Are you after something a little bit different for yourself or for your little ones? Perhaps something ethically made, a little special, colourful, practical and fun and packaged up with love especially for you?
Then here’s why you should go and have a peek at The Natal Family online shop, as it might just become your favourite go-to place for all things pregnancy, birth and baby-related!
If you have been following The Natal Family on our Facebook community page, you’ll know that our elves had a very busy November getting surprise Christmas Bundles over to their new family in time for the Festive Season.
But the fun isn’t over! Christmas isn’t here yet, so if you’re still out looking for that special present for your little one, you can still head over to The Natal Family shop and grab yourself a bargain!
Being in the business of providing antenatal classes to parents-to-be or classes to new parents in the postnatal period, we noticed that a lot of parents move house at some point during their pregnancy, and often towards the latest stages of the pregnancy, or carry out building / extension work either during the pregnancy and during the early weeks and months of their babies’ life. Continue reading “Boxes, builders, bellies and babies” »
This morning I was in the supermarket doing the weekly shopping with my nearly-20 month old in the trolley. We had been there for a little while, and he was tired and bored of sitting down. He saw me putting strawberries in the trolley, and he wanted some. But he had already had some crackers and 2 bananas, and I knew he would have made me open the strawberries and then refuse to eat them. I would have then been left with an open box of strawberries which no doubt I would have spilled on the floor at some point (in the shop, in the car, in my driveway or in the house…) I had been there and done that, and I knew that would happen! Continue reading “To the lady who judged and didn’t stop” »
Earlier this month Natal HQ we went camping in the Lake District. It was our opportunity to have some quality time as a family with no phones or emails. however, as it usually is, the divide between work and play was an slim one!
One day of our holiday our older two children (aged 6 & 7) went on Tree Top Junior at Go Ape. I was expecting it to be a lot tamer that it actually was – it was HIGH and in some parts even the adults accompanying some of the children were clearly finding it physically and mentally challenging. Continue reading “What do birth and Go Ape have in common?” »