Today I have a cute DIY to share with you, for building your very own kids book shelf, which I think fits really well with Autumn as it's apple picking season, but would suitable all year round. We actually built
Since guising (as we call trick-or-treating here in Scotland) is off the cards this year, I've promised the kids a spooky Halloween dinner instead, and we're going to make some Halloween mocktails. These eyeball mocktails are not as creepy as
I've got a really easy Halloween cookie recipe to share with you today. In fact, it's so easy, does it even deserve to be called a recipe? Consider it more of a Halloween cookie inspiration - they just require a
Happy Museum Monday. We’re back this week to share another of our recent cultural day trips with you. This week, we’re sharing last month’s visit to St Andrew’s to celebrate our wedding anniversary.
We had booked in to visit St Andrew’s
We have a vase with branches on the dresser in our hall, that I like to decorate for the different seasons. At Easter we had little eggs hanging in it, and over the summer our clothes peg dragon flies that
The first pumpkins have started appearing in the shops, which means an excuse to bake pumpkin pie! This is actually a recipe I have shared before on my previous blog, but it's so good I thought it needed sharing again.
For the past couple of years, we've visited a 'pick your own' farm in Autumn to go apple picking. This year, with everything needing booked in advance and a long bus ride with masks not sounding very appealing, a family
Museum Monday has been on a bit of a break since the beginning lockdown in Spring, with most cultural institutions closed and all travel plans put on hold. But as things slowly started to open up again, we embarked on
This summer, I have been hosting a reading challenge together with my lovely friend Amanda who runs the online children’s book store Books & Pieces. For the second year in a row, we are running a #KidsBooksBingo! Check out my