Blowing out the candles on birthday party politics: The rules

Invites: If you want to invite one person  to a birthday party from a group/club/class/clique, you must invite the entire group/club/class, no exceptions, so nobody is left out. Birthday Cake: It should be bigger than the cake at the last party you went to. The birthday girl/boy’s parents must spend at least 48 hours hand … More Blowing out the candles on birthday party politics: The rules

Singing Frozen Let it Go: Why it could be dangerous for your kid

“Let it gooo, Let it gooo, the cold never bothered me anyway…” *cue dancing and drums* It is our favourite (or at least most sung) song in this house. Even my two-year-old knows the words and the tune. Watch Frozen Live on stage here:   But Should little kids sing Let It Go ? To … More Singing Frozen Let it Go: Why it could be dangerous for your kid

Family travel guide: Adventures in Malaysia from Taman Negara to Kuala Lumpur

The moment you walk out of the airport, it hits you. The humid heat engulfs every inch of your body, the smell makes your stomach rumble and there’s a whirring noise in the background. Welcome to South East Asia… a part of the world I have been travelling to since I was a little kid. … More Family travel guide: Adventures in Malaysia from Taman Negara to Kuala Lumpur

Real Life Reads: Meet the founder of a kids activity app

Each week I’m featuring an inspiring person whose real-life experience is sure to inspire you.  This week… Mama Mei chats to a young entrepreneur who has set up a nation-wide app which helps parents locate child-friendly activities in their area.  23-year-old Tessa Robinson, a former musical theatre student, created the Club Hub UK app after … More Real Life Reads: Meet the founder of a kids activity app

LGBT History Month: Growing up Gay – alternative truths

I’m proud to have been brought up by two Gay Men (my Dad and my Step-Dad) as well as a straight couple (my Mum and my other Step-Dad). Having grown up in a largely homophobic society, it shudders me to think that times were even harder in the past for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans … More LGBT History Month: Growing up Gay – alternative truths

Total Fitness: Why you should get your whole family in the gym #SP

I have never been to a gym like it. On entering I saw a woman on the stepper with a pram and baby by her side. Kids were laughing away on the rowing machines.  And there were mums and kids getting ready for the swimming pool, inside the large changing areas where there are special … More Total Fitness: Why you should get your whole family in the gym #SP

Chinese New Year: How to celebrate it with your family or friends

Lion dancing, red packets (Ang Paos), lanterns, acrobatics, Kung Fu and exquisite food are all synonymous with celebrating Chinese New Year. But how can you celebrate it in the UK? YES. 2017 marks the Year of the Rooster which signifies fidelity and punctuality. So without further a do let’s kick off with some ideas for this … More Chinese New Year: How to celebrate it with your family or friends

Career Change: I gave up my dream job to be a Stay-at-Home-Mum & Super Blogger

We all have that “argh what am I doing with my life moment?!” But many of us refuse to change the direction in which we’re going as it is easier to stay within your comfort-zone. Doing the “norm” whether that be working Mon-Fri 9-5, living for the weekend, or just feeling pooped out by things. I … More Career Change: I gave up my dream job to be a Stay-at-Home-Mum & Super Blogger