Playing dressing up has been a favourite pastime of children for the longest time. We were all kids once so we all know the delight of being able to let your imagination run free. You could be whomever you wanted to be and do whatever you pleased. There were no limitations to where your imagination could take you! The joy of being a child is exactly this, being free. They’ll spend long enough being restricted when they are older, let them be free as long as they can.
Are you looking for ways to have fun with your family and friends? Check out our guide to the best games to play, including new versions of classics like Monopoly.
Of course, we will all be watching Christmas movies and going on nice Winter walks, but for the bits in-between, I always find it helps to have a few bits and bobs to hand to encourage creativity.
Given the uncertainty we are currently facing, it seems sensible to plan Christmas from a distance. One of the ways you can do this is by designing and either printing or emailing things like Christmas cards, messages to loved ones, and of course also design your own Christmas decorations, letters to Santa and so on.
The Autumn months can mean wonderful outdoor adventures with the children. The air is fresh, the colours are stunning and there is mud galore. What else do you need?
If you have children and you’ve never tried a colour-in tablecloth, I’m telling you that you NEED one of these in your life. We’ve had a few over the years and they are so good. These are ideal for Christmas Eve, Christmas Day or any time over the festive period really. The whole family can work together to create a master piece.
Whilst Christmas might be a bit different for lots of people this year, it really isn’t cancelled. If your children normally love a good get together and a Christmas party, read on to find out about a wonderful 2020 alternative.
There is an awful lot of talk about Christmas being cancelled this year. personally, I think given the state of 2020 this should be the year we try harder than ever to make it magical. Christmas doesn’t have to cost lots of money, it’s more about the moments and the memories than how much you spend. With a little bit of creative thinking and planning you can still make it special.