Although our children love to read, I’m always looking for new ways to inspire their creativity and learn something new. We were recently sent a few issues of The Phoenix – a brilliant comic for children. It’s turned out to be the perfect thing for them to dip in and out of before and after
One thing that hasn’t changed since I was little is a child’s love of temporary tattoos. Whether we’re at a party or away on holiday, if there is the opportunity to have a temporary tattoo the child will jump at it. So, what child wouldn’t enjoy having beautiful glitter tattoos at home?
LP and Little Man haven’t had consistent swimming lessons for a while – due to the pandemic and our local leisure centre closing for refurbishment. But, next week they start lessons again and they couldn’t be more excited, especially with brand new onesies to wear afterwards thanks to Cookie Dough Kids.
I know I can’t be the only one that finds it so hard to exercise around family life. Trying to pencil in sessions at the gym or a quick run around childcare. Well, I’ve recently discovered Joya and it has completely changed how I exercise – bringing the joy of exercise directly to my home.
It’s no secret that LP and Little Man are really creative and they love nothing more than getting the pens or paints out and letting their imaginations run wild. Over recent weeks they’ve enjoyed using watercolour brush pens and painting rocks but this week we had something new to try – window markers from Chalkola!
It’s that time of year where I start thinking about what to buy the dads in my life for Father’s Day. I have quite a few men to buy for and this is actually one of my favourite annual occasions to shop for too. Here are a few Father’s Day gift ideas to give you
LP and Little Man absolutely love being creative and a couple of weeks ago we shared their joy at rock painting. Recently, they’ve been learning something completely new – the art of watercolour with Chalkola’s fantastic Watercolour Brush Pens.
Over the course of the pandemic the children have spotted so many painted rocks left locally and many communities have created Covid Snakes made of painted rocks or kindness rocks projects too. This has made the children so excited to paint their own rocks and it’s a really fun activity to do with the children
Now that the children are back to school I’m sure we’re not the only ones trying to get back into a good routine. The last year has been such a strange time and I know that lockdown has brought with it a lot of relaxation. So now it’s time for us to work on getting