There’s the thought that buying shoes can be a difficult process. Especially when it comes to the smaller members of the family. Their feet grow so quickly, how do you really know if the shoes fit. Luckily, we’ve been there and done that and we’re here to help you through the process. And trust me, after you’ve done it once or twice, you will wonder why you ever battled the shops with a toddler in tow in the first place.
When it comes to buying kids shoes online, there are a couple of things you need to know. Well, we’ve come up with 7 actually.
Ok, I’m going to cut right to the chase here. Mother’s Day is this Sunday and in predictable social media fashion we cue all the Mother’s Day posts and blogs about what to get us.
“Buy Mum this.”
“Take Mum here she will love it!”
You know what, as much as I’d love that shiny new Prada bag I saw at the shops the other day (OMG!!), what I really want won’t cost you 3 mortgage repayments! You can even genuinely forget about Mother’s Day and still have enough time to get these presents sorted!
Today I want to talk about setting a routine for your kids.This is something I always struggled with. I don’t think it was the creating one, it was more the sticking to to it part that always seemed to beat me.
If you struggle with setting and keeping a routine for your kids, then these tips might just help you break that cycle of always “starting”.
It’s amazing how a shiny new pair of shoes can put a pep in your step. Kids love getting new shoes to show off to their friends or Grandma. We, as Mums, well, we just love to get a new pair of anything really! If I’m buying a new pair of shoes, I generally opt for leather as they tend to longer and I find leather shoes so comfortable. I tend to choose leather for the kids as well where practical.
The one thing with leather shoes though, is like a timber decking, whilst they look great they can take a little extra care to keep them looking that way. Most of us get away with a bit of polish here and there, but there is a process to caring for leather shoes so they look their best for years to come.
So in the blink of an eye and click of a finger Easter is upon us. Already. It seriously feels like last week we were wrapping Christmas presents and tracking Santa on the radar. Now, all of a sudden, we are preparing to play Easter Bunny and working out how to deal with the sugar high. Does it ever stop!
This got me thinking, what activities can I do with the kids that will be fun, not annoy me too much and keep them entertained. Bearing in mind that shops and most fun places are closed for 2 of the 4 days, we need activities that can be done at home. Simple, engaging Easter themed activities that you can do over the course of the weekend.
So, welcome to our 4 day Easter activity guide to help you get through the Easter weekend.
Ok Mums, we’ve done it.
We’ve finally cracked.
The last few weeks has taken its toll and we just can’t do it anymore.
Today we are de-kidifying (is that even a word?) our blog and making all about you!
Follow us to the world of Bailey Chocolate Truffles and Nutella Chocolate Truffles if you will.
Shades, sunglasses, specs, sunnies, whatever you call them, they are one of the go to accessories for us adults. Like the car keys, we never leave the house without them. For some they’re a fashion statement, but for most they are to protect our eyes… and so we can see when driving! But what about babies and kids?
Do they need sunglasses or are they just a cute little accessory?