If you’re planning your next family holiday, you should consider booking a family cruise. They’re no longer the formal holiday that might initially come to mind and now cater to everyone, making it the perfect holiday for all your family.
We have a few books that are regular bedtime stories for Boo, and Guess How Much I Love You is definitely one of those. Boo has had the board book version for a while now. But when I was asked if we would like to take a look at the pearlescent hardcover edition, and the colouring book I just knew that Boo would love them.
We were very lucky a few weeks ago to be asked if we would like to go and stay again at Bluestone which is in Pembrokeshire in Wales. You can read my first Bluestone Review from April 2016 here. My husband was able to get the time off and we headed to Wales on Monday 23rd January. What a wonderful time we had, and we managed to tick so much off our Family Bucket List for 2017!
This week’s Living Arrows is a little different from the photo of Boo playing on the beach I shared for last week. I’ve been struggling with both, another bad cold, and a flare up (probably the result of trying to do too much whilst we were away – I will never learn!). We’ve been stuck in a little more than I would like but some weeks it can’t be helped. Though Boo went to nursery four days this week and over the weekend she went both ice skating and swimming with her daddy so really I am the only one who has been stuck inside!
We’ve been playing with trains and done an incredible amount of jigsaws this week. Boo has also had a comic – this time it was a CBeebies – Nina and the Neurons one. She had so much fun putting on the goggles and playing with the slinky, as well as doing all those stickers. I think stickers must be her favourite thing to do right now.
“You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth” Kahlil Gibran,
I must confess, Valentine’s Day isn’t a big thing in our house, so when the theme of Valentine’s Day popped up for the Bostik Bloggers Challenge for this month I was at a loss of what to do. Though Boo, (as always) had the answer, ‘let’s make flowers for daddy!’ so we did! And here’s how we made this super simple Valentine’s Craft for Toddlers.