This is one of my favourite photos from the last week, it’s not the best one that’s been taken but it does show how much fun they were having at that moment in time. We have two small playgrounds in the village in which we live, one is well known and is always full to the brim in the holidays and summer months. The other … Continue reading My Sunday Photo 17:11; Holiday Fun!
Out of the two of us my wife is the more artist one. I have lots of ideas but lack the skills and confidence to implement them when it comes to practice. Keighley just after Christmas said that she wanted to make an Easter Wreath this year. Well this last week she did make it and here we tell you have to make one of … Continue reading Make Your Own Easter Wreath
We do love Crafts in our house, the kids love everything from colouring in through to painting and everything in between. Recently Keighley and the boys sat down and made some Easter cards to give to people. The boys loved using their new Tuff Tray, that Keighley bought at the beginning of the Easter holidays, to make these as the bits and pieces they used … Continue reading Make Your Own Easter Cards
Like most parents we have a favourite brands for things, Bottles, nappies and wet wipes to name just a few. So when the lovely people at WaterWipes contacted us to try their Wipes I did so with a little hesitation. We’ve always used Huggies Pure Wipes since Oliver had an allergic reaction to another brand we haven’t strayed since. However my wife and I had … Continue reading WaterWipes Review
This is a great idea for children who are bored this Easter Holiday. Modelling chocolate or chocolate play doh is a craft Oliver loves doing with his Nanny. In this photo Olivers Nanny made simple flowers out of the chocolate play doh which Oliver then Stuck on to a Easter egg (which his Nanny made, however you can also use a ready made egg as … Continue reading Decorating Chocolate Eggs
As most parents know there is nothing more scary then planning a long trip with young children involved, invariably there is some sort of melt down from someone due to the time spent cooped up in whatever form of transport you are using at that time. Since Oliver has been born we’ve had three trips to Greece to see family with him and then Leo … Continue reading Top Tips for Travelling with Kids