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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.


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…


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…


Have you got a curious taby at home? It can be kind of difficult to entertain them when they are constantly getting into things, but this ‘free the animals’ activity should keep them occupied for a while! As with most Read more…


Mr 15 months is in full on curious mode. At the moment, toys don’t really engage him that well but everyday items sure do! I’m constantly having to be quick on my feet to engage him, otherwise he’d forever be Read more…


The highchair can be a great place for busy toddlers and tabbies to focus on an activity. I’ve asked some of my favourite bloggers from around the globe to contribute to this post on their favourite highchair activities for toddlers, Read more…


Dinner prep can be hard with a mobile baby in tow – they inevitably want to be with you all the time, but it is of course, super dangerous to have a baby pulling at your legs whilst you are Read more…


Tabies (children aged between 1 -2) are known for their super busy nature. It can be really hard to occupy them for longer than a minute. Activities that spike curiosity are great for this age group, Take this paddle pop Read more…


Sensory play can be an absolute minefield for first time parents. What’s safe? Is the effort worth it? Will there be mess everywhere? One of the classic sensory materials at baby sensory groups is cooked spaghetti which we introduced to Read more…