Coding is such an important skill for children to learn these days. We were lucky enough to be sent some fab toys from Learning Resources to help teach the twiglets some simple coding. If you’re interested in coding for kids, read on to find out how Coding Critters can help!
Reward charts. Such a popular parenting tool. We’re trying one out with the twiglets at the moment, yet I’ve always felt quite conflicted about them. Are reward charts a good idea? I’ll try to explain why I have some reservations about reward charts in this post… 😊
I feel like there’s lots of stuff swirling around in my head at the moment and I’m in the mood for writing it down… Most of it is returning to work worries. It’s been a while. Three and a half years in fact! 😂
Back when the twiglets were babies, whenever I met a mum with older twins, one of the main questions I’d end up asking was ‘when does having twins get easier?’ Always spoken with a slight undertone of crazed desperation, meaning ‘please tell me it gets f**king easier, please, PLEASE!” 🤣 The other day, as I got the twiglets out of the car and they walked, both sensibly holding my hands, into their playgroup, it suddenly struck me that maybe we were actually there… Has it finally got easier?!
It’s inevitable. As kids grow, they become more and more aware of the world and what’s happening around them. It can be tough to realise that as a parent you’re no longer the sole influence on your children’s lives. So how do you cope when your children start to lose their innocence?