The Royal Botanical Gardens in Edinburgh are magnificent! I think we were slightly more appreciative than Little Bee however. He was more than happy running riot round the gardens while we ambled round appreciating the beautiful sights. The extensive gardens allow plenty opportunity for energetic play and we also enjoyed a lovely picnic in the many…… Continue reading The Royal Botanical Gardens
We had a lot of fun in the garden yesterday.. (Bubbles!) (Messy toes.) I blew the paddling pool up and took it outside. We got some ready mixed paint and added some washing up liquid and a dash of water. I popped Little Bee into the pool with the paint and let him go to…… Continue reading Messy play
Ask any early years practitioner what is the most important thing a child can learn? The vast majority will tell you that independence and self help skills are top of the list. Learning how to do things for themselves opens up a whole new world of opportunities and experiences. Children should have the freedom to… Continue reading Learning independence
If you’re ever in Edinburgh with the kids, I highly recommend visiting the National Museum of Scotland. It is easily accessible and very child friendly. The museum is spacious, with large open areas which are ideal for kids to wander. Or in our case.. run! (Animal world gallery) There is a large animal world gallery which…… Continue reading Day out in Edinburgh.
Eeek! So here goes.. the beginnings of our blog. Here’s a little info about us: Little Bee Loves books, food and playing outdoors. I love food, travel and arts and crafts. Little Bee has a soft toy creatively named ‘Mr Fox’.. He takes him everywhere and we had to buy another 2 just in-case we…… Continue reading first post!