Sick of being indoors? Here are 9 ideas for winter play There are different kinds of people in this world. Some are summer people, some are winter people. Some people feel invigorated by the rain, and some of us get our crazy on a la Kathy Bates in the film Misery. But when you have kids, it’s best not to wear your dressing gown all day and mumble about getting “the blues” while polishing your axe! Despite grey skies and drizzling rain, there is fun to be had outdoors. So, grab your boots, scarf and sense of fun, and help … Read More
Like peas and corn, tomatoes and basil, rosemary and thyme – children and dirt go hand in hand! Most kids love being outside, digging in the dirt, splashing in puddles, picking flowers and looking for bugs. But did you know gardening has powerful developmental benefits, too? Nature is a wonderful educator, and gardening is an easy way to get your children outdoors and learning new skills. You don’t need an enormous backyard, either. Just a small space will do, or even a large container. From planting and weeding, to mulching and picking, gardening is a healthy and fun educational activity … Read More
If there’s one sentence I fear more than any other, it’s this: “Mum? Mum! MUUUUM! Can I do painting?” Well, there goes my afternoon, I say to myself as I wonder just how big the radius of paint splatter will be this time. I’m no artist. Yet somehow, an afternoon of painting always ends up with me holding the paintbrush while my daughter plays art director. “Now, do a dinosaur. NO! Not a purple dinosaur! A green dinosaur! Now paint a caterpillar. Now paint Harry Potter. Now paint Elsa and Anna in the castle with the ice magic and the … Read More
Before my daughter was born (and was affectionately known as The Blob), there were several things I swore I would never do as a parent: Let her eat sugar Give her packaged foods Dress her in pink Raise my voice Let her watch TV before she turned one In fact, I would eliminate all digital technology and instead she would entertain herself with old-fashioned games, like hopscotch, tiddly winks and book readin’ Despite placing my hand on her upmarket baby carrier and making these solemn oaths, safe to say, I failed at every one (also, she hated the baby carrier). … Read More
Plus FREE printable clues to make it stress-free for you! There’s no escaping it. Easter weekend, your kids are going to eat chocolate. LOTS of chocolate! You may be the healthiest family on the planet, but it doesn’t matter. Your kids will still get so much chocolate from well-meaning friends and relatives, you will probably have to help them eat it. It’s a tough job, this parenting gig, right? So, since a three-day chocolate party is pretty much unavoidable at this time of year, why not get your kids outside and moving with an Easter egg hunt? I know … Read More
Sick of being indoors? Here are 9 ideas for winter playThere are different kinds of people in this world. Some are summer people, some are winter people. Some people feel invigorated by the rain, and some of us get our crazy on a la Kathy Bates in the film Misery.But
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