50 things to do with kids on lockdown!

Hello lovely faces! How are you doing?  The coronavirus pandemic has necessitated a lockdown and parents everywhere have been juggling homeschooling and working from home!  Homeschooling in our house has been an adventure to say the least, and now we have the glorious two weeks Easter holidays to relax a little (?!) But ‘ahhhmagaaaad’ WHAT to do over the next couple of weeks during
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Visit the Seven Wonders Right from Your Living Room

Lockdown is proving to be quite the online adventure for many homeschooled children. From museum visits to astronauts reading them stories from space – there’s really no limit to where you can go ‘virtually’ from the comfort of your own front room! Now, thanks to modern technology, kids and grown-ups too can virtually travel to the the wonders of the world! From Jordan’s incredible
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Free lockdown activities | Free workshop | Child sleep advice

FREE Child Sleep Workshop – Friday March 27th 2020!

Are you a knackered parent looking to get some sleep? Fed up of stressy bedtimes, disturbed nights and generally not having grown-up evening time to yourself? If you answered yes to any of the above – then this workshop is for you! As a mum of two little ones born less than a year apart, Fi Star-Stone knows that parenting isn’t always easy. Her
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Coronavirus | Coronaparenting | Homeschooling

Coronaparenting – tips for keeping your cool in stressful time!

With news of Coronavirus everywhere and recent lockdown rules, we are living in stressful times and need to take care of ourselves and each other. Not as easy at it sounds though is it?   With more and more parents working from home, schools closed, and lockdown implemented last night – parents stress levels are at an all time high.    Today on BBC
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Coronavirus in pregnancy – Your questions answered!

According to latest government advice pregnant women are being urged to to limit their social contact but still attend antenatal appointments as normal. The Royal College of Midwives agreed, saying the appointments were “essential to ensure the wellbeing of pregnant women and their babies”. Gill Walton, chief executive of the Royal College of Midwives, said that despite this, antenatal and postnatal care continue to
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