Isla loves unicorns, so when we were sent My Unicorn Garden she yelped with excitement. I thought it was only right to share this fabulous toy review on National Unicorn Day! So the idea of this grow & play toy is that you put all the pieces together and watch the grass grow. All you need is soil. Isla absolutely loved it.
If you want to get more use out of your garden, lighting it properly will help you to do so. With the right lights, you will be able to continue to cook, eat, read and watch TV outdoors long after the sun has gone down. Plus, the kids will be able to continue to play in the garden for longer, after school. The cost of garden lighting fixtures has come down quite a bit, as has the cost of running them once they are installed. In fact, if you choose the right type of lights, they can literally cost you very little to run.
A well groomed, nicely landscaped garden not only complements your property aesthetically, but also adds a touch of calmness and serenity to your space. The way you design and landscape your garden speaks volumes about your taste in design and inclination towards nature. As simple as it may seem, gardening and landscaping is a comprehensive task that requires investment of time, energy and money.
If you’re a mum, at some stage you probably began to get the hang of planning ahead, time-management and preparing for rainy days. Trying to stay ahead of things and make sure that you have all of the essentials you need for your household and your kids can often result in you having more than you need. This could mean that you’ve got one too many baby bags for a ‘rainy day’, or an excessive number of unworn clothing items that are collecting dust. Whatever the case may be, unused items can turn into a nuisance with time as they become redundant and take up unnecessary space. That’s why this article will list four forms of clutter that you’re more than likely to have if you’re a mum.
Buying products which are destined for the garden is never an easy job. You can’t use the normal goods you buy for the inside, as the items outside will have to be much stronger to deal with bad weather and other elements. Along with this, though, you also want your garden goods to be as beautiful as possible. To help you out with this, this post will be exploring some of the best ways to find the balance between good looks and a long lasting nature in the options you choose for your outdoor spaces. With this in mind, it should be ways easier to make some improvements.
Having children is one of the joys of life. Literally, the fruits of your labour will one day stop being that little bundle of joy in the cot sleeping so soundly and be a growing child bounding around. Its part of growing up to not know your strength, and that’s what playing around is all about. Children get to be free and learn what they’re capable of and how much fun it is to be a little carefree. The rough and tumble of play are best reserved for outside the house and in the garden.
Wayfair challenged me to spruce up my kitchen ready for Autumn. I love a challenge and especially ones like this where you get to make a real difference to a room. Trending colours for Autumn are orange and teal, two of my favourite colours and that inspired the products I chose. Great products at great prices. Don’t forget to check out my family friendly recipes below too…
Everything in the house can be cheered up by a little Disney. In my opinion anyway. With my parents-in-law currently in Disney land Florida, it inspired me to think about what I could do at home. I love Disney. Here are some of my fabulous ideas of ways to sprinkle a little Disney into your home:
When you have a family and also a garden, you will want to make the most of your outside space and create an area that is suitable for all members of the family creating a child-friendly space. You can get hundreds of tips and ideas on plenty of online references on creating friendly and interactive spaces for children to help you get started in designing your garden space. These are some great tips on ways to create a Summer house in the garden.
Now is the time of year when we face up to the reality that the time that we’ve spent out and about over summer has meant that we’ve neglected our household chores, and why not? Summer is the time to enjoy the milder weather, the longer days and the sunshine; however, Autumn is the time that we can prepare our homes for the Winter ahead. Here are 4 ways to freshen up our homes in preparation for the colder months ahead.