Must Have Features Of Convertible Car Seats

Must Have Features Of Convertible Car Seats

Choosing a car seat is one of the most important things you can do for your child. Their safety is obviously of paramount importance; but everyone has a different budget. Whether it be limited or unlimited, we shouldn’t put a price on the safety of our children.

Of course, the type of car we own also has to be considered; not all car seats will fit every car. I own a hatchback and The Husband owns a saloon, so the boys’ car seats fit differently in both our cars. But if you are lucky enough to own a convertible, then the following infographic will help you in choosing a car seat for your child.

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An update and a ConfidentNites sleep retreat with DryNites #ad

ConfidentNites update

I mentioned in my last DryNites ConfidentNites post that some of my fellow ambassadors and I were very lucky to be invited along to a sleep retreat at the amazing Alexander House Hotel & Utopia Spa. We were welcomed with a beautiful lunch and then sat down to listen to the three ConfidentNites experts give us some top tips to help on our child’s bedwetting journey.

The experts were nutritionist Yvonne Wake; mindfulness expert, Selina Sasse; and sleep expert, Helen Packham. A few of these tips are included in my second vlog below, but of course to get more help personalised to you & your child you can also view the ConfidentNites guide on the DryNites website. Read more

An introduction to DryNites ConfidentNites

An intro to DryNites ConfidentNites - NSIWE

I mentioned a few weeks ago how Jacob & I are DryNites® ConfidentNites ambassadors. He has been using the DryNites for a few weeks now and we have already seen an improvement in dryness during the night. Over the course of the next few months I will be sharing our journey via a series of vlogs on YouTube.

In this first vlog, I am giving you an introduction to DryNites® and the ConfidentNites Guide. I recently attended a sleep retreat with some of the other ambassadors and I brought back so much useful information and many tips that I hope to share with you in future vlogs in order to help you and your child’s confidence with overcoming bedwetting.

*This post forms part of my ambassador role for DryNites®.

I’m a DryNites ambassador!

DryNites ambassador

It seems like we have been potty or toilet training on & off for the last couple of years now. It felt like we started quite early with Jacob and it was only a few months ago that he decided to just go for it himself and get rid of his nappies during the day. He does still have the odd accident though and although he goes to the toilet right before bed, he will occasionally have an accident through the night too. This is completely normal though as at the age of four, 1 in 4 children do still wet the bed so he is not alone. In fact, bedwetting affects more than 900,000 children and young people in the UK.

I am delighted to announce that I have teamed up with Huggies to become a DryNites® ambassador! Throughout my ambassador role I will be taking you on a journey of ways to improve your child’s confidence at nighttime by using DryNites® pyjama pants, which will in turn hopefully improve your confidence too and help you lead your child to eventually have a dry nights sleep. Read more

Little House of Science – Classes for Curious Minds

Jacob is at that age now where it feels like he asks 500 questions a day, about anything and everything. He is such a curious little person, and with his brother wanting to do everything he does, he is closely following in his footsteps. We do a lot of learning activities and crafts at home but one thing we don’t really focus on is science.

Of course, we encounter science absolutely everywhere in our everyday lives and unless we start teaching our children about it from a young age, they just think things “work”. Obviously there is science behind how everything works but I must admit, science wasn’t my favourite subject at school and I have limited knowledge so I’m not the best equipped to teach my children about it. Read more