Family things to do in Edinburgh: My review of our brunch with Elsa’. So if I’m completely honest I haven’t done as much with our second child as I did with our first. By doing as much I mean classes, activities that kind of thing. Sure she comes with me pretty much everywhere (when I’m… Read More Family things to do in Edinburgh: My review of our ‘Brunch with Elsa’.
Welcome to my new series of posts: My Month. I’ve seen this in a few magazines and on a few blogs that I read so I thought I’d give this a go myself. I’ll be writing down my own little monthly list of things I’ll be doing or I’d like to be doing in the… Read More My Month: June 2018. This month I’m…
Recipe share: Broccoli balls. If your kids don’t like broccoli then this is a good recipe to try! It’s a recipe kindly shared by Caroline a fellow insta mum @theutltimatefeeder. Caroline posts amazing pictures of the food she has made/is making for her family. Her meals are often serve as inspiration for some of the… Read More Recipe share: Broccoli Balls. If your kids don’t like broccoli this is a good recipe to try!
I went to a great event last week. It was a supper club hosted by Scottish Mothers Collective. There was lovely food, a great speaker and a group of lovely ladies. As we all chatted over dinner and drinks the speaker, Brian Costello from Headstrong NLP , discussed topics such as mum guilt, what your ‘norm’… Read More You Mission vs your Ambition. They are not the same. What is yours?
Labelling kids This has been preying on my mind for a few days now so I thought I would write about it. It’s relating something I heard last week and it relates to labelling kids, characterising them by picking out traits, often the not so positive ones, often exaggerating them and labelling them because of… Read More Labelling kids. Why as adults do we do this?