Exciting Ways to Enjoy Rainy Days

Now that the summer holidays are finally here, you can start to plan all of the fun and exciting things you want to do with your little ones to keep them entertained and ensure they have a wonderful summer. Many people like to plan their days in the hope that the weather will be bright and sunny, but unfortunately, this isn’t always the case. To ensure you have plenty to do to keep your little ones entertained, even when the weather isn’t as glorious as you’d like, it’s always beneficial to have a list of rainy day activities to do…. [Read More]

To entertain or not to entertain? That is the question!

Over the past two and half years I’ve found lots of different ways to entertain my children. When they were babies simple things such as talking and singing to them worked, as well as pulling silly faces and making funny noises. Like most parents we also invested in a cot mobile – which we never used – along with a variety of toys that made sounds or had flashing lights on! Now that our children are almost three, I’ve been looking at the ways in which I keep my children entertained and I’ve been questioning it. That’s not a bad… [Read More]

Our Cardboard Castle

This is my entry to the Center Parcs and Tots 100 February challenge. If I’m chosen, I would like to visit Longleat Forest. Tots100 and Center Parcs have teamed up to challenge bloggers to get crafty and think of a fun indoor game you can create as a family, made from things you find around the house. Enter the cardboard castle! I’ve been thinking about doing something like this for quite a while. Mainly because we have a stack of various sized cardboard boxes sitting in our porch waiting to be recycled. I often get a huge piece of cardboard… [Read More]

Weekend Box Review

Picture the scene…it’s a cold, wet morning. Your children are bored of playing with their usual toys and there’s nothing on TV. What do you do? Enter…..Weekend Box! We were recently sent a lovely Weekend Box to review. Weekend Box was started with the aim of solving the problem that some parents face in trying to find time to source really exciting, high quality activities. In each box you’ll find four activities: Something to make Something to explore Something to cook Something green You’ll also find a book. Something Green Our something green is a make your own lollipop bird feeder. This was one of the very first activities… [Read More]