It seems daft doesn’t it that you can live so close to family but hardly ever see them? Unfortunately I have found that is the way that it is when you have young children. Some people don’t worry too much about keeping their children into a routine and their children thrive on it but I’m . . . → Read More: Easter Holidays – Day 10 – The Beans meet their new baby cousin
As we rolled out of our beds to see the sun shining a plan for the morning formed in my head. Once breakfast was finished I set to work on building the Little Tikes Trike which we had been sent to review. It perhaps wasn’t my best idea to build the Trike with 3 . . . → Read More: Easter Holidays – Day 9 – Little Tikes Trike and Country Walk
Crafting and Chocolate – could I have been given a more perfect challenge!! In case you have been hiding under a rock you won’t have failed to notice that Easter is just around the corner so we have been getting busy with Easter crafts and for this project, I was put in the catastrophic position . . . → Read More: Easter Holidays – Day 2 – Easter Basket, Bonnets and a catchup with friends
I always approach the school holidays with mixed feelings, on the one hand I look forward to spending extra time with my Beans and having them at home for an extended period on my own and on the other, I dread having them home for an extended period on my own. Don’t get me wrong, . . . → Read More: Easter Holidays Day 1 – Yellow Moon Easter Crafts
Have you ever stopped to think about what life must be like for your children? I mean, actually looking at life through their eyes? I have, it’s something I think about often. It’s the reason I will often carry my children when walking in busy places because I think it must be very daunting for . . . → Read More: The Persil #KidsToday Project – looking at life through a child’s eyes
Looking outside at the weather today it looks pretty much the same as last Saturday, the only difference is that today I am sitting here typing up this post and last week I was about half way through a very enjoyable day out with just Little Bean and myself. I am very aware of the . . . → Read More: Much needed girlie time thanks to MyVue
When your child starts school you wonder how they will cope, will they love school? Will they hate it? Will they make friends, or will they be a loner? I had all of those anxieties and more when Little Bean started school because she would be going to a school she she only knew one . . . → Read More: Little Bean brings home Leo again!
Reading doesn’t come naturally to everyone and so picking up a traditional book may not always be the best form of learning for some. Alternatively, if you do have a child who enjoys learning to read, it can be helpful to find additional ways of keeping their reading journey fun. I was recently asked . . . → Read More: Have you tried Reading Eggs? Get your extended FREE trial here!
The Emotional Fallout is Significant –
Abbott Launches New Solutions to Help Mums Tackle the Issue
MAIDENHEAD, 16 January 2014. Abbott today unveils new research1 revealing that fussy eating habits affect more than eight in ten families across the UK.
The results of the survey1 of over 1000 parents, commissioned . . . → Read More: Over 80 Percent of UK Parents Have Children Who Are Fussy Eaters
If you go down to Costa today, you’re sure of a great surprise . . . because Perry the Penguin Gingerbread has arrived to put a smile on the faces of the younger visitors. To celebrate Perry’s arrival 10 bloggers were selected to take part in a Perry the Penguin Challenge. Over the course of . . . → Read More: When Perry the Penguin came to visit #PerryOnTour