Becoming a mum is an awesome, wondrous and demanding life-altering experience, but is a roller coaster ride. Four-time mum Jin Ai shares 10 sanity savers to help all new mums along.
To toddlers, play is serious business – it’s the way in which they learn how the world works. Here you’ll find great and inexpensive ways to keep your toddler engaged in meaningful and creative play.
Homeschooling is the education of children at home rather than in a formal setting. Here are the factors Jin Ai and her husband considered in choosing to homeschool their children till age six.
Anyone who’s had mastitis will know it’s a bad deal. I had it for the first time when our fourth baby was three weeks old. Here are 10 tips that helped me survive mastitis.
Learning the alphabet, forming letters and practising gluing skills can be combined in just one fun activity. Here are 10 tips on how to do it at home.
Looking for practical tips to help keep a toddler occupied and you sane while homeschooling older children? Here are some great ways to do that!
Being in one’s third trimester can be difficult, especially when you have a lot on your plate. But sometimes, it’s in the toughest – and most surprising – moments, that you find strength to cope.
Exclusive breastfeeding was tiring work around the clock. There wasn’t a need to feel guilty about sleeping every afternoon, holiday or not. Sleeping was what I needed in order to do a proper job as a breastfeeding mum.
Breastfeeding correctly is as crucial as breastfeeding frequently and understanding your baby’s behaviour and nursing pattern. Breastfeeding exclusively in the early months is also important to establish your milk supply.
If you spend most of your waking hours with a toddler, you’ll likely agree that toddlers are fun but exhausting! Here are 11 tried and tested ways to help get you through the toddler years.