Do you find grocery shopping with your children stressful? Are you looking for some top tips on ways to make it less stressful? Well you’ve come to the right place! For a complete stress-free grocery shop make sure you go ALONE, and if that’s not possible then do it all online! I’m pretty sure I suffer from […]
About Becci Nicholls
Becci Nicholls is a 32 year old writer based in the UK. She has been married for over ten years to husband Peter, and they have two young boys aged 6 & 4.
This site is an open invitation into her life, her journey through motherhood, her battle with mental health issues, and her journey through caring for children with special needs.
If you're looking for honesty and somewhere you can come to feel supported and a little less alone in life then you're in the right place.
Entries by Becci Nicholls
No matter what walk of life we’ve come from we all have one thing in common and that’s people. We all have people in our lives; colleagues, kids, partners, husbands, wives, family members, acquaintances, friends. The list is endless. But some of these relationships are relentless in the impact they have on our lives. And let’s […]
Kids are hard work, and anybody who thinks other wise either doesn’t have kids or is riding a unicorn in the land of delusion. I love my kids more than anything in this world, but jeez do I long for bedtime some nights, a lot of nights. And do I feel guilty saying that? Hell […]
We have shared various toys with you from Schleich over the years, we love their products so much, and these Schleich dinosaurs we received did not disappoint! They are fab! My boys love dinosaur play, they enjoy setting up little scenes with rocks and leaves and dinosaurs of all kinds. It keeps them entertained for […]
On television shows, cooking with children always looks relaxing and adorable. In reality, I know too many moms who find letting their kids into the kitchen to cook an excruciating ordeal. However, it’s all about your expectations. With the easy tips below, you can manage your expectations and actually find this task enjoyable. Why Bake […]
You know the drill, your three year old has a tantrum, he lashes out at you, you sit him out, several attempts are needed, and you count to ten whilst feeling the glares of people standing by or walking past. Their judgemental glances, and eye rolls burn deep into your heart, and you feel like […]
We love Brio here, and have many of their train and track products, some which have been passed down from older generations yet are still in immaculate condition. That’s the good thing about Brio, it ages well, so well that it’s timeless. We were recently sent the Brio Cargo Transport Helicopter, and boy were my […]
Autism is not a gift. I wish my child didn’t have ASD… I’m tired of seeing people write about how they wouldn’t change their child because autism is part of them and a gift. Well I call bs on that. A gift? Autism is not a gift. But my child is gifted. Agree or not […]
We love a little treat over at Swords and Snoodles, especially a festive one so we decided to make some Easter biscuits! Our Easter biscuits were Bunny Backs and they were so delicious. They were real easy to make so I thought I’d share the recipe with you. You will need: 250g butter 140g caster […]