Witchy Travel Tales author: Sibel Beadle with daughters Vie and Kie
A BILLERICAY mum’s bedtime stories, written to comfort her daughters as she divorced their father, are soon to be enjoyed by children everywhere.
Sibel Beadle, 46, who lives on a former farm at the edge of Stock, started penning the Witchy Travel Tales for her girls Vie, now ten, and Kei, now eight, two years ago.
Now the first of the five tales is on sale in book stores nationwide.
But how did it all come about?
“My husband left two and a half years ago and my decree absolute was almost a year ago,” Sibel explains. Continue reading
Sounds to help babies like Sonny Jim snooze
When it comes to sleeping, we can’t *really* grumble about Sonny Jim.
He does sleep at night. In his cot, in the nursery. And he generally only wakes up once or twice between 7pm and 6am – and usually just needs a bit of reassurance to get back to sleep. Unless he’s teething. Or got a cold. Or a cough. Or is going through a growth spurt.
But anyway. While the hubby and me are rattling around of an evening, Ewan the sheep helps stop Sonny Jim for being disturbed. Annoyingly though, the white noise and womb sounds only play for 15-20mins. Which means one of us is constantly nipping upstairs to press it again. And again. And again.
Which is why news of Sleepyhead Radio, which plays soothing sounds from the home and nature, has more than caught my attention.