Kids can get so bored through the school holidays, this is a I’m bored checklist to help them come up with some activities to occupy their time.
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Like most siblings my girls fight, not physical, but they are competitive, one has to have the last word, one likes to be bossy, one likes to sing loudly just to annoy the other, all families have the sibling rivalries. This is one thing they do together, no fighting for hours!
This is a guest post by Louise Glendon from Click.Love.Grow As mums I know we love to record our little one’s special moments, and sometimes it’s fun to take more of a pro-looking portrait, so we have something that’s extra special to keep or to pop on the wall! Whether you’re using a fancy DSLR or your […]
The Easter School holidays are here. Which means the kids will be roaming around the house looking for things to do. This Easter be prepared with a collection of Easter Apps for kids from the Apple App Store to help you plan fun activities to do with your kids! Easter Apps for kids Click on pink title […]
This year has just been a huge roller coaster of emotions, everything just seemed to happen at once, which has resulted in quite a few teary moments plus many happy ones too. A follower on Instagram recently noticed that I have been a bit ‘quiet’, which was lovely of her to check in. I have been […]
Kids are so good at creating messes and accumulating clutter, which usually sends us a little crazy, giving us the illusion it is impossible to declutter and organise your home. However, with a few simple rules it is possible to have kids, a tidy home and keep it that way.
This is a guest post by Christie Burnett from Childhood 101 Given my passion for art as a means for children learning and self-expression, I am often asked which art supplies I recommend as must-haves in a home art cupboard. While we definitely have a few favourites on high rotation, these are my top picks for […]
I’ve re-organised our school bag nook area adding in new charts and hooks for the school hats. I’ve become a little frazzled with all the activities the kids have so these charts are helping the kids and I remember what is happening each day.
Our school mornings are like ground hog day, however following this routine keeps us organised and has made the mornings rush-free. I’ve shared with you our family before school morning routine below with pictures. I started writing this post 18 months (not sure why it has taken me so long to publish it) however, moral of the story is that it still remains the same today!