Hello June..

Goodbye May and hello June. I can’t quite believe it’s June! half the year has now flown by and what a crazy 6 months it has been. Although we haven’t done a great deal, with the global pandemic it’s been one none of us will forget thats for sure. May for us was all about getting out and enjoying the sunshine! We have been blessed with some absolutely gorgeous weather the last few weeks. With the lockdown restrictions eased ever so slightly the girls and I have been making the most of living in this beautiful seaside town. Seemingly so…

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Encouraging Mindfulness In Children

I, like most parents, always aim to shield my children from the ‘bad things’ going on in the world. While I don’t want to wrap them in cotton wool there are some things I feel their innocent little minds aren’t ready to deal with. In the current climate there really is just no way to avoid it though.  Children are off school, they’re not able to see friends and family – they know the situation is not good. Only the other day Lottie had an eye lash, she made a wish and blew it away, her wish was for their…

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8 screen time break ideas for kids no matter the weather

The internet is a wonderful thing. During lockdown we are all making the most of being able to get online to communicate with our friends and family, watch films, join in online work out classes and a big one for us right now is using the internet for online education, researching activities/finding recipes etc. I am not sure what we would do with out it but it adds up to a lot more screen time than we ever used before! With that in mind I have been planning out some daily activities for the girls which are focused on stepping…

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8 FREE Home Learning Apps & Websites I LOVE!

8 Home Learning Apps & Websites I love using during lockdown.

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A Day In The Life In Lockdown

Our days look a lot different lately. I used to feel guilty staying at home with the kids all day. Feeling like they had missed out on some great adventure or the chance to create family memories. Now I feel guilty if we’re out for ‘too long’ or if I forgot something in the food shop and have to pop out for an extra top up mid-week. The new daily routine is feeling more and more the norm for a lot of us I thought I would share a day in the life in lockdown with us and how things…

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