I am always keen to get outside whatever the weather, and find some outdoor activities for the whole family. So this weekend I decided to take the kids on a footprint hunt, in the hope that we could make some nice plaster casts of any we found.
I have always loved the build up to Christmas, possibly more than the day itself. This year is no exception and I love seeing the excitement build through the eyes of my children. At 4 and 5 they are old enough to understand what Christmas is all about, but young enough to immerse themselves fully in the Christmas magic.
It feels like Autumn has arrived, but there are still ways in which you can enjoy your garden. One of the things I love about growing my own fruit and vegetables is using them in my culinary creations. I have yet, however to turn them into alcohol!
Summer is starting to draw to a close, and Autumn is just around the corner. It is also time for my Get in Your Garden! Guest post series to start drawing to a close. But not without a few more great posts, that hopefully show you that your garden is still the best place to be.
It’s bank holiday Monday and the sun is finally shining! If your looking for a great idea to entertain the kids and keep them cool today, why not try this fab sensory frozen toy activity.
Do you love eating and cooking outside? We do! We obviously love having a great British BBQ, but also I have always wanted an outdoor pizza oven. I love the idea of getting friends over and baking bespoke pizzas for everyone, whilst they socialise on the patio.
Week #21 of my Get in Your Garden! guest post series is an ingenious tutorial to make your own patio pallet garden, and the best bit is you can do it for free!
Week #20 already of my Get in Your Garden! guest post series, and this week we look at how you can enjoy the feeling of grass between your toes even if you haven’t got space for a lawn!