After looking at Easter ideas for the kids the last few weeks this weeks Tuesday Tutorials hails a return to form for me by focusing on stuff that I want to do. Yep, just me, nothing to do with the kids. After all the holidays are all about the little ones and by now I certainly need some me time to chill out. Check out these little bits of amazingness…
Do you ever feel that what you’re doing isn’t good enough? Your blog isn’t as widely read as other people’s. Your pictures aren’t going to win any awards. You know exactly when Peter Rabbit will be on cbeebies. I think most of us struggle form time to time, questioning ourselves, everyone has a few things they doubt themselves on.
It seems like I’ve wanted to do a yarnbomb forever, but my crochet skills aren’t amazing. Wouldn’t be so bad in itself but the Christmas and Valentines yarnbombs in Southend were brilliant. How could I ever crochet Shakespearean characters?!
This yea we wanted to try and decorate a bit so I thought that some miffy bunting and other easter crafts for toddlers might be a good way to keep us occupied.
This is, I guess an Easter Crafts for Toddlers to Keep Their Parents Sane this is, because, well.. two weeks holiday is a long time, three weeks in my son’s case. Having spoken to some of my parent friends today the general consensus was that the wine was flowing earlier in the day than normal, so with that in mind, here are some of the Easter crafts me and my three year old have been doing when, the weather is a bit poor or I really can not face soft play.
So last week The Husband had the week off and we decided to visit a few local places that we’d been putting off for a bit. Barleylands Farm was one at the top of my ‘Nice Places I Want To Go To’ list. I mean, admittedly it was a bit lower down the list than Barbados but two small kids rather ruins your chances of a daiquiri on the beach anyway.
Anyway, I’m sure Barbados is rubbish in the spring where as Barleylands? Baby lambs. Yep, because it’s spring you want to be seeing and feeding some baby lambs, right? View Post
Wooo! It’s Tuesday! Well I don’t know about you but I saw the weather prediction for this week and my main thought was to how on earth to keep my eldest occupied during the Easter break. I was therefore delighted to see all the fab Easter crafts that were linked up last week so I thought I’d showcase some cute Easter chick craft ideas which we’ll hopefully be trying out soon!