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The best gifts for Father’s Day during lockdown

The best gifts for Father’s Day during lockdown

Usually we would spend the day with family, doing something lovely all together and obviously this year it is not quite the same. In order for the kiddies to see their Grandad, it means Nanny & Grandad have to come over to ours and sit in the garden and that means he cannot see his other children. It’s so hard as I feel families are being forced to choose who they want to spend these special occasions with. So, at the moment I am not sure if we are spending the day on our own or with the kiddies Grandad. What are you doing? Here are some fun gift ideas for a Father’s Day during lockdown.  VIEW the POST

Fun activities to do with Dad this Father’s Day

Fun activities to do with Dad this Father’s Day

I saw this extremely cute image online and it made me think of the fun we have as a family and what fun we will have on Sunday, Father's Day 2016. This will be the sixth Father's Day for Daddy, it's amazing how quickly time flies. Here is a little collection of fun posts from over the years with fun activities for you to do with Dad (or all the family really!): VIEW the POST

Win ‘Baby Massage Experience with my Mother’ book

** CLOSED ** I had the chance to review a really great book and I also got one to share with a very LUCKY reader in this fabulous competition. Please see my review of the fab book for a little insight…. http://wp.me/p2923n-9C To enter this competition, please do any of the following in the Rafflecopter entry list, if the Rafflecopter box isnt working for you then please leave a comment on my blog telling me this and the answer to this question: Who is the author of the book “Baby Massage Experience with my Mother”?

“Baby Massage Experience with my Mother” Book review

“Baby Massage Experience with my Mother” Book review

In a very brief summary, this book really touched me and opened my eyes to what could happen if you have a baby that has additional needs. It is about a couple who have a baby, which has additional needs, it describes the struggle emotionally that the parents go through and how the mother of the baby deals with the situation. Baby massage really helped her and her baby to bond and for them to move forward in their lives, its really inspired me to go to baby massage when my 2nd baby comes along as it sounds like wonderful mother/baby bonding time, regardless of if my baby has additional needs. I would recommend to read this book, whether you have children, are pregnant or your children are fully grown. It is a great in site into what goes on behind closed doors with some families, what its like for parents ...