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Creating bedroom spaces for kids and teens

Creating bedroom spaces for kids and teens

Designing a bedroom that is ideal for kids or teens is a much harder task than you may think! There are lots of factors that need to fit into place to keep younger ones happy, and if you’re unsure of where to start, we’re here to help. Here are the most important things to remember when creating a bedroom space for kids and teens. VIEW the POST

A quick guide to Minecraft for parents

A quick guide to Minecraft for parents

Well, I've certainly learnt a lot about Minecraft since lockdown began. I haven't played it, but the kiddies love playing it and talking about it too. Last week Minecraft updated and they were both so so excited about it that they almost exploded. I had lots of animated sentences such as "Look Mummy, it's got new Crying Obsideon". I had to respond with excitement, but had no idea what it meant. So this is a little Minecraft for parents guide, which will help you to understand what they are talking about. Obviously we are encouraging both offline play to balance out their fun too! VIEW the POST

5 Neutral bedroom updates your growing kids will love

5 Neutral bedroom updates your growing kids will love

Kids grow so quickly, don’t they? Whether they’ve already grown out of their latest shoes, their new school coat or they don’t like a certain superhero or cartoon character anymore, they change so fast it’s not always easy to keep up! They also grow out of their bedrooms fast too. So all that money you spent decorating your little girls' room with unicorns and fairies might seem like a little bit of a waste. While you can't stop the march of time, there are ways you can update to a neutral bedroom for your child that will make a big difference, but they won’t grow out of too quickly.  VIEW the POST

How to spot depression in your children

How to spot depression in your children

After doing my mental health first aid training and being very aware about mental health issues, it's made me realise that it can literally effect anyone. Including depression in your children and anxieties. You don’t have to have a traumatic past, a difficult upbringing or a challenging period in your life to suffer the effects of one. These are some tips on what to look out for if you suspect your child is currently struggling with depression. VIEW the POST

Hannah the Spanner and the polar bear #ChristmasBook

I love getting the kiddies a Christmas Book, every year I put a Christmas themed story book in their Christmas Eve boxes. Well, this year I have the lovely new book in the Hannah the Spanner series: Hannah the Spanner and the polar bear. It’s a great bedtime story, especially the night before Christmas. As you know Isla is a little book worm so this is just perfect for her.