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Mummy Matters is a magazine-style blog focusing on family life (the good and the bad), days out, crafts, travel, style, food, health and beauty. If it's a part of our lives, it's in the blog.


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#ad-gifted - ART! . When I first found out that I would be homeschooling the children for a while I knew there were a few things I wanted to do differently. . Sure I planned to follow the curriculum and not stray too far from what their teachers had in mind but I also wanted to try a few new things. . Back at the beginning of lockdown you may recall that the Beans joined me in some online art classes with the Art teacher who I have been going to for a while now. The children LOVED it and surprised themselves with what they were capable of. . A few weeks later I was contacted by @cosmourse to see if the children would like to try out their online art classes. So last week Lillie and Ollie joined in two separate classes on the theme of Fashion. . The classes are planned for different age groups so Ollie was in the 7-10 year old class and Lillie was in the 11-14 year old class. . The classes take place via an hour long Zoom session, the details if which are sent to you prior to the class along with a list of materials you will need. . Both children really enjoyed the classes, though Ollie struggled to keep up at times because he started off by drawing his first figure too small. With a bit of help from Mum and Dad we had him back on track. He was really happy with his finished artwork and can make more clothes for his figures so he can change his art when he wants to. . Lillie really loved making the background for her artwork and went on to make more after the session had ended. . This week it will be Albie's turn, his theme is Bridges so my little construction man is very excited!! . Sessions cost Β£15 per hour and all instruction is given throughout the session. The themes change daily so find a theme to suit your artist online at Cosmourse. . They even do birthday party classes!! Perfect for social distancing celebrations πŸŽ‰ . . . . . . . #covid_19diaries #lifeinlockdown #ONLINEARTCLASS #artclass #learnart #kidsofinstagram #kidsart #socialdistancing #socialdistancecelebrations #ukmumsquad #amwfparentingtribe #juneblog100 #fashion #mumlife #mumblogger #pbloggerkids #ukparentbloggers #pblogger #myhappycapture #capturingchildhood

The Benefits of a House System

Schools often use a House system where pupils are split into Houses that transcend the different year groups. Belonging to a House and participating in activities allows pupils to interact with children of different ages, cultures and backgrounds. Also, the House group’s structure and activities help prepare children for adulthood and the world of work where everyone plays different roles, and people come from all walks of life. Having a House system in place allows pupils to interact with teachers differently, whilst also allowing teachers to get to know pupils as they move through the years.

#adGifted . Are you even a parent if you don't have a handbag or purse full of plasters? . My children tend to move around the world at full speed so it's inevitable that at some point accidents are going to happen. . For Lillie this isn't such a problem as she is fine with standard plasters but both of the boys have allergic reactions to plasters and after wearing them for just a few hours they look like they have been burnt where the plasters were stuck to their skin. . Over the years I have tried lots of different brands of hypoallergenic plasters, some good, some useless but finally we have found some that not only do the trick but are specifically made for different occurrences with children in mind. . Since it is World Allergy Week I wanted to introduce you to @patchstrips which contain: πŸƒ NO IRRITANTS πŸƒ NO PLASTIC πŸƒ NO LATEX πŸƒ NO PARABENS . These Natural Bamboo Plasters are: πŸƒ Durable πŸƒ Hypoallergenic πŸƒ Compostable πŸƒ Globally Award Winning πŸƒ Better for You πŸƒ Better for The Planet . You can buy Patch strips in Natural for Cuts & Scratches, soothing Coconut Oil for Abrasions & Grazes, Aloe Vera to repair Burns & Blisters and Charcoal to draw out impurities from Bites and Splinters.

