Baby’s Development – Week 38
Finding it impossible to keep the house tidy? Your baby is starting to leave a trail of destruction behind her, pulling out of every cupboard and shelf she sees. She’s exploring her world, in awe of all the different objects she’s discovering. Best get used to a messy house for a while.
Grocery shopping with your children
Whether you were a domestic goddess or a takeaway woman before having your baby, you, or your partner, will now be cooking healthily for your little one. Making big batches to freeze and defrosting as you need it, is the most time and cost effective way of ensuring you are all eating a healthy diet. If you’re on a budget, one sure-fire way to save is by shopping smartly for food. Planning your meals in advance, sticking to your list, and buying fresh, seasonal ingredients is the smartest and most cost-effective way to shop. It’s the pre-packaged, ready meals that tend to keep that shopping bill high.
Family tax relief
The tax system in this country is such that oftentimes, you could be entitled to benefits or tax relief and you’re simply not aware of it. Doing some detective work on just what benefits, supplements and allowances you might be entitled to could make all the difference in your finances. If you’d like further information on what you and your family are entitled to, contact your local Citizens Information office.
Nutrition for your baby
From birth to the age of two is a very important period for the development and encouragement of the optimal health, growth, and behaviour of your child. Ensuring that she is stimulated to learn, has a healthy diet and approach to food and is taught good behaviour from a very early age sets the foundation for life-long good habits. It’s never too early to start.