How to Support A Holistic Development of Children
Whole-child approaches are slowly replacing traditional approaches to raising and teaching children. This holistic development of children focuses more on the child’s well-being and their physical, emotional, and intellectual needs. This approach is oriented towards kids completely, making them active participants in their learning process. Many learning centres have incorporated this method, and their results […]
Giggles galore at our Happy Party!
On Tuesday evening this week, Beanie Boy was invited to a birthday party after school which left Little Bean and Jelly Bean a little down in the dumps, Jelly Bean being only 2 years old just couldn’t understand why he wasn’t allowed to go to the party with his big brother so the tears began […]
Fun and frolics at Fineshade Woods
The Mummy Matters household is feeling a little jaded today, we’ve had a full-on weekend with my Sister and her beautiful family who came to stay with us for the weekend. Living a little over 3 hours away and all with busy lives we don’t get to see each other as often as we would […]
Moments that mattered in 2013
As the New Year has started I have decided to look back on the moments that mattered in 2013. Last year started with a bang for us and probably the event that will mark 2013 as a great year for us was the arrival of our cheeky little chappy Jelly Bean on 31st January. After […]
Do your children choose their own bedroom decor?
When we moved the children’s rooms around in preparation for the arrival of Jelly Bean we asked each of them how they would like their bedrooms decorated. We gave them as much ‘free choice’ with their rooms as we possibly could, depending on how expensive their ideas became. Our philosophy was that they need to […]
October Half Term 2013 – Thursday
Hubby went back to work for the day today but dare I say it, we didn’t miss him. Now that’s not being mean, we had already made plans to spend the day with our friends MumtoC and MasterC. When Little Bean got dressed this morning I had to laugh as she reached for her pink […]