This is a collaborative post. When your child is old enough to understand the basic concept of money, it can be beneficial to teach them some healthy financial habits. Children are not born with the knowledge that everything in life has a cost and that, if they don’t have the funds, they would not be
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Mumsnet and The Week Junior. With Bee now becoming more curious about things she hears and sees, I was looking for a safe and age appropriate way to introduce current affairs to her and The Week Junior provides everything I was looking for. It explains real world
Sight. An important sense that we have but one that can be overlooked and not always cared for. But getting your eyes checked is a very straightforward process. And if you are in the UK, free for under 16’s.
This is a collaborative post with Childrensalon. Image credits: Childrensalon. There is always much excitement in the house when Eid is almost upon us, as it means new dresses! Bee loves pretty dresses and with Childrensalon, boys and girls will be beautifully dressed with their hand-picked selection of kids’ Eid clothes, accessories and gift ideas.
This Eid is going to be very different for many, especially those still in ‘lockdown’. Recently I have been seeing posts and comments from people saying they will not be celebrating as it feels wrong with people around the world suffering.
Disclosure: We received a selection of games from Spin Master for the purpose of this post. However all opinions are our own. This post contains affiliate links. Spending a lot of time at home can lead to a lot of screen time. Now personally I don’t have an issue with kids being on their tablets
I am not a huge fan of cooking. I had an elder sister who usually cooked meals with my mum and I managed to get away with not cooking. However, I had to learn once I got married. I wouldn’t say I am particularly adventurous when it comes to cooking. I know the basic curries
We are currently in uncertain times. The children are not attending school, parents are working from home or not working at all. While some embrace all this ‘family’ time, others are struggling to adjust….and parents have unexpectedly become home educators. So how best to cope in this situation?