How to nurture a love of nature in kids

This is a sponsored post. From buzzing bees to flowers and birds, seeing kids immersed in the world around them is a beautiful sight to behold. Unfortunately, thanks to a…

Encouraging wildlife to your garden

Encouraging wildlife to your garden is great when you have children. Not only is it good for helping wildlife by providing them with a habitat but young children particularly are…

#Bloggerpinparty 13

Welcome to the 13th #bloggerpinparty. I was thrilled that so many regulars and new people linked up last time. I hope that this week is just as busy. I hope…

In my kitchen – Happy birth doula

This week I am joined by Alice who is going to tell you all about how she feeds her family. I’d love to hear what you think of this post…

Living arrows 17/53

These two photos sum up the last few days (we’ll forget about the beginning of the week where the sickness bug continued around the house). We’ve enjoyed lots of time…

The happy book club review and giveaway

As you may have worked out by now, we love children’s books so I was thrilled to be asked to review a subscription box from The Happy Book Club this…

In my kitchen – Mummy vs work

I hope you are having a good week. For this week’s instalment of in my kitchen, the guest post series where fellow bloggers share how they feed their families, I am…

10 Earth day activities for kids

Today I have 10 earth day activities for kids to share with you. They are a mixture of crafts, sensory play and other activities. There is something suitable for toddlers,…

Living arrows 16/53

This has been the second week of F’s school holidays. This one hasn’t been as fun as last week. I hope she has enjoyed most of it. I worked three…

The superhero craft book review and giveaway

Do you have a child who loves superheroes? My eldest does, I’m surprised she hasn’t requested a superhero birthday party (she’s chosen a unicorn theme). If you do have a…