Do we model joy? Do we model a thirst for knowledge? Do we model tranquility? Are we showing our children that life is a wonderful thing to live or an endless round of work and repeat?
Weaning was one of the most stressful parts of parenthood for me. I'm a pretty good cook but it became apparent fairly early that our mostly paleo diet wasn't going to work with BLW, as an added challenge Alfie hated quinoa, sweet potatoes, wild rice and basically everything else we ate at dinner time. These… Continue reading A Cheat’s Guide to Feeding Your Toddler
A Montessori approach to offering choice to your toddler; how to create a parent respectfully and avoid conflict.
You Can Thrive I made it through my first year of motherhood and I'd like to think that I have a few tips and tricks up my sleeve which will help new parents. Here are 6 things you can do to prepare for the birth of your baby. As a first time Mum I'd heard all… Continue reading A First Time Mum’s Guide to Thriving with a Newborn
This post is brought to you by Eva from Eva Montessori at Home. "Hi, I’m Eva! A language teacher born and raised in Girona (Catalonia). In love with my family and Montessori philosophy, I am the proud mama of a feisty toddler called Arnau. Languages and travelling are my passions. Since motherhood, my days are… Continue reading Bilingual Baby; How to Raise a Bilingual Child – Montessori Resources from Birth to Three Years