My Girls – June

Maisy (4 years 6 months)  Maisy seems to be getting more and more grown up each day, she has well and truly lost that little toddler look about her and is blossoming into a beautiful clever little girl. This month I went to Maisy’s big school to meet her new teacher for reception this September. I was actually thrilled with who she got as Maisy is friends with her daughter but it has now hit me that she will be going to school – she’s already at the nursery but this is it big girl school no more spur of…

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My Week In Pictures #22

Top (L-R) Cheeeessseeee from Lottie A kitty who likes to sit in bins! My biggest girl scruffy hair first thing but looking beautiful Middle (L-R) Story time in the sun shine Playing playdoh with Bella Bottom (L-R) New shoes – little bit in love with these We made smoothies but I love that I got Maisy’s giggling little face in the background Hello big blue eyes. Mucky chops but I can’t stop staring at those eyes!!

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Our Themed Week: Shapes

Another week another theme!! This week’s was shapes so I have been looking for fun activities for me and the kids to do that will help them learn all about shapes. Having a theme each week really helps me stay motivated and come up with fun things for the kids to do last weeks was car’s, you can read all about it here. Here’s what we have been up to this week.. Sponge stamps   Using a bunch of household items we made some spongy stamps and then got messy in the garden creating some fun pictures. They were really…

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Big Milk Smoothies!

If your anything like me you’ll find it really satisfying to watch your children eat a good healthy meal or gobble down a bowl of fruit, I would love to be able to say that every evening my girls eat up all the veg on their plate but the truth is they don’t always, sometimes it can feel like a bit of a battle. You have to of been hidden under a rock if you’ve missed all the media coverage on childhood obesity – it’s scary. On the whole I do like to think my girls eat a pretty good…

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Helping your shy child feel more confident

Anybody who know’s Bella well won’t believe I’m writing this they’ll know her as a little ball of energy with that super cheeky smile, at home when she has her partner in crime (Maisy) she can be a little terror – up to all sorts. Take her out of her comfort zone, without Maisy she turns into a different child, very shy, not all that engaging with other children and so so quiet. When Maisy started nursery in September I really noticed a difference in Bella, we went to play groups that she’d usually be happy to run off and…

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