How to Beat the Back to School Blues

The holidays are over and school is back in session. While we, as parents, may be grateful for the return to routine and some peace and quiet, strangely enough, our kids may not share in our enthusiasm. Many kids become… Continue Reading >

Effective Communication: Building Stronger Connections with Your Kids

As parents, we often find ourselves constantly discussing our kids’ behaviour, and today, we’re taking a little detour. Instead of focusing solely on behaviour, we’re going to dive deep into the world of effective communication. Now, I know many of… Continue Reading >

How to Cultivate Mindfulness in Children: The Little Potion Co’s Enchanting Journey into Mindful Magic

In the hustle and bustle of modern life, teaching children the art of mindfulness is like giving them a superpower. This essential life tool lays the groundwork for emotional well-being and equips them to navigate life’s currents with clarity of… Continue Reading >

The Benefits of Teaching Children Gardening from Toddlers to Preschoolers

Gardening is one of the best things you can do, but involving your children can also have enormous benefits for the entire family. Not only will your kids have fun and spend time outside reaping the many rewards of this… Continue Reading >

How to Bake Bread like a Pro

With many of us at home more than ever before, baking bread has seen a serious revival. Crusty, chewy, soft, bouncy, totally delicious and 100 per cent comforting… however you like your bread, there is nothing stopping you from making… Continue Reading >

Top 10 reasons you should get your toddler in a garden

By Flavia Fayet-Moore and Sinead Storch from    Who are our toddlers and preschoolers in 2022? Let us introduce you to Gen Alpha. Born in 2010 or later, they are the Millennials’ children and the first generation who will be… Continue Reading >

Unwrap Peace: 6 Tips for a Healthy Festive Season

By Natalie Stockdale (Resilience Coach & Author of the Campfire for the Heart book series)   Ah, the festive season – a time for laughter, joy, and celebration. But let’s be real – it can also bring some stress and… Continue Reading >

Separation Anxiety

It is natural for young children to feel anxious when saying goodbye. Even though separation anxiety is a normal stage of development it is very difficult to cope with. Being empathic to the child in supporting them through the anxiety… Continue Reading >

The 5 Lessons I’ve Learnt as a New Dad

By Joshua Cavanagh   As a first-time parent to a daughter of 7 months, I have found parenting to be a never-ending journey filled with highs, lows, ups, and downs. But, for the most part, it has been filled with… Continue Reading >

You Don’t Have to Feel Awkward

You don’t have to feel awkward when talking to someone with intellectual disability. Did you know that more often than not, you are more worried about what you’re going to say and how you’re going to say it, than the… Continue Reading >