My Foodie Christmas Day Will Be Awesome This Year

When you’ve got kids, you’re forced into thinking about Christmas earlier and earlier every year. The TV channels are full of adverts for children’s toys, so Santa’s letter is going to be a very long list this year. For me, I’m thinking about the food. I love Christmas time and all the different dishes that go on the festive table. I’m already delving into my recipe books to prepare the Christmas cake!

Lots of you know I used to be a foodie blogger a long time ago. I love food, and I really enjoy cooking it. Christmas dinner is one of the hardest cooking challenges for me, though. Perhaps it’s because there is so much of it, or maybe it’s because I want it all to be so perfect. I’ve already measured up the oven to see just how big a turkey I can fit in there!

Cooking for all the family and relatives at Christmas is fun for me, despite the challenges. I love having a big turkey, although I only do a crown if the numbers are right. We binge on the veggies too. There are Brussels and broccoli for those who’ll eat them. Then we have roasted carrots and parsnips, two types of potatoes, cauliflower cheese, and peas.


Somewhere on the plates you need to find room for those cute pigs-in-blankets, some stuffing, and the gravy. And then, on top of all that, I have to throw in some home made Yorkshire puddings! I can’t help myself. I love to feast at this time of year. We always order our hampers online too, so that gets cracked open for the wine as we sit down to our meal.

I love it when there is food out for nibbling all day at Christmas. The diets all go out the window for everyone who comes over! We have prawn rings and meat platters. There are cheese boards and fancy treats. Then there are all the traditional Christmas sweets like Yule Logs, Christmas Pudding and cake. We set our pud alight by heating up some brandy on the hob. Keep the kids clear, though!

It’s really easy to get carried away with the food at Christmas time. My hamper doesn’t last long with everyone over to enjoy the goodies inside. We all grab bits and pieces from it as we’re opening the presents. I love watching my family open their presents. Christmas for me is a happy and contented day with full tummies and excited kids.

There are still several weeks to go until the big day, though. That gives me plenty of time to get everything prepared. I’ve still got to figure out where all the guests will be staying this year! I usually start my gift shopping after Fireworks Night. But this year, I think I might just start a little earlier to avoid the crowds.

When it comes to shopping for the food for Christmas, I love browsing all the Christmas markets that pop up in the towns. They are a great place to find unusual foods and decorations. How do you do Christmas?

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Play at O’Bridge (Taunton) Brewers Fayre Review #PlayAtBrewersFayre


A few weeks ago i was invited to O’bridge Brewers Fayre Taunton for the grand opening of the ‘Play at Brewers Fayre‘ area. There was also a very special guest in attendance…. the one and only Dennis the Menace!!!


The play area was everything a child loves, it was light and airy, fabulous for running around and so bright and colourful, as if walking straight into a Beano comic!

There were lots of levels and slides all covered in squishy material, so very safe for the children and reassuring for us parents.


The boys (including husband) went straight in for a play whilst I had a relaxing coffee overlooking the play area and happily snapped some pics.


The biggest and littlest kid of the family going down the slide!

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The boys and i inside the play area, it was hard to keep them still for the photo, they just wanted to play, play, play!

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This was the fab carpet!


There was plenty for little people too, Fred spent most of his time driving away from Dennis the Menace (he wasn’t a fan!) in this car…


and also enjoyed the smaller settings in the toddler area.



I liked the ceiling canopies that disguised the rather effective air conditioning system, it was lovely and cool, ideal for hot kiddies running around.


Luckily for us Rowan is a fan of Dennis the Menace and enjoyed doing some colouring in with him in the activity area.

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I stayed close by just in case Dennis the Menace started to give Rowan mischievous ideas!

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After a lot of running around and playing, the boys had worked up a bit of an appetite, so we had some food. Rowan went for grilled chicken, chips and peas, Fred, cod bites, chips and peas.




Ollie went for fish, chips and peas.


And i went for a grilled chicken and bacon salad. The salad was filling and tasty, the grilled chicken was succulent and there was just the right amount of dressing for the size of the salad, very enjoyable.


For dessert, Ollie and I went for the Caramel Apple Betty, it was a nice size portion following the big main.


The boys went for ice cream with chocolate sauce, as you can see, Fred was straight in there… who needs spoons???


We had such a wonderful afternoon in the play area, it was great to go somewhere we could have a nice meal and feel relaxed as the kids were happy too. I even liked the fact the doors to the play area had a gap around them so little fingers couldn’t get trapped! We will no doubt be back here the next time we visit Taunton.

The play area is open Sunday to Thursday 9.30am – 8pm and Friday to Saturday 9.30am – 9pm and costs £3 per child for 90 minutes of play. They also can host parties at £8.99 a child.

