When Mia started junior school in September 2018, I wasn’t prepared for how quickly she’d grow up. She has always been very mature for her age, but recently she has transformed from a little girl into a young lady. Mia is 8 and a half
Kindle’s, iPad’s, iPhone’s, and our trusty friend the TV, let’s face it, we’re completely surrounded by technology these days. Those little gadgets can do anything from sending a message to ordering the food shop and prescriptions – it’s amazing really. I don’t limit screen time
Before I begin I’d like to clarify that this post is in no way written in collaboration with Go Henry. I have not had any correspondence with Go Henry regarding writing this post. We recently begun using Go Henry as a family and would like
I’m sure whenever you read a headline like the one above you wonder how its possible. I’m sure you question how a mother doesn’t feel any movements or have any pregnancy symptoms, but it happens, it’s real, it happened to me. I didn’t know I
As a child, I spent a lot of time around dogs. My grandparents had a dog in my early years, and throughout my childhood I lived with dogs who I absolutely adored. I always imagined I’d own a dog when I had my own family,
From improving academic skills to widening future career opportunities, learning a foreign language can provide a number of benefits for your child. The good news is, even if you don’t speak a second language, there are still ways that you can help your child to
Starting school means many new changes and challenges for your child. They will need to learn their way around a new school, meet new teachers and make new friends. They will also need to adjust to a new timetable and learn how to be more
Parental involvement is key to a child’s academic success. By supporting your child’s learning at home and by taking an active interest in their school life, you can really have a positive impact on your child’s education. Here is some great advice from The British
Hi! I’m Chloe, a 26-year-old mother of two wonderful children, Mia (8) and Theo (6). I’m passionate about writing and photography, and I own way too many pairs of shoes and candles. Other than that, I'm just like any other Mum, fuelled by coffee and determined to raise good humans.
Just The Three Of Us is my little corner of the internet to share our world, the highs the lows and everything in between. When I'm not in mum mode, writing or taking photographs I can usually be found on social media, so make sure you are following for a glimpse of what goes on behind the scenes :)
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