TeamStein Mummy

Hi I'm Charlotte, a Yorkshire Mummy of 4 Children ranging from teens to littles. I'm very passionate about sharing our outnumbered family life through our love of exploring the outdoors, learning through play activities and my desire for an organised and homely lifestyle. I love nothing more than a cup of coffee whilst planning our next adventure, seasonal activity or home and lifestyle project.

Florence – 9 month update

July 6, 2017

Florence has somehow reached 9 months already and is just simply the most loveliest relaxed baby we could have ever wished to have. Although she can still keep me up plenty at night time, it's easily forgiven with her happy nature. …

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SeaLife Blackpool Review and Exotic Pet campaign

July 4, 2017

Teddy and I were very lucky to be invited down to SeaLife Blackpool's Rainforest Area recently. …

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Hungry Caterpillar Sensory Play for Babies 

July 1, 2017

  As a childminder I spend time planning and gathering up items for fun, cheap and resourceful play.…

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My infant became a Junior..

June 26, 2017

My second born, Daisy our first daughter has always seemed so much younger than her older brother.…

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Sibling holiday arguments

June 20, 2017

We have just returned back to school after a two week half term break.…

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The Baby-Led Weaning recipes – Daddy attempts!

June 15, 2017

So we got the new Annabel Karmel book recently and I decided to have a go at a couple of things on a rainy Saturday afternoon.…

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Homemade Father’s Day Craft.

June 11, 2017

For anyone looking for homemade Father’s Day craft ideas. We searched Pinterest and quickly ordered some craft items off eBay.                                 They arrived in a couple of days and then the kids enjoyed creating these masterpieces. There wasn’t too many arguments between them, leaving me free to supervise whilst having a relatively…

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How to make Homemade Play Dough

June 6, 2017

 Over the last 12 years I have tried many play dough recipes and found two that have become my firm favourites.  Working in early years, play dough has been a favourite activity of many of my mindees as well as my own children.  It’s so simple and easy to knock up a batch or two and then pop them into an airtight container to re-use…

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Age Gap Parenting- slow parenting approach

June 2, 2017

  With four children spanning an age range from baby to 11 years old we have faced different stages of challenges, levels of independence, ways of entertaining and parental joys.…

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