How my daughter helped curb my eating disorder
As my baby got bigger, the more curious she got about food, and the more I had to force myself into a routine of eating meals.Its a challenging, but positive change for me. I also can’t get away with eating too little; dinner time is a family event, which keeps me accountable, in a good way.
Taking control of my second pregnancy
Share Tweet to @mummykindoff There is another baby on the way in the Mummykind team! I’m pregnant with baby number two and this time round I know quite a bit more about what I am doing. I have already had a couple of midwife appointments and in that time I have been able to exercise […]
Children’s Dental Health – Preventing Gum Abcess
Share Tweet to @mummykindoff We have been fortunate enough to have special contributions on serious topics of parent’s and children’s health in the past from Chrissy, and this post is another very important factual piece in conjunction with RnR Dental on how to keep our children’s gum’s healthy! What Parents Should Know About Gum Abscess […]
Steps I am taking to be a ‘Sex Positive’ Parent to my Toddler…
Sex Positivity is all about embracing sexuality and understanding that sex and everything relating to it, is a natural part of life as a human being.
Making a Safe, Accessible Space: Tips for Disabled Parents
You’ll need to know what alterations are required and how you’ll pay for the more expensive ones. Don’t be dismayed by the presumptions of people who don’t understand that disabled individuals can be just as amazing parents as anyone else. After all, it is estimated that there are more than 4 million parents with disabilities in the United States today, according to the National Center on Parents With Disabilities.
Taking Care Of Toddler Skin In Winter
Share Tweet to @mummykindoff You may remember that Chrissy wrote a post on spotting the early signs of lung cancer for us last year, and today, she is sharing her top 3 tips for taking care of toddler skin in the winter time! Lots of children suffer with eczema and I know how dry even […]
What Hyperemesis Gravidarum meant for me
Share Tweet to @mummykindoff This week, I spoke to my lovely friend Becki about her experience of Hyperemesis Gravidarum. For those of you who don’t know, around 10,000 women in the UK suffer from Hyperemesis Gravidarum (HG) every year. It is often dismissed as normal morning sickness in pregnancy, but in reality can leave the […]
Tips and tricks for tummy bug troubles
Unfortunately, it’s the time of year where stomach bugs are rife. I was recently in the hospital twice in the space of two days, as my little one had a severe case of gastroenteritis. While I was there, I had many in depth conversations with paediatricians, nurses and the matron, who gave me many materials […]