Parents today have a high responsibility in grooming mental health and sturdiness of their children because the world today is so challenging to face. Every face of the worldtoday is so complex and intricate that possessing strong mental ability is fundamental. Several researchers claim poor mentalhealth in growing kids today which is a very pathetic fact. Though external factors largelyimpact the mental health of children, it is at the home where a child can reallydevelop their mentalstability. Parents must act as a strong role model for kids to be mentally strong.
To say Snoopy has been unlucky with health issues, is an understatement. You may remember last year when we had to remove both his ear canals as he would get infections every few months. This year the problem we face is his sight. Our little pooch, whom I still think of as a puppy, is our family disabled dog.
Cycling has become one of our little weekend family activities recently. It’s lovely. Little Noah has been able to ride his bike for some time now, but he’s been cycling on his smaller BMX bike that was more comfortable for him. Isla has only just started riding her bike. So as Isla was a little unsure on her feet, we thought it was maybe time to encourage Noah to go out on his larger mountain bike.
The warmer weather is here, it seemed to take it’s time, but it did arrive with a bang last week. What a difference a week can make though? This week has been full of rain, showers most days, monsoons on others. This is what I love about this Country though, the diversity and the fact my boot has to have wellies, rain coat, umbrella, woolly hat and my flip flops – all just in case! It was fun getting out with the kiddies this week, despite the rain, we embraced it and it was quite a lot of fun.
Happy. Mental Health. This is not something I have talked about often, if at all publicly. With the push to make people more aware about mental health, I thought I’d share my story. Or at least a part of it. It’s been a tough journey which started nearly 6 years ago when I had my baby girl.
Making the most of our beautiful cottage and its grounds, screamed out for a legendary Easter egg hunt. I was quite proud of the final hunt, albeit it didn’t work out the way I had planned. I don’t suppose it will with a 7, 5, 4 & 2 year old! We had fun though and the kiddies enjoyed finding the eggs as much as I did hiding them. I think I am a natural at playing Easter bunny…
Being a Mum sure is hard work, and it’s our bones and joints that can pay the price. We spend our days carrying and swinging heavy weights of an irregular size around (by which I mean our children) as well as bending down to pick up things from the floor at least a hundred times a day. When you add those factors to irregular sleep patterns, it’s little wonder that many moms suffer from a stiff back. This can be a painful and debilitating condition, but here are some ways in which you can fight back against a bad back.
Yep, I have been watching a lot of friends this week, which obviously inspired the title. This is a post about what got me started on the blogging road and how this blog kicked off. I think it’s important to remember what inspired you to write in the first place and it also might be helpful if anyone is just starting off. So, what kicked it all off and led me down the path of a #MummyBlogger:
Pet owners often lead very busy lives, and it can sometimes feel difficult to give dogs the attention they deserve. No matter how busy your schedule might be, you must look for ways to prove to your dog how much you love them. To do so, read the 12 ways to show your pet you care. Even if you only manage some of them a day, it’s better than nothing. Our pets are like children to me, I love them dearly, but I do not have hours in the day sometimes to get everything done. It’s a juggling balance.
Yes, it’s happened. Little Isla, who is full of sass at the best of times, is becoming a little madam. Noah has developed an attitude too over the past few weeks. The videos they watch on YouTube are full of children who are rude and do naughty things around the house (acting of course), but I believe it’s teaching the kiddies that they can behave like that.