After you have been married a number of years, you might start considering renewing your rows. After all, it’s a great way of celebrating your love. In fact, it can help relight the spark in your relationship. And if you have had kids, it’s a superb opportunity for them to be part of your special day this time round. However, a lot of couples don’t know where to start when planning their renewal. Therefore, here is some handy advice to make renewing your vows a special day for the whole family.
The home may be the place we feel the safest, but it isn’t invincible. Things can and do go wrong at home, from electrical shortages to carbon monoxide leaks. You need to be readily prepared for coping with things like fires, floods and general disasters that affect you and your family.
When you have kids, it can be difficult to still get the most out of life. Everything starts to revolve around them from your spare time to your finances to what you do on your holidays. It’s a crazy lifestyle change that no one is ever truly prepared for. But you shouldn’t just give up on your wants and desires when you become a parent. You are still an individual, you have needs. You shouldn’t let every day revolve around your kids. If you do this, you will end up resenting them. So, let’s tackle some of the issues that stop you from enjoying life as a full-time mom or dad.
When you’re in the middle of a relationship breakdown, things can often become a little stressful at home. You might engage in pointless arguments with your ex, and they could have adverse effects on your children. With that in mind, I wanted to release a post that offers some useful advice. At the end of the day, no parent wants their littles ones to suffer. So, in most instances, you need to bite your lip and do things the right way. Take a quick look at some of the tips on this page and try to put them into practice. I guarantee your kids are going to feel a lot happier once you do that.
Anyone who's ever tried to plan a party knows the classic fear. That you'll put huge amounts of effort into everything, the planning, the food, the decorations, and then nobody actually shows up. A lot of the time you can put this down to being a little bit paranoid because of party planning stress, but it can be a genuine fear for a lot of people. After all, what's the point in putting in all that effort if it's just going to go to waste? Fortunately, there are some things that you can do to help avoid this feeling. Here are a few simple tips for throwing a party that people are going to actually want to attend.
Divorce is always going to be difficult for your children. After all, you have to remember that no matter how amicable the split is the family is still going to look completely different once it’s over. Some people claim it’s easier if you have younger children because they don’t understand what’s happening. Others say that it’s easier for older kids because they can handle it more effectively. Is either true? After all, when kids are young, it can be difficult coping on your own. And even children who are grown up and moved out have difficulties if their parents get divorced at a later stage in life. So how can you make sure that a divorce is as easy as it can be for your kids? Well, there are a few things you can do.
The question that every parent dreads to hear in the car is “are we there yet?”. Your children are hyperactive, they’re not tired, and they want to get up and do something instead of being strapped into their chairs. Sadly, there aren’t many ways to get around boring car journeys and no matter how hard we try, we’ll never be able to banish them forever and keep our children entertained for hours on end.
She's (almost) back to business! Savannah Guthrie shared an adorable
photo of her two month old baby boy, Charley, on Instagram and
announced that she is just about ready to return to her "Today"
show roots after being on maternity leave for almost three months.
"Hey little one, you're not the ONLY good reason to wake up early!
I'm headed back to @Todayshow March 3! Excited to see you all!" she
captioned the snap.
Getting ready for a house move can take a lot of organising. You’ve got to sort a new house to move into while packing your current home, keeping the kids entertained and with as little disruption as possible. No easy feat, right?