Imposter Syndrome is a phrase that we hear a lot about at the moment. It seems to be something that effects women more than men and it really can stop you (if you let it!) doing the things you really want to do.Continue Reading
Here in Ealing we are so lucky to have Watermans Arts Centre right on our doorstep. The Centre houses an independent cinema, theatre and art gallery.
One of the things I absolutely love about Christmas is the opportunity to put together some special outfits for my Daughter.
My family and I have been going to Winter Wonderland every year since it first opened in 2007. Over the years it has become a place that we always visit, as the build up to Christmas begins.
There are so many activity classes for babies and toddlers available locally in Ealing, so as a Mum it can be overwhelming at times to decided which one to go for.
This week, I would like to introduce you to another Ealing Mum who has developed her own business and brand.
This Half Term we decided to book a family holiday to Center Parcs and this time we picked Woburn Forest as we hadn’t visited this location before.
Tell me a bit about your background and why you decided to start Baby Steps? I am a Paediatric Nurse, Health Visitor, Infant Massage Instructor and Mummy of two!
I wish that there had been such a thing as Mush when I had my Daughter in 2012. Let me take you back just five years ago, of course we had Facebook, all the usual NCT meet ups and playgroups that were an opportunity to make new Mum friends, but there certainly wasn’t an app quite like Mush.
Saturday evening is usually our family night out where we like to enjoy a meal together, so we are always looking for somewhere new to try.