The Unschooling Home Educator

In our continuing series on homeschooling, we have a lovely guest post from Jenny. She blogs over Facebook and is sharing her family’s homeschooling journey and what they do. You can also find her on Facebook and Monkey and Mouse I’m Jenny, a mum of two children aged 5 and 7 from Scotland.  Neither of my […]

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Camp Beaumont – fun for kids, peace of mind for parents.

*This is a partnership post with Camp Beaumont, we were asked to review their camps and share our experience. All words are our own* As a working mum, during term time, it’s generally not too hard to organise childcare. Between school and after school activities and childminders it’s usually not easy to arrange good care […]

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A perfect weekend

It is not often that we are able to sit back and say “that was a perfect weekend”. Some of our weekends are more relaxed than others, but they can also be busy and sometimes we find them over filled and exhausting. At the end of 2018 we made a sort of vow that we […]

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Screen free time. Who will crack first?

Screen free time? What is that?  We are, as a family, very reliant on our devices. That’s actually ok. Phones, tablets, laptops, iPods etc, are incredibly handy. To be honest, my whole life runs with the aid of various devices and I do rely heavily on them. However, I do also believe that we can […]

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She’s coming…

She’s coming. I realised in December that I cannot manage the mad juggle of life without some extra help. I simply cannot keep on top of all the basics whilst being a working mum. I just don’t have the capacity. Other people seem to cope with working, parenting and keeping their house clean and tidy. […]

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Our week in photos – 07/04/19-13/04/19

Welcome to our week in photos. This is our weekly catch up for both sets of grandparents who live abroad and don’t get to be as much a part of the daily madness of our lives as much as we and they would like. So we share here for them to get at least a […]

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Choosing to homeschool. A guest post with Mamma’s School

Welcome to the first in our series of guest posts sharing all about the world of homeschooling. Something that many more parents are starting to do, for reasons that work for them and their families. Today we have the lovely Sonia from My Mamma’s School sharing why they homeschooled here when living in the UK, […]

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24 hours alone – we needed that.

I shared this past weekend that we were celebrating our eighteenth wedding anniversary. We had 24 hours alone, away from normal life, to mark that. We made it to a fairly big number. We have two years til we hit the big twenty. We plan to head to Las Vegas with the kids, to celebrate […]

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