Our children are little heroes. Their lives have been turned upside down overnight. They miss school, their friends and, for some, the routine. With that comes frustration and anxiety. Some days they don’t know what to do with themselves. I’m sure I’m not the only one who has days where its a request for snacks… Continue reading I’m Bored!
It’s completely natural if our children are feeling scared or worried at the moment. They finished school on March 12th, expecting to be going back again soon. Instead, we have had to tell them that they won’t be going back to school for the rest of this academic year. Their life as they know it… Continue reading Helping Our Children Cope
Mother’s Day will be considerably different for everyone this year. While I don’t have my mother to visit, or sadly, my Nana to call, I do have my own children. They usually delight in running in and straight upstairs from school, dashing to hide the colourful gifts they’ve made in school. If ever there was… Continue reading Mothers Day Cookies from Little Miss Simply Homemade
My seven year old daughter informed me that we didn’t have enough Halloween decorations. I’ll be honest, I’m not sure how I feel about the endless amounts of plastic Halloween tat that has been increasingly appearing in the shops. Each to their own but I don’t want it, it isn’t going to last and therefore,… Continue reading Halloween-Autumn Crafts
(The following is a collaborative post with Laya Healthcare) Mealtimes can be tricky for parents, especially when you have a fussy eater. For this reason, Laya Healthcare has come up with these tips and tricks to help you get your child more interested in mealtimes. Appearance Making food look appealing is just as important for… Continue reading Tips & Tricks to Get Children Interested in Mealtimes