Finding time first thing in the morning to enjoy a couple of chapters. As well as opting to switch the TV off on an evening, especially if What The Dad Said is working a late shift and picking up my Kindle Paperwhite to lose myself in the unfolding storyline.
The summer season brings with itself innumerable skin problems. The major skin problems in the summer season are sun tanning, excessive oiliness of the skin and increased incidences of rashes and acne. A simple daily summer skincare routine that every individual can follow. Then we shall focus on specific remedies for the summer problems.
From whims to the pressure of new trends, nothing seems tougher than making the perfect gift choice for a teenage girl. A lot of teen girls are picky, and one of their top priorities is self-expression. Here, we give you an idea of what would impress them. Note that they tend to be more focused on new experiences and personalisation while also enjoying a sense of freedom.
Don’t even think about opening this book you nosy noodle.
I am warning you.
I am very angry.
When we made the move to our new house (can I still call it that four years later?) we purchased the additional bedroom furniture etc that we needed and that was about it. With the hope that we would go through each of the bedrooms and repaint the feature walls, add personalised touches etc. But family life is busy and soon those weeks turn into months and before you know it, it can be a couple of years later.
Throughout the lockdown, I had been looking forward to this week. Marking the children’s first full week of the summer holidays. As well as What The Dad Said’s first holiday since the February half term having worked throughout the lockdown. A much-needed chance for us to reconnect and enjoy time together.
Summer is the perfect season for outdoor activities. There are some recreational activities that more eco-friendly than others. Here’s a “going green” guide for families.
Just like the earlier months in 2020, July has been a very different month to what we would normally have. With life in lockdown still continuing albeit with restrictions easing and many places able to reopen to some respect. It has, however, been the usual split month of celebrating the final weeks fo the school year and the start of the summer holidays.
July always feels like a split month, the first half with life semi-normal with schoolwork to be completed. Whilst the second half, once school is out for the summer, feels completely different. A somewhat more relaxed way of life with the focus on fun and laughter.
Starting school can be daunting for anyone, including dinosaurs. Take a journey through Dinosaur’s first day at school. See the things that he is unsure about and how looking at things a different way can ease the worries that he is having.
The end of the month is in sight, with the school year now completed – albeit a very different school year than we’ve ever experienced. The children are pleased not to be completing school work from home and the dining table can finally be free of stationery, paperwork and books. It’s time to start focusing on the summer holidays and how to fill/enjoy the days ahead.