Meet Ezra

The Boss. Our Son. Sincere Kids Consultant.

This is our beaut Ez and he is two years old going on 30! He is the reason I will be able to share tricks, tips and products for babies and toddlers. I absolutely love finding trendy clothing for him and he looks adorable in the little pieces that I find around.

I find he really stands out in colourful clothes, particularly, dark blues, browns, whites and navy greens. I thought it would be nice to show you my process in selecting really cute pieces for him when I'm out and about. Fashion may not be your kind of thing but there's definitely a maternal satisfaction in being able to pick cute little numbers for him. Let's face it, before I know it he will be all grown up and be picking for himself. When I first had a son I found it incredibly hard to find him flattering clothes and I had no idea where to start.  I always thought that dressing a litle girl would be easier because there is a lot of stylish and cute clothing available for girls. However, I felt like it was 'my right' as a mum not to be robbed of the opportunity to put beautiful and flattering clothing on my son! Haha! So I fought and won the right to dress my boy in style and now I'm happy to share my affordable and cute pieces on here with you all. So let the fun times roll!

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Why I chose to write books for children

Why I chose to write books for children

I have a vivid mind.

I love to wonder and explore possibilities. Sometimes my mind wonders to the most beautiful places and other times I have to switch gear to get control of it. It is a bit of a wild-fire to be honest. Everyday I learn to 'take every thought captive.' That being said some of the beautiful places lead to me writing my first book, 'A Whole New Bundle of Love.'

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Empowering my child

Empowering my child

Hey there,

This is a poster of the empowering words that I constantly repeat to my little boy to help him to recognise his value. Sometimes he repeats it with me and sometimes he just ignores me but I know that what I am saying is sinking in. The most important thing is that I am making a conscious effort to speak good things over his life before he goes into the world and may not receive the same treatment.

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11 AWESOME Tips for First Time Mothers

11 AWESOME Tips for First Time Mothers

Dear Diary,

It’s taken me a while to write because, in truth, I’ve been having writer’s block. I want to share my experiences in an informative, humorous and encouraging way and it honestly takes time. So I’ve finally managed to put together something worthy of sharing. Today, I want to talk about my experiences during pregnancy and the things that I wish that someone had told me.  

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Keratosis Pilaris in toddlers

Keratosis Pilaris in toddlers

So I recently visited the doctors for a minor injury and they looked at my son and said "oh he has keratosis pilaris." Thrown off of the fact that I came in for my own health diagnosis I responded with a bewildered "eh?! What's that?" The doctor responded "it's a flair up in the form of a rash." By this time I'm freaking out "is it going to hurt him? Will he be ok? Is it curable?" She interrupts with "he'll be fine, my daughter has it too." 

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When is the 'right time' to have baby?

When is the 'right time' to have baby?

Lets face it, everyone is different; there's no right or wrong answer to this question. It's more a case of what works for you as a couple. If you're like me and have had your first child then the gravity of this decision will weigh even heavier. There are a few indicators as to whether you may feel like you're unprepared to take on another member just yet.

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The Potty vs  Me

The Potty vs Me

That moment that yuo start potty training and you wonder whether to leave your toddler in their nappy until they're 40! Haha! It's definitely testing ones patience dealing with potty training especally when they tell you "I dunnit in the nappy!" The one thousandth time. However I'm learning a few tips and tricks along the way that I thought that it would be helpful to share.

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