My Captured Moment #1

Today I’m linking to with Running in Lavander’s brand new linky My Captured Moment a chance to share some fabulous photos and memories! As I was searching through my photos to find something to add I came across these pictures from last month we went to stay at my dads and have an early christmas, on the Sunday morning we took a walk up to Ludgershall castle, it was cold and windy but lovely to get out for some fresh air, the girls loved exploring the remains of the castle with there uncle and grandad! 

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Toddler New Years resolutions

With the new year being well and truly upon us I’ve been constantly reading everyone’s resolutions, dreams and goals for 2015. Whether it’s to eat healthier, exercise more, live life to the full everyone seems to have some. Then I look at my little toddlers oblivious to the fact on this day most vow to change there lives a little for the better and it got me thinking if babies/toddlers could make a resolution what would they be?    Lottie’s resolutions    I know mums trying to take the boob away I’ve noticed it’s becoming less an less she thinks…

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Christmas Eve

It’s Christmas Eve!!  It feels like only yesterday I was thinking I had all the time in the world before the big day but it’s crept up ever so quickly!  This year is an exciting one, not only is it Lottie’s first christmas with us, it’s the first year that both Maisy and Bella really understand about the magic of santa and have been so excited.  So today we have spent this morning building a gingerbread house ready to be on the centre of the table tomorrow! We attempted a rockyroad house earlier on on December and it was a…

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4 Simple Christmas Crafts For Toddlers

We’ve been getting in the christmas spirit with some seasonal crafty recently, I am sharing with 4 simple christmas crafts which are great for toddlers and preschoolers to get stuck in with. They’re super simple and made with materials I am sure you will already have hidden in the craft box.   First up are these lollipop stick decorations; I’ve simply glued 4 colourful lollipop sticks together in the shape of a star using silicone glue as alot stronger. Allow to dry and then the kids can decorate with anything you have in the house – glitter, beads even stickers. We’ve used a mixture of…

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Christmas santa salt dough handprints

I wanted to have a go at some home made christmas decorations. I’m not the most crafty of people so I wanted something pretty simple that looks good and the children could join in. So we went for some santa salt dough handprints with a christmassy feel! First up I made the salt dough using:  1 cup of plain flour  1 cup of salt  half a cup of water  I just threw the ingredients into a bowl and gave them a good stir, once it started to come together I turned the mixture out onto a work surface and kneaded until it was a smooth kind…

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