It’s Back!!!! The UK’s biggest indoor funfair opens this weekend in Liverpool with some new rides joining all the usual family favourites.
Decorating Easter eggs is a common Easter tradition that many families enjoy, but have you ever thought about why we do it? It is quite a strange tradition and it is not clearly linked to the holiday season. So, what are the significance of eggs at this time of the year and why do we decorate Easter eggs?
As Easter looks to roll around, it’s a great time to spruce up the home for the spring season with some décor changes and breathe a breath of fresh air with the winter moving behind us too – it’s a great time to get the family involved too, whether looking for some homemade options or looking at resources for easter decorations on a certain budget too, making changes for Easter can be a fun activity with changes that will last right through until the summer. So where can some exciting changes be made?
If you are fed up with the amount of chocolate the kids get for Easter and looking for alternative gift options? How about this year they receive a gift that is useful, fun and super cool!
Easter can be a time when even the air ends up smelling of chocolate. Do you know what I mean? When you almost have a headache from breathing in the scent of the overwhelming amount of chocolate that is in the house.
Key things this week I think have been that I have lowered my expectations and increased my flexibility, when it comes to timings etc and who does what when.
Childs Farm, the UK’s No.1* baby and child toiletries brand, and our favourite baby and child brand, has released an eggciting LIMITED-EDITION Easter Blueberry & Organic Mango Body Wash, exclusively coming to a Boots near you!
It’s almost Easter. School holidays are approaching and parents all over the UK are trying to plan two weeks worth of activities and arrangements for the children. Fancy breakfast with the Easter Bunny?