Spring is kind of happening. The clocks are changing shortly, there’s a whisper of warmth in the sun, blossom has started to come out. It’s time to get your kids planting. Let them see if they have what it takes to be a good mummy or daddy, and consider someone other than themselves. Feeding, watering – watching it grow. And I have the perfect vessels for this – Peropons. Look at these playful guys…
Easter is here – full of pinks and whites and yellows, chocolate and fluffy baby animals.
Now I’m not one for cutesy-wutesy but these hooded towels were simply too hard to ignore. Now I had always considered Cuddledry to be for babies. I got that wrong.
My girls are having none of the normal towel thing after I got them these Snuggle Bunny hooded towels £25.95 Binxie . And let me tell you – Snuggle Bunny by name and by nature. So SO soft like a cloud. And they dry really fast. Result.
Easter Bunny who? I’ve got my own thanks.
I’m bored of cakes. They promise so much – but deliver so little. Unless of course you are trying to gain weight. In which case they deliver a whole load – and more. Instead, for Easter – we are making this confetti popcorn as it’s easy to make, tastes yum, looks great and somehow could maybe be interpreted as erm..being one of your five a day.
After the recent Marks and Spencer’s Easter Press Day, where they had a full on egg decorating station – I got all inspired. I thought let’s throw caution to the wind and a hell of a lot of sprinkles on the floor, and get the kids to make their own. So they did! Let’s watch the process unfold….
- Giant Hollow Easter Eggs by M&S £5 each