A trip to the gym is just what you need to clear your head and get in a much-needed sweat session, but being a parent comes first, and between your schedule and theirs, you feel like you barely have time to breathe. The good news is that you can do gym exercises at home, so you can sneak in exercise early in the morning before the kids wake up, during nap time, or in the evening while dinner is cooking and the kids are occupied with homework or games. With some indoor exercise backups, you can be a caring parent while still getting in a workout.
With Mothers Day only a few weeks away I thought it was time I ought to look into a gift for my Mum, especially as this is the first time I have been in the UK for 14 years!!
For this reason I thought something a bit more personal and unique might be nice instead of the traditional bunch of flowers. Here are my 7 favourite unique mothers days gifts.
It is a well-known fact that breast milk is better for babies than formula milk. Having said that no woman should feel bad if they can’t or don’t want to breastfeed their baby. Having a baby is a huge commitment and no one should be made to feel they are not doing their best for their baby.
Using sunscreen on a baby is an area of parenting that’s a little tricky to navigate. In the first place, is your baby old enough for sunscreen? Then there’s the issue of which sort of cream to choose. And how on earth do you get enough of it on a wriggling baby?