So the other day I left home without nappy cream in the baby bag. Of course that was the one day my daughter got wild nappy rash. Rookie! She hadn’t had nappy rash for months… Anyway, we ended up going to about 7 shops, trying to hunt down something that doesn’t contain toxic chemicals. It … More Boobie Bum Cream
“Nature is a tool to get children to experience not just the wider world, but themselves.” – Stephen Moss Our favourite thing at the moment is going for a walk in the forest around our home, collecting treasure (beautiful pieces of nature). It’s amazing how nature can just fix everything. I don’t know if it’s just … More Nature play with my 18 month old
Katie’s shirts were starting to look pretty scruffy by the end of winter, half of them had stains and the other half were faded. I didn’t want to buy her a whole new set of shirts, being mindful about the production process of them. And I’d already blown through the budget of buying from … More Tie Dyeing with nature
Photographs from http://www.slingbabies.co.nz Babies have been worn in variations of wraps and slings for thousands of years, all over the world. They varied in styles, depending on the climate and the needs of the parent. In hotter climates, babies were more often worn on the front to allow frequent breastfeeding to avoid dehydration, like the … More Babywearing rocks. But why?