There’s always something alluring about a picnic. The joy of lugging a heavy hamper of eats and treats, the petty pleasure of laying things out on a pretty mat and letting the kids run around while you lounge lazily under a tree, beside a lake, picking on cherries in the warm sun. Well, enjoying a lovely day outside, takes a lot of work and planning beforehand. Here’s what I usually do while planning a picnic with the family.
What can be more exciting than having a wonderful time with the whole family in the fresh air? A Picnic is one of the easiest ways to step out of everyday routine for having fun with children. Once a venue is decided the next most important thing is the food in the picnic basket. To simplify the preparation of your snacks list, here are easy and uncommon recipe ideas to enjoy delicious food.
It’s that time of year again and parents up and down the country are already starting to think about what to do with their children during the summer break – the forward-planning ones, that is.
Those immortal words one partner says to the other after the first baby has started sleeping through for a couple of nights, and they have forgotten the hell of the sleepless nights. After the hormones have made a shift, and suddenly a new baby seems like a brilliant idea. The pain of birth is a distant memory, and the idea of a baby brother or sister increasing your family is all you can think of.
Weekends, holidays and vacations – these are times when it’s really hard to keep kids occupied through the day. And as parents, we all try to let our kids have an extra bit of ‘outdoors’ so they tire out and hit the bed early.
Sure, our kids can work amazingly with technology, but do they always smile or say hello when they bump into someone on the street? Technology has helped us connect seamlessly with people across the world. But our upcoming generation might just not be able to have an actual conversation ‘in person’.
Due to Covid restrictions, there is generally a lot of isolation in the community. And probably children could be the ones who are most affected. I recently spoke to a friend who is a mother of a toddler. She expressed fear about the development of her child in the past year. And this is a fair thing to worry about.
COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly changed many things in people’s lives. One of them is access to physical contacts. And this is especially true for children. This is why it is even more important for children to pay special attention to what they do. Children often do not know for themselves, what is safe and what is not, so it is up to parents or caregivers to not take their eyes off them when it comes to playing with friends at home or at school.
My five-year-old just walks into my room in the middle of the night – From, “Am cold mummy!”, to “monsters-under- the-bed”, I’ve heard it all! Well, any parent knows that getting a good night’s sleep is important. And to get a ‘straight-8-hours’ of sleep, a clear bedtime routine is a must for kids. We’ve chosen four simple tips that any of us can easily follow to help our kids get to bed and stay there through the night! Check it out.
Skiing is a very popular winter sport in the Czech Republic. CZ receives tourists from Austria and Italy with open arms. Although the Czech Ski routes are easier and the slopes, not quite as steep in comparison to the Alps, people come here with families because of the lower prices! The services of local ski centres are also better: for instance, you need not carry any equipment, everything is available for rent!