Uh, kako mrzim da padnem na beton. Tata odmah interveniše, jer uvek plačem kad padnem. Dobro sam prošao, ničeg nema, ali do skoro sam imao ranicu na kolenu i mnogo me nervirala, stalno sam je gledao, ponekad čačkao, a s vremena na vreme se sama gulila pa me dodatno nervirala. Svi padamo, baba kaže tako se raste. Da, ali ipak ne volim. Kako stojite s padovima (pun intended)?
The new Audrey wrap tops are here! They are perfect for layering all your fall favorites. Naomi is giving me some serious model vibes in the pavement ribbed knit Audrey wrapaheres over the marmalade ribbed knit Bella peplum and matching kids turban 😍😍😍
The kids made my breakfast this morning (with a little help from nanna). Honestly I don't think it's long before I can just put my feet up and let them fix up my tea. I can't wait! #kidscooking#toddler#toddlerlife
Sometimes my phone will take pictures I don't find out about until later. I found this from the beginning of yesterday's Raspberry Meringue Pie episode. It's pretty typical of how my kitchen looks. My recipe(s) perched on the sink for easy reference, ingredients/tools within reach, I'm prepping, and my son, head cocked, is looking on. If you've seen my stories, (if not, I recommend you check out the archive on my profile), then you've seen this image many times. For me, it means so much. I'm with my favourite person on the planet, doing the things I love: cooking, teaching, and singing/dancing all the while. Having my son by my side while I cook is so much fun! It can be frustrating at times, to be honest. He's a toddler, after all, and he likes to get into everything. I have to remind myself: every mess can be cleaned and every experience is a chance to learn... for both of us. Teaching him how to cook is a great joy. In return, he teaches me how to see the world from a new perspective. I treasure our cooking stories. I hope you like them too. ❤ .
Because the last raffle was so popular and many of you who wanted a number missed out I have decided to hold a bigger and better raffle 💙💙 ❄️ Raffle to win 2 outfits of your choice from the new Autumn/Winter knitwear collection or take £40 cash instead ❄️
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Our Nido Program’s environment is prepared so that your baby is free to move—it is a safe place to explore, build muscle tone, fall without getting hurt, and repeat each new skill until it is mastered.
Much of a baby’s energy early on will go toward building gross motor ability, as they learn to hold up their head, roll over, push up off the ground, sit up, stand, walk, climb, etc. Successful development in this area sets the stage for strength and coordination later in life.
For babies to fully learn to do all these things, they must have time, space, and freedom to move, so that they can practice each individual step along the way. When you first visit a Montessori Nido community, you’ll probably notice that there are no playpens, no jumpers, no walkers, and no high chairs—nothing that restricts your baby’s movement.
Find out more about a our Nido Program—link in bio.
Prepping for a trip away from the kiddos is never easy. It takes planning on storing and thawing milk, packing the diaper bag and snack bags for the kids, making sure the laundry is done, and grabbing all of my essentials to hit the road.
Thankful I never have to worry about my health as I travel. With my Thieves spray, hand sanitizer, and toothpaste, my immune system is supported from the inside out. No germs over here and that makes me feel so much more comfortable — from the icky planes all the way to the kids back at home playing on the playground (both the small ones and the big one).