I know this is a fairly cliche blog post but it has been inspired by an event that happened in our house earlier. My daughter is 22 months old and we aren't really trying to potty train her yet. However, in the last week or so she's become very interested in her potty and really… Continue reading 20 ways you know you’re a parent
Following on from my post about singing with your toddler (you can read that here) I thought I'd write a little post about using instruments with your baby or toddler. I'm sure most people have realised that toddlersjust love making a noise...well my toddler does anyway. She can make an instrument out of anything and… Continue reading 5 ways to make music with a toddler
I recently read an article titled 'New research finds link between some baby books and postnatal depression'. (You can read it here.) The research has been carried out by Swansea University and someone posted it in a Facebook group. I did not suffer with postnatal depression but did find having a baby very difficult and… Continue reading When your baby hasn’t read the manual
I feel my first proper post as The Music Mummy should be about my favourite thing. Singing! I have seen first hand the value of singing in the lives of children (because its what I do for a job). Anyone can google the benefits of singing and find countless articles about how good it is...for everyone,… Continue reading 5 ways to get singing with your baby/toddler
If you follow any of my social media you may have spotted that I've mentioned a big name change for the blog a few times now. Shortly after I post this I'm going to officially change the name of the blog to ..... drum roll please ..... The Music Mummy. So you will be able to find… Continue reading I am the music mummy.