As Christmas approaches the prospect of “me time” is becoming greatly reduced. If your household is anything like ours, you’ll be starting to think about the juggle of day to day life, with all that festive preparation thrown in for good measure.
But it doesn’t have to be that way. Read on for some inspiration for cramming in a slice of the “me time” in the run up to Christmas. And then share your own posts on our regular linky feature.
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We may only be a couple of weeks into the school term, but we’re already struggling for inspiration when it comes to the kids’ packed lunches.
Read on for some great tips from other parents – and link up to share your own posts on the subject.
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This week we’re pleased to welcome Helen from The Crazy Kitchen. Helen is a work-from-home mum, juggling life with three children, including a toddler who loves to bake. We’ve been admiring Helen’s child friendly recipes for a while and just love her enthusiasm for getting kids involved in the kitchen!
We are sharing a recipe for a simple Jam Roly Poly that you can prepare in under 30 minutes. If you haven’t already tried cooking with your children why not give it a go and start creating your own memories.