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Gentle parenting - Raising siblings - Camping and travelling

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Fun and pretend play for kids at Sorted! – The Postal Museum London

Fun and pretend play for kids at Sorted! – The Postal Museum London

I’ve lost the count of how many times we have been to this play area since its opening in the summer of 2017! It just feels natural to tell you all about this lovely place, the Sorted! area at The Postal Museum in London. The […]

4 easy steps towards toy minimalism – teaching kids and decluttering with them

4 easy steps towards toy minimalism – teaching kids and decluttering with them

When it comes to personal stuff, we can easily find ways to declutter and be more minimalist. But when it comes to kids and toys, things can get a bit complicated as we are not the only ones in charge of what enters the house […]

How to teach kids about recycling

How to teach kids about recycling

Our Earth needs us to recycle. From old homework assignments to broken toys or old car batteries, our planet needs us to take care of the waste. And this is a message that our children also need to learn. We want to leave behind the […]

20 art and craft projects for kids using recycled materials

20 art and craft projects for kids using recycled materials

Children’s imagination and creativity have no limits, and I’ve learned that when it comes to art and craft projects it’s always useful to have all sorts of materials at hand: from egg cartons to paper tolls, from plastic bottles to milk cartons. Keeping these gives […]

Toy minimalism – 10 ways in which it might benefit your kids

Toy minimalism – 10 ways in which it might benefit your kids

Having two kids of different genders, I certainly know how difficult and tricky it can be to keep toys to a minimum without feeling like you are a bad parent, ruining their childhood. Toys minimalism might make you feel as if you are depriving your […]

25 chapter book series for young readers

25 chapter book series for young readers

Do your kids love books and are ready to discover the world of chapter books, reading with you or maybe by themselves? If they do and if you are looking for inspiration to keep up with your voracious reader, here are 25 chapter book series […]

Brick Wonders – a world of Lego at Horniman Museum (London)

Brick Wonders – a world of Lego at Horniman Museum (London)

On the 16th of February, 2019, a new temporary exhibition opened at Horniman Museum and Gardens (London), replacing the “Colour – The Rainbow Revealed” one (which replaced the Robot Zoo one, and so on, as this is what “temporary” means, right?). Being half-term and having […]

Chocolate birthday cake – free from gluten and sugar

Chocolate birthday cake – free from gluten and sugar

I love chocolate. My kids love chocolate. And I don’t think I had any influence, chocolate is simply yummy! Therefore we cook a lot of chocolate muffins and treats, and on their birthday they ask for chocolate cake (what a surprise, right?). I remember one […]

London Transport Museum – for a great day out with kids

London Transport Museum – for a great day out with kids

One of the first museums we have ever been to with the kids was London Transport Museum. The first time we went with my son when he was one year old and a few months. Since then, we’ve been visiting the museum on a regular […]

5 brain teaser games for kids

5 brain teaser games for kids

All children love a good challenge. And when the challenge is fun and comes as a brain teaser game, kids do become interested! I’ve always loved this type of games. When I was younger, I remember my grandfather introducing the brain teasers to me, not […]