Latest articles with tag 'family fun'
The Mummy Fever Guide to the Best Large Family Cars: The Mitsubishi Outlander
Thinking back to when we expanded our family to a family of six, we were on the look out for a bigger car! We obviously needed a seat for everyone but also needed space for a pushchair and all the other paraphernalia that comes with having four children…including a guitar played by our eldest.
Here’s part one of our hunt for a suitable family car, the Mitsubishi Outlander.
Safe outdoor play spaces for children
Our children love nothing more than being outdoors. Some of their happiest days are spent playing outside and exploring. We love long family walks, exploring forests and mountains and it doesn’t really matter what the weather is doing. How do you keep them safe?
Snow all gone near you? Snow problem! Take a trip to the Chill Factore in Manchester
If you are a regular reader of the blog you’ll know how much my tribe like the snow. Like, well that doesn’t actually cover it to be honest – we LOVE the snow, and I’m probably the biggest fan of all.
Top reasons/excuses why children can’t sleep on Christmas Eve
How are the excitment levels in your house at the moment? As Christmas Day approaches, many parents are stuggling to ge their children to sleep at a reasonable time. I mean, as if we need anything else interfering with the bedtime routine.
Five Ways To Avoid A Christmas Hangover!
Christmas is almost upon us yet again, and we should be glad of it; it really is the most wonderful time of the year, as much as a cliche as that might be. It’s a time of love, and sharing, and celebration between families, friends and colleagues.
Four things parents should avoid saying to their children
I firmly believe in a famous quote, “The way we talk to our children becomes their inner voice!” children are heavily dependent on their parents emotionally too. They look upon their parents and get every cue from them of what is right or wrong.
The European eating habits the UK could learn from
We’re all guilty of picking up a banana on the way out of the house in the morning, eating our measly sandwich at our desks at lunch – To see just how wrong we’ve got it, recipe box provider Gousto has been comparing our eating habits in the UK with those in Europe.
Limiting screen time during school holidays
A new study has revealed that, by age 7, children will have spent 2 years and 3 months of their lives in front of a screen. More than half of that time is ‘mindless’ screen time – spent without family or friends, in solitary, screen-based activities. I don’t know about you but that sounds awful to me.