Post in partnership with Fatmoose / Wickey As a family, we spend a HUGE amount of time outdoors, unless it’s torrential rain most of our day will be outdoors. Whether that’s the beach, the park or time in our back garden, if there is sunshine and fresh air – we are there. We love being
There is one thing that always keeps the girls busy on cold, rainy days – that is crafting. Getting creative kept us going through TWO lockdowns. They absolutely love getting creative, making things and drawing, we spend HOURS a week at the table and have art folders brimming with so much ‘work’ I don’t know
This week Violet and I made a very simple bug hotel in our garden, we had so much fun collecting the materials and putting it together I thought I’d share the idea with you as I’m sure you are running out of ideas to keep your toddlers busy during lockdown, we certainly are! Bug hotels
Post contains affilate links Keeping toddlers busy during lockdown is such a challenge, activities seem to last only a few minutes and the clearing up never ends! Lockdown is stressful for us all, I find keeping on top of the house, looking after the children, working from home and doing the laundry means my days
Sunday is officially now named ‘Wet Sock Sunday’. You’ll understand if you’ve ever tried to put slightly damp socks onto your slightly damp feet with a baby under one arm without falling over – It’s a talent, I’ll tell you! But it’s come to be a way of life for us as we just LOVE
This Christmas Violet received a Tuff Spot Tray, so this is the first post in a new series on the blog called ‘How we Play’ – all about messy and sensory play for little ones. I thought it would be a fun idea to document our journey and the activities we do using the tuff
With the darker evenings and colder weather drawing in, it’s always good to have some ideas up your sleeve for fun ways to keep a baby entertained at home. Days can feel really long at home when the weather is rubbish outside, so Violet and I have been loving trying some sensory play at home.