We were fortunate enough to be invited to stay at Bluestone recently. This is a park that we have had on our ‘to stay’ list as its tagline is ‘free range fun’ and so couldn’t be more perfect for our free range family ethos. Continue reading “Bluestone- Our Magical Elf Kingdom Adventure”
Since our last update we are still making use of the local library. Especially as we now have a bookworm in the family. Continue reading “What we are Reading- November “
As November is racing on, my mind is constantly drifting to Christmas prep and for us there is no getting away from the arrival of the elf. Continue reading “Elf on the Shelf Ideas and our Elf tradition!”
Am I becoming a webtrovert? Or am I just becoming comfortable with my own company? Continue reading “Mumsnet Invite – Am I a webtrovert?”
As in my previous post you will see that I decided to brave travelling to the venue and left the house at 4.45am and met up with two friends Erin -Merin&co and Haylee – MyHappyEverAfter in London Euston. Continue reading “Inspired by Mumsnet Influencers Event”
Following on from my post on how we fell into slow parenting, I thought I would follow it up with what we have found has worked for us in making our family unit flow better, and helped slow down our family life and how its enabled us to appreciate the simple things that bit more. Continue reading “Slow parenting Tips “
We love to be outside playing whatever the weather, but this time of year it’s inevitable that you spend more time than usual inside, especially with these stormy winds we’ve been having. The leaves falling have led to some lovely baby and preschooler activities for us as I just love Craft at this time of year!
The brain growth that occurs through sensory play enhances children’s senses, and their enhanced senses in turn make them better able to use those senses for learning. So we have looked at learning through touch and sight a lot in the past week!
Autumn Sensory Tuff Tray