Following Boris Johnson’s recent announcement, it feels like the end of lockdown might finally be in sight. However, with still a few months to go before normality is fully restored, it is important for us to continue to do our best to keep ourselves and our young ones mentally and physically healthy. If you, like … Read more
For me snowdrops are one of the first signs that spring is on it’s way, Galanthus Nivalis is one of the most common wild snowdrops, although there are currently 20 different species of wild snowdrops, over the years, over one thousand new varieties have been cultivated, with the snowdrops themselves sometimes creating them by cross-fertilisation. … Read more
Looking for Pumpkin Patches in Norfolk ? With the children all back in school, after the summer holidays, thoughts turn to Halloween, already families are starting to think about how to spend their days during October half term to keep the children amused, and wondering what to do in Norfolk. One particular day out is … Read more
Trying to find an activity which all the children enjoy can be a challenge, but all our children really enjoy going to the woods, with the right clothing, at almost anytime of the year. Most of the UK has Woods, Forests or Country Parks close by and its a really good way to spend some time with the kids outdoors.
One of the difficulties of Big Families with a range of children from different ages is sometimes there are things older children can do, which younger ones can’t. This can be obvious such as a 12 rated film at the cinema or a certain ride at a theme park, or something more challenging physically. It is important that the older children do not miss out, always doing something that all can do and sometimes it works well to split up.