are unlikely to be in the Read more…


Tabies (not quite a baby, not quite a toddler) are full of curiosity so when I knew we had a holiday coming up, I was admittedly a little concerned as to how we’d keep my 14 months occupied… Going on Read more…


If you’re anything like me, you’ve likely gone through countless baby wipe packs already. Start saving them up, so you can use them for this ‘baby peekaboo’ activity. Baby wipe lids Cardboard (we used one side of a box) Glue Read more…


If you don’t use baby wipes, this sensory board is a great alternative to the ‘lift the flap’ DIYs I’ve shared here before. Read on to find out how you can make one…


I genuinely believe that young explorers need to go through the messy stage of experimentation before being capable of playing in a ‘tidy’ manner. Here’s a few pointers to get you started if your little one is brand new to Read more…


Have you ever felt like you spend more time preparing an activity than the children spend playing with it? When I was a new mum, I spent so much time and effort creating activities that felt like they were played Read more…