I know it’s only just going into winter, but it’s never too soon to plan for next year’s holidays! Family holidays are some of the best and fondest memories you can have. the excitement, the travelling, the afternoons on the beach or swimming in the sea and eating more than you thought was humanly possible!
Taking your children away on holiday is one of those mixed-feelings parenting moments. On the one hand, you’ll be incredibly excited to see them interact with new places and people. On the other, you’ll be concerned about their health and safety when they’re far away from home. Nonetheless, the real trick to enjoying unforgettable holidays with your children is to build them around your little ones. Don’t take them to Venice if they’re too young to understand its beauty. Don’t takethem to Disneyland if they’re too old to get lost in the magic. But do take them on one of the five trips outlined below.
This Easy Christmas Bauble Cake is perfect for the festive season, to sell at a Christmas fayre or for entertaining at home.
Can I mention the ‘C’ word? Seeing as though the big light switch on has taken place in our town this afternoon, and Santa’s grotto is now open for business, then I suppose Christmas can now be mentioned on my blog.
It also means that I can share my first festive blog post for 2018. It is for this very Easy Christmas Bauble Cake which I think looks colourful and fun. Furthermore, it will appeal to kids of all ages over the festive season.
This easy to make Carrot Bundt Cake is light, moist and flavoured with warm spices and a subtle tang of orange. It is dairy free too. Give it a try next time you fancy making a carrot cake.
Carrot Cake is very popular with my children, and I like to think that with it containing fruit and vegetables that it is one of the more healthier cakes I make for them. With banana cake coming in a close second.
I usually make my carrot cake in a square tin so I can cut it into equals portions which are easier for their packed lunches. However, with it being National Bundt Day this week, I thought it was time to make a Carrot Bundt Cake.
For many women all over the world, getting back to a healthy weight after giving birth to a baby can be a tough task. It can be stressful taking care of another human as well as yourself whilst having to adjust to a new routine and recovering from childbirth. However, it is important to return to a healthy weight after delivery, especially if you plan to become pregnant again in the future.