Nursing Aversion and Internal Anger SOLVED

Brief update to everyone who’s been following my blog. I wrote a post previously about nursing aversion, and another post about unbearable internal anger I was feeling regarding my toddler’s thumb sucking. I had to continued doing more work to try and resolve these issues and am pleased to say both battles have now largelyContinue reading “Nursing Aversion and Internal Anger SOLVED”

Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word – So Let’s Avoid ‘Sorry’ Altogether and Apologise Instead

How can we apologise effectively? What are the features of a good apology? How can failing to apologise affect our relationships, including with our children? These are all important questions that this blog answers. Sorry is most definitely the hardest word to get right, and that song by Elton John “sorry seems to be theContinue reading “Sorry Seems to be the Hardest Word – So Let’s Avoid ‘Sorry’ Altogether and Apologise Instead”

Playtime For Everyone – Top Tips for Creating the Best Play Environment

As a parent you may feel pressurised into creating engaging and fun activities for your children to do all day long. What if this is not the best for them though? What could possibly be better than an action-packed schedule of dancing, arts, music and sports? An action-packed life of following your own passions andContinue reading “Playtime For Everyone – Top Tips for Creating the Best Play Environment”

Mum Guilt – Riddling Through My Funny Bones

Pretty much every Mum will feel guilt for the things they cannot provide their children. We all know that loveable childhood book ‘Funnybones’, well guilt can lie within every part of us, bubbling away beneath the superficial surface layer. Why does Mum guilt exist? How can gentle parenting help us be at peace with it?Continue reading “Mum Guilt – Riddling Through My Funny Bones”

I Don’t Worry That My Kids Will Be Angry At Me. I Only Worry They Won’t Be Angry Enough.

This statement sounds strong and seems a very strange aim for raising your children. Does it mean we want our children to be angry at us? Yes! Seriously? Yes! This blog post will help you get your head around the anger our children will experience in life, how to celebrate it when they’re angry inContinue reading “I Don’t Worry That My Kids Will Be Angry At Me. I Only Worry They Won’t Be Angry Enough.”

Isolation and Postnatal Depression with a Young Family – COVID19 And Other Reasons

They say it takes a village to raise a child. This saying does not help when you have young babies and no support network or visitors. Now with the Coronavirus isolating the World within the walls of their homes, every family will be able to relate to this isolated situation. There are many Mums whoContinue reading “Isolation and Postnatal Depression with a Young Family – COVID19 And Other Reasons”

Help My Partner to Align With My Gentle Parenting Styles

When you start your gentle parenting journey, you quickly realise that simply doing the opposite of your parents or going with your gut reactions may not be the best way to parent. You soon become convinced this is the best way to raise your children as it helps build a strong connection between you andContinue reading “Help My Partner to Align With My Gentle Parenting Styles”

I’m Traumatised – I Just Felt Really Angry Towards My Child – Help!

Discover how to hold onto your own heart, then you will be able to take care of your child’s heart too. If you are distracted by where your own heart got hurt or broken, you may not be able to take care of your child’s heart as easily. This blog explains what childhood trauma is,Continue reading “I’m Traumatised – I Just Felt Really Angry Towards My Child – Help!”