It's that time of year again, the summer holidays are looming and all of us are thinking "What can I do with the children this summer?"
The prospect of 6 weeks (or more) with the children can be daunting (I know it is for me), so I have written this blog in four parts, looking at what you can do with the children over the holidays and making an effort to put a plan together that works for all.
I have gone back to basics and defined what I think the summer holidays should be about for the children and have come up with four main aims:
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What basics are required in any children’s bedroom design?
Are you a first time mum worried or anxious about how to sleep your baby safely? Are you worried about SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome), or otherwise known as cot death? If so, then read on as I have researched and written this blog for you.
Your school age child will need so much more from their bedroom once they have reached this stage. In my experience, not only do they need acres of storage for the mountains of clothes, toys, books and puzzles that they have, they also now need somewhere to sleep, play, socialise and sit. We need to also keep in mind those all-important sleepovers which are not relevant yet, but will become so in the next few years.
With that in mind, my top tips for designing your child’s bedroom are: