This is a collaborative post. Christmas is all about the kids, right? Absolutely! And at Amerton Farm both big and little kids are catered for. We were very kindly gifted tickets to attend one of their Christmas Events. A Twilight Christmas Adventure This event sounded absolutely magical, going out when it's dark still holds lots … Continue reading For Kids from 1 to 92 : Christmas at Amerton Farm, Staffordshire
This year, I feel like I've skipped a couple of months somehow. November came around far too quickly and suddenly we're into December and up until now I haven't felt at all ready for the Christmas period. So, in order to try and get into the festive spirit I started looking into activities we would … Continue reading Our visit to The Lanterns at Chester Zoo
So, now that we are more than halfway through the month of Dinovember I thought I'd give you a round up of what our dinos have been getting up to. If you're thinking what the Triceratops is Dinovember then click here to read more. This year we've learned that the dinosaurs can't escape from our … Continue reading Dinovember ’18: The Story So Far…
This is something I came across last year, I can't really remember how. But chances are I probably Googled or searched Pinterest for 'dinosaur play ideas' because believe it or not, my life REALLY is that exciting!! Little did I know, I'd stumbled across an imagination invasion that was started by husband & wife team … Continue reading Dinovember: A RAWWRRsome Idea!!
I've just put a visibly upset Stanley to bed, we've had a little chat about what is happening tomorrow and I've explained that things will be fine. It's the evening of Wed 29th Aug and everything will change in the morning. You see, tomorrow is the very last day Stanley will go to his childminder. … Continue reading Time To Say Goodbye.
So, at age 3 Stanley adopted a Brummy accent, started wearing a flat cap and refused to eat anything new, or in fact anything that he had liked the day before. If we didn't comply with his unreasonable requests then we were 'taught a lesson' with screaming, tantrums, hunger strikes and our premises even got … Continue reading By order of the Picky Fussing Eaters
It's easy to moan about our other halves right? Afterall, they generally get a lot of bad press. I could easily write post after post about what I have to cope with as a Mummy, whereas Ben seemingly floats through Fatherhood with ease, but is this actually true? Nope, of course not. We're on this … Continue reading Dadding Done Right.
We've done something that many of our friends and family will view as controversial. As yet, the cat is not fully out of the bag and only a handful of close family know, but we are a matter of weeks before people will naturally start to ask questions. We're not keeping it quiet because we … Continue reading Ready for Reception?
I love a freebie, who doesn't? And I've found that getting outdoors and discovering nature can be one of the most rewarding and enjoyable things you can do with children. Below you'll find a list (I love a list too) of activities you can get stuck into TODAY without spending a penny.Blackberry pickingKit:Empty containerBaby wipesSting … Continue reading Nurture with Nature
Now before I start, I need to disclose the fact that I have shared my home with a male canine in the past, and now I share it with two small male humans. The more I think about this subject, the more I think they are basically one and the same. Food: I can't remember … Continue reading Boys vs Dogs