A lot of people hate the idea of ‘putting kids on leads’ but if a set of toddler reins keeps my son safe, encourages him to walk and gets him outdoors more – I’m all for it!
After a year-and-a-half in the parenthood trenches I’ve discovered that kids are bloody hard work, nothing makes me happier than seeing my son smile, and being a dad is probably the greatest thing in the world.
Something really cool happened to me a couple of weeks ago – my daft little website was named Family Blog of the Year by The Activity People.
I’ve recently, and annoyingly, become quite experienced at breaking down on motorways with an impatient one-year-old in the back of my car. Here’s what I’ve learned…
As your baby grows into an energetic toddler they could start getting bored and restless in the pram, which is where the Smart Trike Dream 4-in-1 comes in. Sonny loves his, and so do I.
It’s that time of the year when, even in rainy England, your toddler faces direct exposure to strong sunlight. Here’s a few tips on how to keep them safe.
This is a genuine question, because I’ve got no idea. I still think of Sonny as a baby, but only because I always have done. He’s big, loud, almost 14 months old and standing on his own two feet, so does that mean my little boy’s turned into a toddler?
Just take him for a sunny walk in the woods. Works every time for me!
I must officially be middle-aged, because my new favourite meal involves an estate car, a flask of tea, a packet of chocolate digestives, and a few snack-sized pork pies. That’s right, we’ve become a car picnic family! Only problem is we’re rubbish at it.
The Vaude Shuttle Premium is designed for serious walkers who want their kids to share their outdoor adventures. The feature spec is high and so is the price, so is it worth it?