As a single mother of two, Nicola from MUD&TUTUS wakes up every morning at 6:30am to get the kids ready for school. She defines herself as a happy person, even first thing in the morning. Find out more about her family sleeping routine here.
Susan is a Danish mother and influencer. She enjoys listening to calm music before going to bed around midnight. Her morning mood is mostly good since she became a mother and for breakfast she normally takes eggs or oatmeal, although she indulges herself with pancakes every Sunday!
A holiday is meant to be a break from the routine. However, routine is essential for children, knowing what to expect during the day creates a sense of security and stability. Try not to make the break too drastic. But if the change is drastic, the following items can be useful in helping your baby fall asleep while on holiday.
Being a mum isn’t an easy job, let’s not kid ourselves. It’s no fun dealing with a screaming baby in the supermarket and dirty nappies stink, there’s no way of getting around it. It’s a job that we love, but sometimes… don’t always love. And as with the case of any job, mums also need a break or some secret “me-time.”
The length of time you should breastfeed your baby remains a hot and controversial topic. Everyone has a different opinion to voice and no matter what choices mums make, there are always plenty of comments and advice to listen to.
When you take a walk in the park or downtown you can see a whole range of colorful baby carriages, everything from light organic folding strollers to chunky double buggies. Subways and public buildings are increasingly open to parents with baby transporters. But historically, taking the baby with you on a trip outside the home is a fairly recent development.