It seems every week there’s a new iPhone, tablets or gadgets coming out that promises to revolutionise the way we live our lives. But despite the fact that the technological wizardry of today boggles the minds of our grandfathers, real-life gadgets still can’t hold a candle to the hi-tech knickknacks dreamt up by authors and
With winter in full swing, the evenings are getting colder and darker. I don’t know about you but it means I am much more likely to stay in. Plus, it can be tricky getting a babysitter. Ah, mum life. So it means many a night in for me and the hubs. There are plenty of
So I know having a baby shower can be a little bit like Marmite for a lot of people; you either love it or you hate it. I think for us Brits it can be a bit more in the ‘hate it’ camp as it can be quite an American thing. I for one am
You can’t stop children from playing and you can’t stop inclement weather. If it’s raining and pouring outside but your kids are ranting and raving about letting out energy, you’ll need to figure out a few activities to do inside. Here is a number of boredom busting games for rambunctious kids who can’t go outside.
Kids these days are exposed to outdoor activities less than previous generations. According to a study in 2013 reported by the Wall Street Journal, 72 percent of children 8 years old and below have used mobile devices at least once. This is one of the reasons behind the growing epidemic of childhood obesity all around
A couple of nights ago we were treated to a rare night out from the kids, as we were invited to play some games and watch a film with #GamesonTheBGO in London. It was an event for bloggers put on by the lovely people at Joe Bloggs network. It was nice to be able to
I have a lot of friends having babies at the moment so it was time for another baby shower! This was a joint shower for three mums and I decided to go with the theme of ‘Mothers-to-bee’ as it was the first child for all of them. Plus I liked the look of a yellow and