CPR Kids: Why Knowing First Aid & CPR Is Important For Parents

Mummy Inspiration: Learning first aid and CPR for kids is important especially when you are a parent!  This is a guest post written by Sarah Hunstead, a Paediatric Nurse, mother of 2, and Founding Director of CPR Kids. CPR Kids is an organisation that offers resources and training in CPR and first aid for babies (and children) either in hospital or privately. It is a great option for parents, family, carers, and anyone who may be working with children! Knowing even the basics of first aid and CPR can be crucial in helping your children and even saving a life. You Read More

How to Be a Product Tester (In Australia)

Mummy Confession: I love trialing and reviewing products, especially for my baby! Over the years as a mum, I have found several places which offer product tests for mums and babies, as well as places that just take your information and give it away to spam emails and phone calls. I have listed only the legitimate ones I have used below. I have actually signed up and received products from all of these companies. As far as I know, I don’t receive any compensation or perks for referring people, but because I like trying new things, I love sharing them Read More

Tree Hut Village: The Parent-to-Parent Lending/Borrowing Community

Mummy Confession: I have a hard time letting go of things I’ve bought for babies, especially the “big ticket” items. Disclosure: This post is not sponsored or endorsed by Tree Hut Village. However some links here are affiliate links (which have been updated since the original post) We’ve all done this, I’m sure. After having one child, and unsure about time between children, we put the car seat, the high chair, and maybe even other  large items in storage. They gather dust and appear useless until needed again for years. It’s either that or sell on buy/sell pages for a Read More

Pregnancy and Parenting Communities

Mummy Confession: I am making things up as I go with this whole parenting thing. Yes, even after three kids. Pregnancy is hard. Post partum is hard. Parenting is hard. Once you start on the whole journey, there is no pause button. You run on food fumes and next to no sleep (if your babies are anything like mine) all while trying to keep this precious baby sustained (and other children if you have more than one). I’ve read all the advice of “put yourself first”, “you can’t pour from an empty cup”, and “a little crying won’t hurt them,” Read More