It’s spring, and that means one thing in our house: our windowsills are rammed with little pots ready to grow our seeds! This is something that I started with the Bear when she was only a few years old so that she would understand where food comes from. Since then it has become a tradition in our home to grow a few things every year.
Did you know that National Picnic Week has officially started? Taking place from 21 – 30 June, the idea is to simply get outside for a good old-fashioned picnic. Now that the weather is finally starting to dry up, we look forward to doing exactly that.
Each year as things warm up, we always add something into the garden for the kids. From a mud kitchen to the sand pit we added last year, we want our garden to be a place for the kids to play, explore, learn and just have fun in. Right now it’s their domain and we’re happy for it to be that way. Therefore, when the opportunity came up to work with Big Game Hunters again this year, we knew that… Keep Reading
We were provided with a Get Out and Grow goody bag for the purposes of this review, however all thoughts and opinions are our own. Thank you for supporting the posts which make this blog possible. Did you know that less than 10% of children can name an English apple? Although there are thousands of apples home grown here in the UK, a recent study revealed just how few children can name a variety. I have to admit, if you… Keep Reading
At the moment there is a real passion for all things vintage and it’s something that I am completely obsessed with. The garden is no exception. Think upcycled pots, different shapes and sizes as well as plants of all colours and varieties. I’m always on the lookout for things to add to our outdoor collection so when the people from Vintage Apple Crates got in contact to ask us t0 test out one of their garden tools apple crates to… Keep Reading