Those nostalgic family moments are a lot more significant than you might realise. You see, family traditions play an important role in childhood. Much more than just a fond memory, as a child they are like your favourite warm fluffy blanket on a cold winter’s night, comforting, reliable and best of all, familiar.Read now
I thought I would share with everyone my mum hack that helps to manage your child's time when they are struggling to entertain themselves. Plus, it provides you with some structure so that you don’t get the mum (or parent) guilts because you aren’t physically able to entertain them 24/7 for the next 5 weeks.
It just takes 2 dice, and two pieces of paper...
So, our kids have never known life without Charlotte and as we have recently had a few scares (she is on as much medication as the average 100 year old), and many tear filled discussions about the circle of life with the kids, I have begun to reflect what Charlotte has added to our children’s lives.
So, here are 5 little life lessons from Lotte:
Want to give the screens a rest these school holidays?
It can be hard to find things to entertain the kids when you are competing with technology, but it is possible and doesn’t have to break the bank.
I’ve pulled together a list of activities to do these school holidays that meets isolation/social distancing requirements, are tech free PLUS they are inexpensive too.
Take a look: