Last weekend was a long weekend here in the UK for the traditional May Bank Holiday.
I was supposed to work on the Monday, but due to a last minute rota change I had the day off so we had 3 full days of family time.
On the Saturday we had fun at a garden centre/soft play area with a couple of their friends.
Sunday was a rainy day and was spent indoors at home with 2 children going stir crazy!(and also misbehaving a lot but we won’t go into that!
Monday we took them out for lunch to the pub next door as there was a bouncy slide there, then a girly shopping trip was followed by a trip to the playground with their bikes.
We have another mixed bag this week.
We love painting and printing, so this post caught my eye as something we could have fun doing.
This Forsythia is so simple and pretty and a fun activity for spring.
The weather here has taken a turn again and the rain is back, so this post offers loads of ideas of things to do when it is raining.
Bees are coming out now that spring is here and my little man is currently learning about insects at nursery at the moment, so this seemed like a good post to feature. It encourages you to get outdoors and spot the bees and also links to a whole host of other bee activities and crafts.
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