parenting

Raising Bilingual Children

Share Tweet to @mummykindoffhttps://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js It’s no secret to those of you that know us that, ever since Olivia was born, we have been trying to raise her bilingually.   Throughout my pregnancy I was adamant on this (even before I was pregnant I wanted my children to learn other languages and be brought up bilingually […]

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parenting

Why I’m glad I had my child at 20

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff I fell pregnant with my daughter at the ripe old age of 20, and gave birth to my daughter exactly 1 month before my 21st birthday. Now, there are lots of pros and cons to having your children at certain ages, and the topic is apparently the business of the (predominantly) […]

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health, parenting

How to Deal with the Stress of Raising Two Kids

Tweet to @mummykindoff A big thank you to Murris from familyhype.com for sharing this piece with us! We all know how stressful one child can be, and these tips for coping with two are great! Having a second child on the way can be amazing, but it can also be the most stressful time of your […]

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parenting

How to make a Moana face cake…

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff I always pride myself on making the girls’ birthday cakes myself every year, and no cake is too big a challenge! For Olivia’s birthday, in keeping with her Moana themed party, I had to attempt a Moana birthday cake… Here’s how you can do this one from the comfort of your […]

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Mummykind’s January Top 5

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff Welcome to our new feature – a monthly round up of what we’ve done and our successes (or even failures) over the last month! So, here it is for January… Top 5 Blog Posts   Top 5 Instagram Posts 1. View this post on Instagram “I tell myself over and over […]

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Schooling in the UK and Denmark…

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff This is a topic that has always fascinated me… The UK, for all of its strict, formalised education system, isn’t doing as well as it should be. In fact, the UK’s PISA (Programme for International Student Assessment) results demonstrate that we have fallen behind to 26 other countries in Maths, and […]

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parenting, pregnancy

When I felt like “mum”

Share Tweet to @mummykindoff It took me a while, I’ll be the first to admit, But when I saw your smile, I knew I’d remember it. Not the way your one cheek dimpled, Not the way your smiling eyes sparkled, Not the way the sides of your gummy mouth tilted upwards… I mean, the way […]

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