We know how difficult finding gifts for Dads can be and we also know that socks are a classic Father’s Day gift. But these aren’t your normal pair of socks.
Your little girl is all over the place at the age of one, and to keep her busy, toys will be your saving grace. You may be spoilt for choice when you go shopping since there are so many varieties. Here goes a guide to give you ideas on what is ideal for your child at her age.
Whilst the tradition at Easter is for the Easter Bunny to visit and hide eggs around house and garden. We tend to do things a little differently with the children getting Easter baskets (or bags this year as I wasn’t organised enough).
Before becoming a Mum myself, I couldn’t understand why Mums around the world were so invested in Mothers Day. Was it really that big a deal? Surely families celebrated Motherhood all year round?
Are you are an uncle or aunt searching for a birthday present for your niece or nephew, something that’s a little bit different? Maybe you’re a super grandparent and you love to buy presents that gets the kids laughing and playing while causing a bit of mischief at the same time.
Making handmade gifts can be more fun than buying them at the store. Although your creation may not be perfect, it will be more meaningful than anything you can grab off of a rack. Giving your partner a DIY gift is a special way to brighten their day. In fact, he or she might even cherish these gift ideas for a lifetime.
Many classrooms will have preschoolers exchange Valentine’s Day cards during class when this fun-loving holiday arrives. Buying valentines cards for kids is a great way to help kids learn the value of friendship. While most classrooms require all students to exchange a Valentine’s Day card to everyone, it’s still a fun way to teach your kids about kindness.
With the holiday season in full swing, many people are already finished with their shopping. However, for some, the holidays can pile on added stress. If you’re tight on funds, there are many ways to bring in some extra cash to pay off this year’s purchases — and maybe even start planning for next year.
Whilst you may have only just put up your Christmas decorations, it’s never too early to think about what you are going to do when they all have to come back down and stored away for another year. Although you might think it a little silly to be worrying about how to organise and store your Christmas decorations. I promise you that you will be so thankful that you took the extra time and effort now. I don’t think anyone is a fan of unravelling Christmas lights or finding a precious bauble smashed as it was packed correctly.
New Year’s Eve is fun for adults and children alike. A time to come together for the last time in the year, before the new one begins. Hosting a party is a great way to celebrate and there are many great ways to make a party special. Take a look at the following ideas on how to throw a New Years Eve party for the children…