I've been searching for ideas for weeks now and finally I give you .. a hundred and one activities to conquer boredom! The kids will be with you 24/7 so I'm sure you will find these activities helpful. One idea for every time the children say Muuuummmm, I'm bored! EVERYTHING IN HERE YOU CAN DO IN THE COMFORT OF YOUR OWN HOME! There are activities … [Read more...] about 100+ Activities For Kids And Teens – Have Fun At Home!
Muuummmmmm, I'm bored ... Yeah. We've heard these notorious words before. Children of all generations are known to utter these words, especially during the school holidays when they have time on their hands. The thing is, it is all very well for kids to be bored ... but if they are driving you mental, here is an easy way to make an' I'm Bored' jar. … [Read more...] about How to Make An ‘I’m Bored’ Jar
I’m going to write this article on the assumption that EVERYBODY knows being a stay-at-home mum( aka homemaker) is single-handedly the hardest job starting. This article is a refresh in case anyone has forgotten! I cannot( and elected not to) believe that there might be people out there that believe housewives have it easy. If … [Read more...] about 7 Reasons Why It’s Harder to be a Housewife Than People Think
Quarantine might have trapped us within the eggshells of our residences; nonetheless, some people are finding ways to escape the mundane repeat of our world and enterprise out on colorful escapades. A family in Atlanta use bright chalk crayons to create wondrous gives for the family’s children to play in. Abbey Burns Tucker started a series … [Read more...] about 30 Pics Of A Family That Uses Chalk Art To Go On Adventures During The Lockdown
Parenting sure ain't what it used to be. As recently as a couple of decades ago, the concept of "parenting" itself didn’t exist. People got together, had newborns and, for the most part, brought their children up more or less the lane they’d been brought up. There was progress here and there--child-labour laws, Sesame Street, fucking … [Read more...] about Parents are now outsourcing basic parenting duties—and there’s nothing wrong with that