Ok so I know, the downside of spring is the fact that it rains A LOT! Rainy days and bored kids traditionally don't mix, but I have compiled a list of fun ideas to make even the wettest of days fun fun fun! *This post may contain affiliate links which means that I'll make a … Continue reading Enjoy rainy days with kids (for free!)
One of my favourite things, as a mother and a book addict, is to change the display books on our front facing bookshelf every few weeks. These are the books that set the scene in the playroom and , as they're always on display, are the first books the girls pick for story time. For … Continue reading 8 Wonderful Books with a Spring Theme
Ah Spring! The most welcome time of year, after a long, dark and cold winter, there's no better feeling than the onset of Spring. The days get longer, outdoors suddenly becomes colourful again, spring flowers begin to emerge, the weather becomes milder and most people, myself included begin to feel happier, more positive. It's fantastic! … Continue reading 7 Fantastic Ideas for Getting Outdoors in Spring
This year, I've decided that we're really going to have a good go at the 50 Things to do Before You're 11 3/4s challenge by the National Trust. We've dabbled in the past, and managed to get a few things completed in the Autumn, but I've decided, this year, to make a feature of it … Continue reading Taking on the National Trust’s #50Things Challenge.
A list of the things we plan to accomplish as a family in Winter 2018.
I just love to cook and eat at this time of year. After a cold day out and about, there is nothing nicer than coming home to the smell of a casserole or stew bubbling away in the slow cooker. We love good old fashioned, simple food, with seasonal British ingredients where we can, so … Continue reading Make seasonal food – Tick!
Dear A, My darling girl, 4 days, that's how long it is until your first day at school. You are so excited. You are so ready...I am not so sure. To me, you're still a baby, I want to snuggle you, protect you, smell your sweet hair, keep you safe and innocent from the big … Continue reading A letter to my daughter starting school.