Welcome to this month's pick of the best new parenting blogs. Worry is a theme which comes up again and again in blog posts about raising children, and I've found some brilliant posts recently that most parents will identify with.
The summer holidays are upon a lot of us international schoolers already. While most of us dream of calm days stretching out ahead in order to relax and unwind, the reality of an expat’s life is very different.
This month brought several posts highlighting the differences which living with children with additional needs can bring. Jane from Our Little Escapades talked about Ethan's First Parent Evening and how that differed from what she'd have expected at a mainstream school.
Welcome back to the Health Round-up, I took a break last month due to general chaos of summer term life but we are back this month with an interesting selection of health-related posts from around the blogosphere. First up this month is a return to Mum of Three World who has had ongoing problems with her skin and has been desperately searching for answers.
Last week saw a new budget from the Conservative Party and in terms of what got parent bloggers talking, it was the promise of an introduction of a new rule that will see families unable to claim any welfare support for third and subsequent children post April 2017. Most people feel that, while it is reasonable to only have the family you can afford, this new rule will see many families really struggling should they suddenly hit a bump in the road - redundancy, marital break down, ill health or bereavement - life doesn't always run smoothly, and nobody wants to see children go hungry.
Summer is finally here and it has been fantastic weather to get out and about with your video camera! Many of our featured vloggers this month have been off doing stuff and recording their days but we are inclusive...
Welcome to the school summer holiday edition of the Home and Design round-up. In this post I will be coveting and featuring makeovers, a gorgeous AirBnB property to lust after, some nifty DIY and of course glorious gardens.
Here we are again with a roundup of some of the great posts out there on fostering and adoption. We have had a very busy July on The Adoption Social, with our second sore point’s week, this time on contact.
What do you do when you can’t write? I stayed up too late on Pinterest, clearly in another life that might say “I was at the screening of this incredible independent film - so much to debate afterwards...