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Jen
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Whether you love or loathe the outdoors yourself, encouraging our kids to embrace nature and all that it has to offer is a great life lesson. Spending time outdoors is not only good for our physical and mental health, but also teaches children resilience, kindness, patience and an appreciation for…

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Jen
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These books were kindly gifted by Wonderbly and were provided in exchange for an honest review. Do you have any Mother’s Day rituals? Or as a new mother, are you looking to forge your own traditions? The latter is me. Growing up, Mother’s Day always involved waking early to make…

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Jen
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In October I was far too disorganised to put any Halloween decorations up or to carve a pumpkin. We didn’t decorate the front of the house with lights at Christmas, either. The mum guilt was real. Well, now I’m trying to make up for it with our window display for…

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Jen
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Playing with coloured water is a fun activity that can keep your kids entertained for ages. It is a great way for the little ones to explore colours while engaging their visual and sensory skills. Most kids love some good, old-fashioned water play. This could be a nice little water-based…

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Jen
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Snow days; they’re either loved or loathed. Me, I love the snow, but I also know how cold those little hands can get after 5 minutes of snowman building and snowball fights. These DIY bird feeders are easy to make indoors and can also be enjoyed through the window, by…

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Jen
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Appropriate for 18 months to 4 years You will need: wooden or plastic animal toys to hide Let’s be honest. Lockdown on these dark, winter days brings a whole new level of boredom. Parents everywhere are having to think creatively when it comes to activities, games and entertainment. Don’t let…