Tag: Sarah Pearce

we are all parents

We are all parents

It doesn’t matter what type of parents we are! What is more important is that we all put our kids first. By Sarah Pearce When I had my first son, I …

Teaching the joy of giving

Help Kids Understand The Joy Of Giving At Christmas

It’s easy for kids to focus on what Santa is going to leave them under the tree or in their stocking, so how do you teach them that this is the season of giving rather than receiving? We have some great tips to help your kids change their focus and realise that there is so much more to this time of year.

Christmas Day when pregnant

Enjoying Christmas Day when Pregnant

Pregnancy is a bit of a roller coaster normally, and being pregnant on the biggest day of the year just adds to the fun! We’ve got some great tips to help you enjoy yourself, as well as some nifty present ideas we hope you’ll find in your stocking this year.


by Sarah Some days just don’t go well. Some are so bad you just have to laugh. Then there are the ones that have people laughing when you tell them, only to exclaim, ‘”what, there’s more?!” when you are halfway through telling it. My girlfriends are still laughing.

Not now darling, mummy’s on facebook…

When did we start focusing more on our phones than our children?

10 things I have learned since having kids

10 things I was oblivious to in my child-free days

When I fell pregnant for the first time, I knew my life was going to change. When people told me that the change would be drastic I even believed them. Then the baby arrived and I realised that there was a whole new world of normal that I never knew existed. Here are ten of the things I had no idea about before having my kids.

I have one word for you: Enough

2013 is a time to stop worrying about judging other parents and start supporting their choices. Its time to end the debate about whether or not mothers can or should be able to feed in public. Or from a bottle. Or in high traffic areas as opposed to ‘out of the way’. Or while standing on their head, for that matter…