Play Space Q&A

how we organise our play space

Recently over on Instagram, I asked the community what questions they most need answering when it comes to organising toys in the home. I felt like some of my answers may end up too long for an Instagram story, so here they are in full…

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Reflections on parenting

In May, my eldest son turns TEN! I can hardly believe that I’ve been a parent for one whole decade. That is a pretty scary thought and makes me feel kinda old! I’ve learnt a lot over that time period and made a fair few mistakes along the way so I thought I’d share some of my main reflections after being a parent for the last 10 years.

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Books from Day One

the importance of reading from birth.


“When I say to a parent, “read to a child”, I don’t want it to sound like medicine. I want it to sound like chocolate.” 

Mem Fox, Reading Magic
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Making Faces!

The Baby Development Series

There’s no denying that newborn babies are exhausting – the good news is that they are also really easy to entertain! Babies find faces, especially those of their parents, absolutely fascinating. Read on for a few super simple ideas…

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Easter Ideas for Babies

simple sensory ideas to try

There’s absolutely no reason for baby to miss out on all of the fun of Easter! Help them to explore Easter and spring themed items in a safe way by trying some of the ideas below. Please just keep in mind at all times that the activity ideas below need to be closely supervised.

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