Cuts: universal credit

If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that I’ve been speaking about Universal Credit for a while now, and had expressed my fears about our family being transferred over to this new system. Although started in 2013, the horrors of UC only started to come to light in 2017, but even now it isn’t spoken […]

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Dreaming of a tight Christmas

Christmas gifts on a budget This is a completely different blog post to the more serious stuff I usually post, but I’ve had a lot of messages after posting a couple of cheap things I had found for this Christmas, so thought I’d compile a list of things I have done for this Christmas to […]

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Breastfeeding as a young mum

I always knew that I was going to breastfeed when I was pregnant with Noah. All the babies I knew had been fed this way and I thought I was pretty clued up in terms of how it goes. I was also comfortable with the fact that if he didn’t latch, I would formula feed. […]

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Coping with speech delay

Roman is 20 months. Speech and language referrals are rarely accepted until after a child has turned 2. I am not concerned about my child being ‘behind’ as I am well aware that all develop at their own rate, and I have met children at his age, who are non verbal and have then grown […]

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