I think I might love Moana as much as my kids do? I’ve definitely been guilty of putting You’re Welcome on while I do the ironing of a morning! If your kids love Moana then you’ll love these fun Moana crafts and activities for kids – we’ve got everything from bingo to flower crowns and necklaces – perfect if you need some activities for a Moana party or just if you want to keep your kids busy at home!
‘You’ time, you want it, you need it and you deserve it. Each day you wake up with good intentions. Today is the day you will wake up an hour earlier than the children to go for a run or will use the nap time for a facial and pamper. But somehow, something always gets in the way. A sink full of dishes, a basket full of laundry, grocery shopping, something always prevents that barrier between you and some ‘you’ time.
Over the last few months I’ve been sharing a few simple paper bag crafts for kids and today’s craft seems so obvious I can’t believe it’s taken this long to make it – a super cute paper bag bear. This bear craft for kids is great because not only is it fun to make but using a paper bag also means that you can use it as a puppet – perfect if your kids fancy putting on an impromptu performance of Goldilocks and the Three Bears!
I am not the most awesome person when it comes to homemaking. I hate washing up, my meal plans fall apart after two days and I have a pile of clean clothes in my bedroom waiting to be put away that my children politely refer to as ‘clothes mountain’. Apparently it’s great for climbing all over and exploring. I don’t get excited about cleaning products, I just want them to do the job. But that’s the problem, most of them don’t.
Last weekend we were lucky enough to be invited to stay at Boswarthen Farm in Penzance thanks to Feather Down Farms. I must admit that I’ve had my eye on a holiday with Feather Down for a while, I adore glamping with the kids and with locations across Europe it seemed like the perfect idea for us, what could be nicer than spending a few days in the countryside but without the hassle of taking our 101 camping ‘essentials’ with us and with the children getting the chance to experience a bit of life on a real farm. After a lot of ooh-ing and ahhhh-ing we settled on a stay at Boswarthen, a dairy farm near Penzance with views over fields and the sea.