In a week of emotional upheaval, this easy breakfast option is providing some solace.
We had a blast watching Wallace and Gromit and their musical pals on tour last night. Have a peep to find out more!
I’m sure I’m not alone in wanting my children to busy themselves with wholesome creative pursuits … just with as little mess as possible.
After many years of trial and error, here are my best bets.
As fun as it is spending hours making a dinner that draws nothing but complaint, sometimes I prefer to make something that takes 10 minutes and everyone enjoys. These chicken noodles are always close to the top of that list.
Always looking for a way to make brownies a staple of my diet, this recipe has some good stuff in and tastes pretty great. Give them a whirl!
Currently mad for oat-based baked goods, these healthy muffins are going down a storm in our house. Super easy, you can mix them in minutes and have them ready to eat in half an hour. Give them a try!
The weather was abysmal but our trip to the new Museum of Liverpool was a highlight of our Bank Hols daytrip.
Mornings are a bit wild here. This is my favourite breakfast recipe, bar none – healthy, filling and super-tasty.
Learning spellings can be a drag. Here are a few ways that might help.
With my big girl turning ten this week, I’ve thought about some of the things it might have been useful to know a decade ago, in the hope it might be useful to a newer mum.
Brilliant books do brilliant things for little people. Here are some good choices for your 7-9 year olds.
I realised, last weekend, that I have thrown 15 children’s parties, making me experienced, if far from expert. Since it’s a proposition that seems to throw a number of my friends into the pits of despair, I have written a post with some different types of celebrations that have been tried and tested.
The venues and services listed are local to me, in Cheshire and thereabouts, but there will be equivalents, whereever you are.
Some recommendations for brilliant chapter book reads for Key Stage 2 children to entertain your little treasures and make them cleverer than ever.
As the summer holidays wind up, here are a few thoughts about the return to school from a teacherly perspective.
This is just going to be a quick post – but after struggling to find much information about The Clowance Estate before our holiday there last week, it struck me that a review might be of use to other holidaymakers. (Just to be clear, we paid in full for our holiday and I have received…
Mid-Summer holidays, I have compiled a list of books and other activities that I have bought over the last year or two which may be of use in keeping your troops entertained and out of mischief during idle moments or rainy days.
All have been rigorously tested and approved by my little badgers.