Hi there! So at the moment we are balls deep in getting ready for school. The twiglets will be starting Reception in September – just a short few weeks! As they’re my first (and last!) to start school, this is all new to me and I’m learning as I go. But I just thought I’d share some of the things I’m doing and buying in case they might be of use to anyone. I’m sure none of it will be revolutionary and will most likely be stuff you’ve read before and/or are doing anyway. But I’ve been enjoying reading people’s posts about this topic so thought I’d just share our little journey too.
Welcome to the latest post in my Twiglet Top Tips series. Today I’m reviewing Peppa Pig World in Paulton’s Park where we enjoyed a day out last week. I’m going to talk about our experience and hopefully include a few helpful tips if you’re planning a visit there yourself.
So we’re just into week three of the summer holidays. It’s hard to admit but I have to be honest – I’m struggling a little. Recently I had really been feeling that things were getting easier in terms of parenting. Now I’m not so sure. Dealing with the behaviour of a four year old is no joke. And dealing with the behaviour of two of them at once is, erm, intense to say the least.
Recently I’ve seen quite a few posts all about planning out the summer holidays. I don’t mean like holidays abroad – I mean the loooong six-week summer holiday break from school or nursery. Obviously a lot of parents will be working for some or all of it but I’ve noticed that many of those who aren’t seem to be EXTREMELY organised. I’ve seen people drawing out charts and tables, showing each day meticulously planned out with detailed, structured activities. Now I love a bit of colour coding as much as the next person, but do you know what I feel when I look at some of these posts? PRESSURE…
Hi there! I’ve had a few people asking on Instagram about our recent holiday to Majorca, in particular about the TUI Family Life hotel we stayed in (the Coma Gran in Sa Coma). So I thought I’d write a quick post to hopefully give a bit more information about our experience of the hotel, and also of travelling with young children.
We all know that going out in public with small children can be at best stressful – at worst, utterly cringe-inducingly mortifying. So I thought I’d share some tips on going out with toddlers. All gained from my wealth of experience of being completely embarrassed by my own kids 🙈🤣 (NOTE – These are somewhat tongue-in-cheek so don’t shoot me k) 😊✌🏻
It’s all beginning to feel very real. We received letters in the post the other day confirming which Reception classes the twiglets are going to be in from September. Separate classes. Our little twins are going to be separated from each other for the first time in their lives.
A fact you may well already know about me: I love rainbows. I love wearing them myself and I love dressing my kids in them 😁🌈 Recently I’ve had a few people ask me: ‘But what are you going to do if they turn around to you one day and say they don’t want to wear rainbows any more?!’ Well… not dress them in them anymore obvs 😂