The start of a home made sensory basket

Ever since our first Baby Sensory class I knew that I wanted to make a box or basket for us to have at home. I love that Erin enjoys such a variety of toys and activities but Baby Sensory class is one of her favourites. To start with we were lucky to have been given some baby gifts in a lovely wicker basket so choosing our box was really easy. The basket is kept out of the way as it has no lid and I don’t want Erin seeing into it while we’re in her room. I want her to

Baby Yoga

Recently I posted about how busy Erin is during the week and all of the different classes she goes to. Today we’re missing one of our favourite classes which is Mitchy Titch Yoga Fun and Fitness or in short, Baby Yoga. This week we don’t have a class as the teacher Eva is on holiday so I thought it would be the perfect time to tell you all about it! It actually took me a while to discover this class and I can’t believe I didn’t know about it sooner. The Banana Babies (from 8 weeks old) class runs on a Tuesday morning

Bounce and Rhyme Time: North Walsham Library

Something I have regretting since being pregnant then having Erin is not ever learning to drive. I did start when I was 17 but hated my instructor so I just gave up. I’ve never really needed to learn though having lived in places with fantastic transport. It was moving to Norfolk that made me realise I really should have learned at some point. Anyway, my worry about not driving was being able to take Erin to do different activities. I want her to be able to do whatever she wants when she’s older and I want to take her to