Technology can great babysitter, whether at home or on the road or in the air. Us parents can’t rely on it all the time though, can we? In our quest for highly portable, non-electronic games we’ve stumbled on Zip It from the creator of Bananagrams, the scrabble without a board, word game. It was the […]
France: in a culture where lots of children learn to ski at an early age, and families often take a winter ski trip, you would expect the majority of the resorts are family-friendly. That is true to some extent, but finding resorts that are family-friendly and budget-friendly means being more creative: Look for […]
There’s something about Rory’s Story Cubes: I’ve yet to find someone who has them and doesn’t love them.
The power of the internet to side-track is phenomenal, would you agree? I was browsing for good, functional rucksacks for the kids for hiking. Instead I ended up looking at LittleLife’s Penguin Playpack. I love LittleLife and we have bought a couple of their products and loved them in the past. As we were just […]
Once upon a time a little girl got a Polarn o Pyret jacket or as it was nicknamed, PoP jacket; A pretty pink jacket that brought with it promises to keep her warm and dry through her adventures. Even though the little girl wasn’t a fan of pink, the PoP jacket soon became a favourite because […]
The Thai Orchid in St Clements in Oxford has been a long standing favourite restaurant of ours. We love their Sunday Buffet, as an easy go to when we have a special occasion to celebrate and would like to eat out. Anyone with kids (or picky adults…No, Dad, I’m not pointing fingers!;-) ) soon starts […]