#LittleLoves – Books For Bloggers & Bobble Hats

I literally feel as if I have not stopped this week, I cannot seem to catch a break. E hasn’t been at all well with what started as a cold and now seems to have developed into an ear infection. I’ve suffered with an infection following my recent tooth extraction and I’ve been so busy with house-work, work-work and looking after my little ones that my body has become run down.

As you may have gathered, I haven’t had a great deal of leisure time but I will share a few of those very brief moments that I somehow managed to park my backside and catch my breath.…

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Less Panic More Peppa

Today has been a total wash out, E and I have spent most of the morning curled up in our jim jams following an all-nighter with the latest bug to hit the household.

It started at around 1.30am this morning when E woke coughing and unable to catch her breath. I scooped her out of bed, located her inhaler and began administering the usual calpol, cough syrup and piriton in hope that it may relieve E’s symptoms.

I was a midges doo dah away from ringing an ambulance as each time E coughed she would become breathless and panicked. She wasn’t the only one that was panicking!…

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Thinking On Your Feet With The 5 Second Rule Junior Board Game

Each Sunday we make time to sit down together as a family and to either watch a movie or to play a board game. Rather than moping over the weekend coming to a close, we try to distract ourselves from the week ahead with some rest and relaxation as a family.

Playing board games is hugely beneficial to all involved, especially children. Board games can teach children a vast array of both simple and complex life skills including:

Learning to take turns Building patience and understanding of others Learning how to accept loss Building concentration skills Learning how to read others facial expressions and body language Building tactical thinking skills Learning how to deal with competition Exercising and keeping the brain active How to deal with pressure and time limits Learning how to work effectively as a team member The 5 Second Rule Junior Edition Board Game

We were recently sent the ‘5 Second Rule Junior Board Game‘ to play and to review.…

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Glimmies, It’s A Kind Of Magic!

The Magic Of Play

We all love to have a little bit of magic in our lives, this especially applies to children as they are yet to fully understand the World in which they live and the concepts of Science.

To actually witness magic in the making is somewhat of a thrill. I myself love to watch a good magic trick and since having children have learnt how to perform a few of my own tricks to stun and amaze my little ones.

As a child light can be a fairly magical concept, as we wake each morning the sun rises and as we settle down to sleep the sun sets making way for the moon to cast its subtle glow.…

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#TuesdayTreasures 24/01/2017

Ahoy Matey! Welcome Aboard #TuesdayTreasures

Welcome to this weeks #TuesdayTreasures blog linky with myself and the lovely Angela from Adventures In Websterland.

#TuesdayTreasures is for bloggers from all walks of life, whether you are a parenting, lifestyle or any other type of blogger you are welcome to join in and to share your posts new and old.

The Blog With The Booty

Each week one post which has been added to the #TuesdayTreasures linky is selected by both Angela and myself to share with you all resulting in two winning posts (a winner is chosen by each of us).

This week I was particularly impressed with some of the tips and advice listed in a fantastically honest post titled ‘How To Cope During Pregnancy With A Toddler‘ written by Lucy from ‘Me,Being Mummy’.…

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