Teaching your child about disabilities, and how it’s essential before they begin school.

It’s August, the end of the summer holidays is nigh, and while most of us seasoned parents can’t wait for school to start-up again, for those first time parents of school going kids it’s a scary new world.

The other day I decided to do up a post on our Instagram and Facebook pages, about the importance of teaching your children about kids with disabilities before they start school.

You can read that here.

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Review : The Bubblebum Booster Seat

A couple of weeks back we were kindly sent/gifted a Bubblebum Booster Seat for Noah to try.

Due to his syndrome Noah is very small for his age, so I was interested to see if I could use the Bubblebum in different situations.

The reason being?

The Bubblebum is inflated using air i.e you blow the booster seat up like a balloon, so this means that once deflated it is very portable, not to mention the fact it comes with its very own stretchy carry bag (I was nearly as impressed with the carry bag as the seat).Read More »

How to prepare for a hospital stay with your child.

Since Noah’s arrival, for a time hospitals became like a second home for us.

Between out patient, scheduled and emergency in-patient stays I actually nearly became nose blind to the smell of the place, which to be honest I thought would be nearly impossible.

At the beginning I was such a novice when it came to hospitals, the workings of them and what would make a stay in them somewhat more comfortable, I thought a blog might be helpful to those who might not have as much experience as us in hospitals.

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