Lauren's Blog

Teaching our Cubs Kindness and Compassion – a ‘Thank You’ to the Thornaby Mosque

The events of the last few weeks and months have left us all questioning the world in which we are bringing up our Cubs. We are heartbroken and scared. But today I have witnessed first hand something that gives me hope that things will be okay. Following the horrific terror attacks in Manchester and London… Continue reading Teaching our Cubs Kindness and Compassion – a ‘Thank You’ to the Thornaby Mosque

Catherine's Blog

The Guilt

Being a parent is all fun and games until you finally do something for yourself for once or not doing something you 'should be' and the dreaded 'guilt' hits you right in the face!! The majority of people I've spoken to have also said they experience this, it's completely normal! You're that used to doing… Continue reading The Guilt

Lauren's Blog

Cycling Lessons

A very smart lady once told me that breast feeding is like learning to ride a bike. It's mid summer and you know you're getting a bike for Christmas. You've never had a bike before so you are so excited. It's all you think about. You can't wait to jump on the bike and take… Continue reading Cycling Lessons

Cara's Blog

Cringey mam clothes (and why I love them)

One of my favourite things about being a mam, apart from having an amazing, adorable, squishy little ball of chub whose world revolves around you of course, is getting to wear cringey mam clothes! Before I became a parent I would have just laughed at some of the outfits that I genuinely think are cool… Continue reading Cringey mam clothes (and why I love them)

Lauren's Blog

Booka-booka-book

Booka-booka-book - Elijah's favourite new word. He's weird in that he's not usually interested in a bed time story. He shouts for his Booka-book as soon as he wakes up. He crawls off the (floor) bed and grabs his "The Gruffalo" board book that Micheala bought him for Christmas and sits next to you to… Continue reading Booka-booka-book