If the last time you moved home, you didn’t have kids, take a deep breath and accept that things may not be quite as simple and plain sailing as last time. A sense of humour is now as essential as cardboard boxes.
Keeping romance alive with a new baby in the house can feel more like a military exercise than an act of love, especially when you’re sleep deprived and have a permanent damp sicky patch on your shoulder.
Grandparents often fall in love with their new grandchild just as much as you have and can play a vital role throughout their lives. Show how much you appreciate and value them as part of your growing family by treating them to a unique and personalised memento of their grandchild.
I gave up making New Year Resolutions a long time ago. My failure rate was dismal and I guess they all contained an element of pain, discomfort and hard work. This year, however, I think I’ve made one that will be worth the effort.
If I had a penny for every time I read a newspaper article on how to raise a child or baby! There seems to be a constant procession of experts who are keen to tell us how wrong/confused/out of date we are in the way we care for our children.
When you’re a new mum, you can use all the help you can get to make life a bit easier. So why not employ a little 21st century technology too? Take a look at these 6 apps to smooth things along, while you get your head around a new addition and all the challenges that go with it.