This infographic was supplied to me by Crowe Sawmills to help raise awareness about children's safety in the playground.
| Guest post by Education.com Sometimes it can be difficult to find educational activities for children that are both fun and engaging. Sometimes your child will just want to play, not learn and play at the same time. However an online website called Education.com offers a wide range of learning resources for children from preschool to … Continue reading Educational games for kids: Clothespin Drop!
Lately I've been thinking about booking our little family of four a new holiday - a proper family holiday this time as the last time was more of a mini one than anything as Daddy P didn't come with us to Fuerteventura. LO, bump and I went around late January and it was lovely. The … Continue reading 5 things to remember when going on a toddler’s first holiday
"It's all about the confidence" - Gok Wan ...Clearly, this cat is super water confident! 🙂 I love swimming even though I can't really swim, it's never stopped me from going in the water and trying to. I have always told myself that when I have children, they will learn to swim. This was an essential … Continue reading 10 Ways to Help Your Child Swim With Confidence
On Sunday 15th May, the Greenwich Peninsula hosted a brilliant day out for everyone. The Urban Village Fete was a great hit the previous year and this year saw another fantastic turnout. Alongside workshops, food stalls and live performances there was a special area dedicated to children and families. Super Yummies had a pop-up playground for the kids … Continue reading Review: Super Yummies Toddler Snacks by Cow & Gate
LO is now 2 years old and competent at using the potty when his nappy is off and we're at home but it's a completely different story if he's clothed or if we're outside. Poor thing, I don't expect him to know how to use the thing properly until next year or so but I … Continue reading Parenting: Potty Training