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One whole year. . Check out the big friendly smile of my father-in-law. It's hard to believe that a whole year has passed without him. . The children still speak of him so often that it sometimes feels like he is still here with us. That, i believe, is the sign of someone special. Even though he isn't here, he is because he lives on in their hearts and ours. . Harry reminded me very much of my own Grandad, always happy and smiling, ready to help. A wicked sense of humour and a gentleman, always a gentleman. Literally anyone who ever mentions him will say what a true gent he was. . We still have nights where the children cry because they miss him. We all do. . Today we are spending the day with the whole family, going to one of Harry's favourite places and I know that he will be with us ❀️ . . . . . . . . . . #oneyearon #stillloved #stillmissed #ukmumsquad #amwfparentingtribe #july100ig

7 Common Financial Mistakes That People Make and How You Should Avoid Them

You need to draw a realistic plan that will help you achieve your goals. Categorise your plan by checking on the short and long-term goals that you have to achieve. Ensure that the short-term goals are a constituent of the long-term goals. Getting a Loan Without Having a Purpose Applying for a loan without having a particular reason or a proper payment plan is usually the final nail on the bankruptcy coffin.

I have been feeling out of sorts this week, it's been a hard parenting week with lots of challenging behaviour from all three mini Beans. I am not going to lie, there has been tears! . I don't often compare myself to others, but this week I have felt like I am 'not as good' because my patience has been pushed to its limits. . One evening I suddenly remembered my Chakra stones. I bought these last year but didn't get around to cleansing them ready to use with my Reiki practise. . This week I have really felt the need to self heal with Reiki. Now I have cleansed and charged them ready for healing. . Starting today I am going to take time out for myself every day to focus on my reiki self healing practice. . When was the last time you did something for yourself? . . . . . . . . . #covid_19diaries #lifeinlockdown #stressedout #mamastress #shoutymum #ukmumsquad #amwfparentingtribe #july100ig #pblogger #rememberthesedays #thistooshallpass #wecantallbeperfect #keepingitreal #ukparentbloggers #mumblogger #pbloggerkids #reiki #reikihealing #selfcare #timeforme #feelingjudged #iamgoodenough #iamstrong #chakrastones

6 Ways to Get Your Home Ready for your Newborn

This is something that might slip your mind when the time does come around, so ensuring that it is completed before you become busy with new responsibilities can ensure the continued safety of your new baby. Storing any harmful chemicals – including the likes of cleaning products and others similar items – out of your child’s way can further ensure their safety; no prying hands will be getting into those products anytime soon! While some people may feel comfortable letting people into their home following their child’s birth, some people may read this who would feel a lot more comfortable not having visitors to their home for a while following their child Having your child cared for by a family member or close friend while going through this will ensure that they are in safe hands and give you a few days to adjust to life as a parent with another child.

It's funny how one little change can make such a big difference isn't it? . During lockdown we have been doing odd jobs around the house. One area that was annoying us was the small set of black drawers in our hallway. They looked nice enough but they weren't really big enough to store anything. . I decided that a cabinet would be better suited so I ordered the Brimnes cabinet from @ikeauk and it arrived last week. . I raided all the games from around the house and made this into a gaming cabinet. . Having all the games in one place has been fantastic (especially as the weather has been so bad this week) because the Beans have been playing games together at every opportunity. . What changes have you made in the home which have made a big difference? . . . . . . . . . . #covid_19diaries #lifeinlockdown #organisedhome #gamescupboard #boardgames #Dobby #DobbyPuppy #ukmumsquad #amwfparentingtribe #july100ig #pblogger #rememberthesedays #familyactivities #familytime #mumlife #ikea #brimnes #cornersofmyhome #myhome #homeorganisation #keepittidy

After a rather pants day yesterday, I started the day off well today with a run by myself and it felt great. . The sun wasn't quite shining but it was dry and I am feeling stronger each time I run now which is fantastic. . The kids have still argued today πŸ€¦β€β™€οΈ but for the most part I have managed to let it go over my head. . They all worked well today and finished school before lunch and so have spent most of the afternoon building Lego cities in the lounge and so far they don't seem to be arguing!! . How's your day today? . . . . . . . . . #covid_19diaries #lifeinlockdown #suddenlyhomeschooling #metime #running #runningmama #ukmumsquad #amwfparentingtribe #july100ig #pblogger #rememberthesedays #thistooshallpass #wecantallbeperfect #keepingitreal #ukparentbloggers #mumblogger

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