Parenting

Talking to children about death.

Now this may not be our most cheerful post, but I think it’s an important one! Let’s be honest, we have all experienced death, and our children will also experience death. Rather than shelter them from this, it’s better to try and explain it in a way that they’ll understand. …

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Interviewing our toddler

I was trying to come up with a different blog post to do, and thought as a big part of our blog is to do with being parents, that it would make sense to introduce the boy that made that possible! Grayson is 2 (3 in April) and such a …

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Parenting during a pandemic.

I’ve found that during the whole Coronavirus pandemic and the multiple lockdowns, I’ve felt sadness for pretty much everyone. The elderly stuck in care homes, people that are pregnant or have just given birth and in desperate need of support, school children trying to learn from home, people with mental …

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How to talk to children about mental health.

Mental health is definitely becoming a subject that is talked about more openly than it has been in the past, which I am totally here for. I think mental health is something we should all look after, just as much as our physical health. We should also encourage our children …

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Starting Nursery at 2, and highly sensitive children

Starting Nursery

For those that follow our Instagram account – you’ll know that Grayson has recently started Nursery. Starting Nursery is something that has filled me with anxiety, for several reasons. So, I thought I’d share those anxieties, and let you know how Gracie has been getting on since starting Nursery. Backstory …

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Our Quarantine Routine.

Quarantine Routine

If you’re a long time follower of The Stevenson Life, you’ll have seen the previous routine posts we’ve done about routines within our household (our AM routine can be found here, our PM routine can be found here and our most recent daily routine can be found here). We thought …

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