Below you will find a review of the Talia Soft Close Family Toilet Seat, Complete Family Toilet Seat with Integrated Child Seat Platform Ideal for Potty Training. This review was originally published on the My Mummy Reviews site:
"I recently contacted ‘Family Seat‘ on Twitter and asked them if they would consider gifting me one of their Family Toilet Seats to review on my blog and the lovely team said that ‘Yes, they would!’. So here I am today, reviewing my first ever loo seat on ‘My Mummy Reviews’….not just any bog-standard loo seat though (excuse the pun!)…. theTalia Soft Close Family Toilet Seat!
I gave the toilet seat to my parents so that they could fit it in their house as it would come in very handy for when they have all their grandchildren round.
Frustration is a common emotion experienced by both parent and child when feeling out of control, overstretched or simply just exhausted. Dealing with toddler milestones can exacerbate feelings of frustration in what might be seen as a Catch 22 situation; successfully mastering milestones is a sign of your toddler’s growing independencebut this can lead back to feelings of frustration from the adult when your child wants to assert themselves and won’t always do as they are told.
If you’ve ever been frustrated around your toddler and had one of those days or weeks where they just won’t listen, then you will be more than familiar with the importance of good communication.
As parents ourselves, we have always placed clear communication high on the priority list when it comes to bringing up our children. That’s why Family Seat makes a contribution to children’s communication charity I CAN with every seat purchased on our official site.
We all know that Christmas is a great excuse for indulgence in all forms from the gifts to the seemingly endless amount of delicious food. While we would never be party poopers, we do suggest keeping an eye on the kids during the holidays to make sure they don’t give themselves upset tummies by eating too much rich food. It’s also important to limit their consumption to avoid them becoming dependent on junk food and losing interest in healthier options.
When we become parents, we adopt a whole new way of life in many aspects. New Year’s Eve is one such example of when parenting moves the goalposts - gone are the days of partying until dawn but there are so many fun ways to ring in the new year as a family when the kids are still young. Whether you plan to stay home or get out and about, here’s our pick of the best…
With Christmas around the corner, even the Scrooges among us will surely be writing their gift lists and putting time aside to do their online Christmas shop. It can be tricky coming up with unique gifts year after year and it can be so tempting to simply buy toys, games and other fun bits for the toddlers in your life – and for the parents of the child. which is why trends have gravitated towards more useful and practical gifts in recent times.
There’s nothing wrong with keeping the magic in Christmas through entertaining gifts but, with a bit of thought and gift guides such as ours, you can make sure to bring something a little more meaningful to everyone around you this Christmas.