American style SKIPPY® Peanut Butter is really popular in our house and I loved it when I was challenged me to make a super fun breakfast for the kiddies before school. Ensuring the kiddies go to school with a full tummy is important to me and getting healthy foods in is a great bonus. It’s always fun to get creative at mealtimes, especially breakfast which is always a rush in our house.
Noah is obsessed with space, he knows some incredible facts. He really enjoys science too. Isla is also a huge fan of science. They both discussed how much they love maths and science at the weekend. Facts and information drives them and learning new things. They loved it when he received this Build your own microscope from Build Your Own Kits. They have a few different products including a telescope which I just know would love (great idea for Christmas). It is a great, sustainable, toy for any child and it uses less plastic – which is fantastic!
Since starting up the #MummyPhotoADay challenge, Noah and Isla have mostly gotten used to having our camera with us when we go out and about. Taking photographs has become an established part of our lives, and I’m so grateful for it. Taking family pictures feels the same as keeping a personal journal, except that albums have memories from everyone’s perspective. Every photograph captures not just a moment, but a prompt for your mind to uncover a rich memory.
Sometimes it can be hard to know what to get someone for a gift, which is why creating a hamper is always a brilliant solution. I absolutely love making up a gift hamper, it’s such a creative way of giving thoughtful gifts. It’s an opportunity to give your friend or relative a sample of lots of lovely things, one of which they’re bound to like. It can be fun creating these hampers, too, adding personal touches that you simply can’t get from purchasing pre-made ones or other gift items. If you’re thinking about making gift hampers for this holiday season or the next birthday coming up, here are five great things you can include in it.
Even non-parents know that traveling with kids can be stressful. The last thing you want is for your little one to start having a tantrum mid-flight or to reach your destination and find that you’ve left your kid’s favorite toy at home. Traveling with young children is more involved than with adults, but there are dozens of ways to make family travel more enjoyable. Here are some tips for stress-free travel with kids.
Are you a busy mummy looking to have some shopping done? Well, shift shopping is an excellent option for you. Shift shoppers such as Shift do all the work for you and deliver the items to your designated destination. They are professionals and can purchase weekly grocery, household items on your behalf. Not only does the process offer you convenience, but it also eliminates all the problems that set in with having to leave your home for shopping. As a result, you can spend more time with your loved ones and family as the items come to your doorstep. The information discussed herein gives you better levels of knowledge regarding shift shopping for mummies.