My little baby boy turns 3 tomorrow (can’t believe it!) and we had a little party for him today. I say little party, but the amount of preparation and pressure building up to the party was unreal. I have a feeling though that the pressure to have the perfect party is only going to get worse as the kids get older! Here’s how our little party went today..
This is an easy craft idea for decorating blown eggs as Humpty Dumpty. Something fun that the kids can do which doesn’t involve chocolate over the Easter period! Best to leave the blowing of the eggs to an adult or older children though as it can be a bit tricky.
This is my version of chocolate scotch eggs, and with plenty of creme eggs around this time of year it’s the perfect excuse to make them. They didn’t turn out quite as pretty as I would have liked them too, but they were yummy! They were also quite messy to make! However if you want to give them a go here’s how I did it.
So as most of you are aware tis’ the season of Blog Awards, and in particular the Tots 100 MAD Blog Awards (Mum And Dad awards) and BritMums BiBs (Brilliance in Blogging) awards. So here are a few reasons why you should consider voting for me!
Easter is fast approaching and it’s a great excuse for getting creative in the kitchen, and you know I love a cupcake! Here’s how we made our Easter cupcakes, another simply idea to get the kids involved.
We are taking part in British Military Fitness’ #SpringIntoAction campaign to encourage children to get outside and play and get muddy this Easter! With the official first day of Spring tomorrow (20th March), the sun is starting to shine more, flowers are popping up and there is no better time to get the kids outdoors enjoying the fresh air.
I make a lot of cupcakes, for every family birthday, yearly occasion or sometimes just for the hell of it! I enjoy baking and cupcakes are great to get the kids involved in the kitchen, even if it is just to lick the spoon! This is my basic cupcake recipe, that I then alter as necessary. It’s my fail safe, and it hasn’t failed me yet.
A great and inexpensive crafty project to do with the kids making wooden spoon and felt animals using simple materials that are easily obtainable.