I wish I could say that I live in a clutter free streamlined home, however, that would be a big fat lie. I really need to make more of an effort and once I have decluttered stop seeing it as an opportunity to bring more things into our home. So that fact that you can declutter and make money is a total win in my opinion.
This simple Washi Tape Christmas Trees Garland is a super fun and simple kids craft perfect for the festive season. I really love using washi tape with children as it is simple to tear or cut. low-tac so they can remove and restick it and it comes in so many colours and patterns. The washi tape Christmas Trees can be used to decorate cards but also look perfect strung together to make a washi tape Christmas trees garland or bunting. Simple Washi Tape Christmas Trees Garland Materials Cereal box Washi tape, we used red and green (UK Link/US Link) 1/8 inch paper punch (UK Link/US Link) Thread – we used a more »
I think you will go a long way to find anything better than a kid-made Christmas card, so I am delighted to be sharing with you a month’s worth of fantastic Christmas cards all made by children, along with full instructions for making them with your own children. These DIY Christmas card ideas are perfect for doing with a group of children especially KS! and preschoolers. Although there is something for kids of all ages here.
Parenting: reality versus imagination. Before my boys came and lit up my life I really didn’t have any experience of children other than being one! I was the epitome of a career woman. Over the years I hope that I have shared the reality of parenting here, however, I too still reel from the difference between parenting expectations and reality!
I am a DisneyLife Brand Ambassador and this post was created in partnership with DisneyLife who have provided me with a free 12 month DisneyLife membership. We have been working with DisneyLife for four months now and I want to share our top five films for you to enjoy if you have tweens. First of all, these are only our current top five movies. If you were to ask me or the boys next week it might be different!
We are delighted to be working with Boots UK this year to highlight their “Jump for Pudsey” Campaign to raise money for BBC Children in Need this half term. Boots UK want to encourage the nation to get active, have some fun and raise money for BBC Children in Need. Whether it is leaps, launches, bounds or hops; the goal is for the UK to spring its way to one million jumps.
One of the biggest challenges of cooking with your children apart from finding the time is balancing the needs of siblings. Cooking with more than one child can be challenging and dealing with the dynamics of siblings can be offputting. But there are ways that you can make cooking with siblings easier.
Do you have pizza nights? We do and have done since the boys were little . This homemade pizza recipe certainly is tried and tested as it has been our failsafe recipe which has been used since before the boys were born so for around 15 years! I have learned that kids love pizza and letting them top their own is a great way to encourage them to eat something new. Plus it is super simple to prepare and make, so much so it is our regular Saturday night meal and now we have a wood fired pizza oven we are loving Saturdays even more!
If you’re a regular reader, you’ll know that I’m passionate about cooking and that I’m passionate about getting kids to cook, so you may be wondering what I’m doing ordering a takeaway on a Friday. When you say takeaway people immediately think ‘oh that’s really unhealthy’ or ‘that’s really fattening’ or ‘I bet that’s all they ever eat’ but if you tell someone that you’ve been out to a restaurant that’s absolutely fine. Well, good takeaway is just like having a restaurant experience in your own home as far as I’m concerned.