Halloween Activities For Toddlers

Halloween is just around the corner and as alway the kids have been up to all sorts of fun activities to get them them in the spooky spirit. These are my 5 fun Halloween activities for toddlers. Halloween Cakes I picked up some orange flavour frosting in asda the other day and a bunch of halloween decorations the kids loved making these spidery cone cakes. Having a cupcake in a cone makes it so much easier for little hands to handle, they get a lot less sticky.  We also made these little fairy cakes using a white chocolate button and…

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Back To Basics – Creamy Chicken Curry

Today I am starting a brand new series here on Everything Mummy – Back to Basics, each week I will be sharing with you a new recipe for no fuss home cooked food. I first moved out when I was pregnant with my eldest daughter and didn’t know how to cook a thing, all the recipes I’ll be sharing are ones I have learnt and tweaked along the way. I like to feed us and the girls as healthy as possible but we are also on a budget each week so these recipes will be child and purse friendly!  I will also be looking…

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Half term list

Half term has started Maisy and Bella had their last day at nursery today and now have 10 days off! They were both a little sad to not be going in next week so this afternoon we made a half term list of all the fun things they’d like to do next week.  Here’s what they came up with: Can you tell my kids like glitter!?  Carve a pumpkin – I have never had a go as anything more adventurous than the a face so this time we’re going to go for it watch this space! Make Halloween cakes – there is a…

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Angel Delight Moments

Angel delight is one of those puddings that instantly takes me back to childhood, we’d always have it as a special treat and shock horror I always had chocolate flavour – being a self confessed chocoholic since the age of around 5. But I’ve not had it in years! My children had never tried it, so I jumped at he chance to try out the new bubblegum flavour.  The packet instructions are for either a milkshake or the more traditional whip. Maisy was so excited when it arrived particularly as it was in a pink box that she’s still playing with a…

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Weaning survival guide

Baby turns six months and all of a sudden your bombarded with emails, samples, charts and information packs giving you step by step guides to weaning your baby on to solids. Easy – except what they don’t mention is babies are all different and what works for one may not work for another.Weaning Lottie has not been straight forward, for at least the first month she was completely uninterested, she pursed her lips and refused to even try. Now and 8 months we have finally got to the stage where she is showing interest she wants to try different things,…

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