Monthly Archives: April, 2016

Octonauts and the two boys.

Ever since Polar bear was 3 he has loved The Octonauts, a cartoon programme for kids about the undersea adventures of a group of ‘Octonauts’ who explore, rescue and protect sea creatures. Over the years he has amassed quite a lot of knowledge on marine biology and is hoping to become a marine biologist when …

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The importance of sleep.

Polar bear’s school decided to send most of the school on a residential trip. We had a discussion and, although they want him to attend, they didn’t feel they would be able to properly look after him overnight. This wasn’t surprising as bedtime has always been a difficult time for Polar bear. We agreed that …

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Stimming; the six month old way.

Call me crazy, but I swear Ton stims. For the last 2 months he has rocked whenever he’s been sitting up. It’s not just for balance. If you hold him tight and try to keep him still he’ll throw himself back to break free, the kid loves to move. Ever since he could control his …

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The Babies; pregnancy and birth.

I have to admit that all three pregnancies were interesting. I tend to go with the flow quite a bit and there were quite a few enjoyable parts of being pregnant and there were some not so enjoyable bits. Polar bear. My first pregnancy went as well as could be. I had some dizzy spells …

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