I rate myself as a cook. And I am not bad at baking either. One thing I cannot do though, and it kills me, is ice cookies. I look at blog posts and vlogs on how to do it. It looks so easy. It’s possible I have some type of icing dyslexia or something – but try as I might – it’s an epic fail. A.L.W.A.Y.S. So when we decided that we would make something for Fathers Day (anything we usually buy gets grateful received and then bunged in a drawer – never to be used again) we sought professional help and took ourselves to Biscuiteers.
I live in London. The world’s most vibrant city. But I’m lazy. I stick to my local area, do the same things.
But – ENOUGH IS ENOUGH. There’s SO much to do and I am going to schlep my family away from the sport (husband) and iPads (girls) and we are heading OUT AND ABOUT on weekends.
First up – a visit to the top of Tower Bridge to the Tower Bridge Exhibition – yes up there, at the top between the Towers, and then, off to Borough Market.
The exhibition not only showcases the history behind the bridge, you are also able to walk across their glass walkways that are 42 metres above the River Thames, to get from one tower to the next.
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…
My girls favourite time is screen time. Does my HEAD IN! However – there are apps, and there are apps. I am a big fan of Toca Boca apps and have been since they launched 5 years ago. They are generally for younger kids – but mine still love them. They have now released their 31st app Toca Dance.
Toca Dance lets kids explore their creativity through dance and music. No technical skills are required — it’s is all about wacky, fun and expressive movement. Check this out…
If you have kids that are in to music, and want to turn it UP UP UP, then I have something for you today!
The Berlin Boombox is designed by Berlin-based designer Axel Pfaender. He decided it was time for a cool and fun mobile speaker … a sound system you want to show off, like the ghetto blasters of the 1980s. Old school, people.