When you’re two, sometimes the only entertainment you need is to shake your head back and forth. <div style=”text-align: center;”> href=”http://www.contentmother.com/singlemotherahoy/tag/wordless-wednesday//”><img title=”Single Mother Ahoy Wordless Wednesday” src=”http://www.contentmother.com/singlemotherahoy/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/WordlessWednesday-150×150.png”” alt=”Single Mother Ahoy Wordless Wednesday” border=”0″ /></a></div><br /> <p> If you’ve a photo you’d like to share, you can link up here. Please do leave a […]
As you may or may not know, I am a TalkTalk ambassador and have been lucky enough to sample their services for the last few months. TalkTalk have this great thing where you can add a Boost to your TV package for a month, and pay a one-off fee. There’s an Entertainment Boost, Entertainment Extra […]
I have written before about how much I love ToddlerCalm, so I thought it was about time I wrote a review. I have a real problem with parenting experts; I dislike people who expound the correct way of doing things, who tell you what you should be doing. I don’t take advice from anyone particularly well. […]
I’ve been thinking lately, about the difference between short term and long term parenting. Or, really, short term and long term anything. I think once you become a parent, you tend to start thinking more about long term than short term. You can’t just live for today, spend up at the beginning of the month and […]
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Welcome to the WEEKEND!!! Uh-oh, only 12 Fridays left til Christmas. Better get shopping! If you are reading this on Saturday, then don’t forget to come and join in with #ArchiveDay on Twitter, just tweet an old post using the hashtag and RT others throughout the day!!!!! Have you followed @WeekendBlogHop on Twitter yet? We use […]
Some of you may recall that I gave up social media for Lent. And for September, I’ve been experimenting with cutting out sugar. I decided it might be fun to have a challenge for October too, so I asked around a bit. Someone on Facebook suggested that I write a letter a day, and […]
According to a report from the Institute of Health Equity at University College London, nearly half of all children in England are not ready for school when they finish their reception year at the age of five. Apparently children from poorer areas are more likely to not be ready for school, falling short of developmental […]