Flew To Melbourne With The JetKids BedBox

Travelling as a family with young kids can be stressful no matter how experienced or how well-behaved your children are. The unfamiliar surroundings, the strangers, the waiting time, it all can take its toll on even the most well behaved junior. Like most parents, I, too spend a lot of effort trying my best to ensure their flight (or mine rather) experience is as comfortable as well. I am quite the crazy mom, I bring heaps of toys, snacks, drinks,…

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Daniel learns Jolly Phonics at Curious Thoughts Academy

How’s everyone here! I had a reader tell me the other day that my last post about my kids was too long ago. Thank you for checking in on me. Life’s been super busy with 2 active young boys. Daniel for one, has been learning Jolly Phonics at Curious Thoughts Academy and I’ve been really proud of his progress. Read about the Jolly Phonics at Curious Thoughts Academy here. The Jolly Phonics framework taught at Curious Thoughts is offered by Victoria Charlton, a…

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Fedora L3 Stroller Review: Foldable & Reclines Fully!

I’ve had the Fedora L3 Stroller for about 6 months now and it’s high time I gave some airtime to our trusty go-to stroller. Fedora is not new to our family. We have the Fedora S7 Stroller which we love for its huge size and comfort. It’s great for long walks but not the most compact for travelling on public transport. But we really like the quality that the Fedora brand offers. We were looking forward to Fedora’s launch of their L3…

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How To Give Your Newborn Baby A Bath

Bathing your newborn can be a little terrifying. Hundreds of little worries could be going through your head. Would he slip and fall? Would he drown? What if water gets into his nose? What if he struggles a lot? Will he poop?! Is the water too hot/cold? Is his umbilical cord stump going to hurt/fall off/bleed? Am I going to hurt him? I know. It’s normal to have these fears. Handling a wiggling, wet, and soapy little one does sound…

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There are more smarts to your child than you know.

My husband and I strongly believe that kids have their own unique interests, strengths and weaknesses. Just like other parents, we are always interested in finding out more about our child. For us so far, it’s been a guessing game. We noticed Daniel is displaying a little more interest in colouring and that made us think that maybe he’s going to be an artist! Haha! MIDAS™ – a tool that gives you an insight into your child Recently I’ve been…

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