We’re not usually ones to celebrate Easter outside of a single chocolate egg gifted on Easter Sunday. However, with the explosion of all things Easter in recent years, we thought we’d make more of an effort this year. Especially as the Bear is currently poorly (again) and so we’re housebound. She’s feeling a little better at the moment so we thought we’d do something together that wouldn’t take long or be too taxing for her. This is when I came… Keep Reading
Today is officially the first day of spring, though you wouldn’t believe it considering the rollercoaster weather we’ve had recently. Here in our little corner of North Wales, it was 12 degrees on Friday last week, quickly followed by -2 on Saturday. A difference of 14 degrees in 24 hours! However, despite the volatile weather, we’ve been doing our best to get ready for spring with a little help from Baker Ross.
For anyone that follows the blog, you know that I love books. This love is something that both my children seem to have inherited and I couldn’t be more pleased about that. This year we will be sharing some of our favourite childrens books with you. The ones that have been tried, tested and read over and over (and over!) again, and are the ones we really adore. Then, in an effort to help you bring those stories alive, we will… Keep Reading
A different option to a handprint card, the abstract Mother’s Day card gives little ones more freedom when it comes to decorating pictures which will become a lovely keepsake for any mummy.
The love heart trees is perfect for anyone who prefers a craft kit rather than full on messy craft play. The kind where you can let your kids at it with minimal supervision or instruction from parents. In the best possible way of course. The Bear loves nothing more than just being left alone to be creative, and I love nothing more than letting her do that without fear for our living room carpet.