Day 280 – Sunday 6th October Not much planned for today. Eldest went to her horse riding but as it had been raining heavily myself and Bee didn’t go to see the horses after as the entrance into the stables gets really muddy. Had a look at Bee’s homework…she has to do a project about
We have recently been delving into the world of STEM toys on the blog and reviewed a couple of things that the girls loved. This includes: Clemantoni MIND Designer Robot OKIDO Which Way Game Botley The Coding Robot Receiving those products for review showed me that things like this do interest Bee, so we have
One of the benefits of having a National Trust membership is that it is making me explore places that I might otherwise not have heard of or even bothered going to. One of these places I discovered which is only about 30 minutes away from us is Woolsthorpe Manor. Woolsthorpe Manor is in Woolsthorpe-by-Colsterworth, near
Disclosure. We received OKIDO Which Way? Game for the purposes of review. All thoughts and opinions are our own. Having delved into the world of STEM toys they are fast becoming toys which Bee loves and also I love as they are actually teaching her some skills. So we were pleased to receive the
Day 238 – Sunday 25th August Heatwave…so had to get the pool out….I got it out…filled it up….and she played in it for about all of 30 minutes before she came indoors. Well at least the plants all got a good watering at the end of the day!
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Eid is, and should be, an exciting time for children. And one way to bring that excitement into your home is by putting up decorations. Now I must admit that sometimes I do feel that Eid is becoming a bit commercialised but at the same time I do not think there is anything wrong with
I don’t often write about it but I am a type 2 diabetic. So far I have escaped the medication and am managing to control it via diet alone. But diabetes has affected many members of my family, so when I saw an advert on Facebook by Diabetes UK for the London Bridges Challenge I