The idea that started our journey to create simple, beautiful, helpful products that inspire wonder, joy and positivity in growing young minds.
We're slowly coming to that time of year when drinking a sweet-scented mug of hot chocolate after a play in the park or curling up under a blanket and getting lost between the pages of a book become things we look forward to doing most. As the evenings start to shorten and the view from the sitting room window changes from green to deep black we have an innate urge to hibernate. Here are our top three autumn books for kids that we love to revisit especially at this time of year...
We made these deliciously simple watermelon ice lollies over the summer. They're a great easy recipe to make with the youngsters. And on sweltering days were such a refreshing, healthy treat!
Why doing 10 jumping jacks in the morning is really helpful for little ones starting their second week of big school when anticipation can turn to apprehension.
I'm not great with endings. Thankfully David is the opposite. Change, in his opinion, usually signals growth and new beginnings.