Bonfire night is on our doorstep—transform it from one more thing to cross off your to-do list into something super-special (and even useful!) with these simple hacks.
Is it ok to laugh at your child’s plight? Many will say it’s entirely contextual—that and you should probably not roll around guffawing right in their face. After all, parenting is a delicate balance between semi-competently assessing situations, being a quasi-respectable role model, and laughing at any chance you can get. Or else you’ll weep.
Plenty parents may boast their babes were born with impressive barnets—but just how do they compare to this head of baby hair?
Peppa Pig, like most children’s beloved TV programmes, is, uh, peppered with inconsistencies. Why do Peppa and her baby brother George attend the same class at school? Why are some animals fully anthropomorphised while others remain mute and on four legs, a cruel Darwinian rejection joke? Perhaps we can suspend our disbelief because this is fantasy, after all. But there’s one anomaly that is far from fantasy—it’s the stuff of nightmares. Warning: what you’re about to see cannot be unseen.
For kids, any surface is a potential canvas; and windows are especially inspiring as they capture light—which can transform the most mundane into pure magic. Try out this window art sensory activity with your little ones, recreating some classic characters into beautiful stained glass stylemasterpieces.