To find a Brewers Fayre close to you, follow the link HERE.

Disclosure: We were invited to the VIP opening of the Play At Brewers Fayre in Taunton in return for an honest review.

Blog Camp River Cottage with Foodies 100


On Wednesday 23rd September, i was very lucky to attend Blog Camp at River Cottage HQ with Foodies100. Now i was a little bit out of my comfort zone as i am more of a parenting/lifestyle blogger nowadays (but i did use to blog about food many, many years ago – check it out here if you don’t mind terrible photos, i’ve come a long way since then hopefully!) but i needn’t have worried as all the bloggers were lovely and welcoming.

I am very fortunate as i only live a 20 minute drive from River Cottage. The day started with a very bumpy tractor ride down to the cottage, it was such fun!


On arrival at the cottage you could smell the lovely wood burners and were invited into the yurt, where we were given our itinerary for the day. We were split into 3 groups, i was in Green, so would be first having a tour of the river cottage garden, then onto a cookery class with Gill Mellor where we would be taught how to make butter and soda bread, then it was a 2 course lunch and my final session was food styling with Lucy from Capture by Lucy.

Before the sessions started we had a chance to have a coffee and a few nibbles, everything at the cottage is decorated so beautifully, it was a bloggers absolute delight to take photo after photo!


My first session was a garden tour by Jim Budden, Assistant Gardener, he grew up on an organic farm and boy did he know everything there was to know about gardening! I took a lot of photos! In fact i took so many beautiful photos of the river cottage garden tour that i just had to share them all with you! So i have put this little slide show together. Not bad photos considering i only had my trusted point and shoot, i am still saving for my dslr!!


The second session was all about making our own butter and soda bread, i was a little nervous as i was surrounded by a lot of food blog experts but fortunately Gill Mellor, Group Head Chef explained and demonstrated everything very clearly!


First we made butter – you basically whip cream until it separates into butter and butter milk… who knew it was that simple! We then went back out to the organic garden to pick herbs to flavour our butter, i went for wild garlic flower and French tarragon.


Next was the soda bread, the dry ingredients were already mixed together for us, we added apple, blackberries (that we had foraged ourselves in the garden), thyme, sage and cheddar. We added the buttermilk left over from making the butter and mixed altogether into a wet dough, this was placed on a greased baking tray with a little spelt flour and cheddar sprinkled on top. The bread was baked for 20 mins at 200c. The result, gorgeous, flavoursome soda bread (which my hubby couldn’t quite believe i had made when i took it home!)


All the smells of the kitchen were starting to make me feel rather hungry, which was good as we were all ready for lunch… and what a lunch it was! A 2 course meal of some of the most tastiest, beautiful food i have ever experienced. Main was a beef ravioli, with a tomato ragu on a bed of vegetables and leaves (so many flavours!!!) And sticky corn, oh and sour bread and butter to soak up all those wonderful juices.


Dessert was also stunning, meringue with fennel flower, coffee ice cream, damsons and a salted caramel crunch! *my mouth is watering remembering all this food!*


My last session was food styling with Lucy. I think everyone knows who Lucy is as she is such a talented photographer. Well what a vibrant, inspiring person she is. I just loved her passion and her way of explaining things, it made a amateur but keen photographer such as myself want to drop absolutely everything and take up photography full time! In that 1 hour session with Lucy, i learnt so much!


Then it was time to say our final goodbyes, i fortunately only had to travel up the road but some had a big journey ahead of them. I was exhausted as a lot was packed into our day. River Cottage absolutely captured my heart, not sure what it is about the place but you just feel like you want to live there and be part of the good life growing everything from scratch and living off the land. I’m so glad i entered the competition and would like to thank Sally and Lindy for an amazing experience.

Use the hashtag #blogcamprivercottage on social media to see others experiences of this great day :)

What You Need to Know About Creating a Kid Friendly Garden

If you have a family, making sure you have a child-friendly garden is essential. Whether they are your own kids or your nieces/nephews, you want to keep them safe and make sure they have a magical time when they play. This guide will help you to create a kid friendly garden:

Keep a Lot of Grass

Keep lots of grass on the garden so that the kids can make their own games. Kids love to make believe, so you don’t want to take up too much of the space and stop them from being able to have an amazing time!

Watch Out for Places of Wildlife

Your garden may attract wildlife due to various reasons, so watch out for the places they go. You shouldn’t get rid of them; simply alert the kids and make sure they know to be careful. They can learn a lot from watching wildlife, and it can make the garden a lot prettier!

Watch for Pets in the Garden

If you have pets that play in the garden, or your neighbours have roaming cats, make sure you keep an eye out for them. They may leave things in your garden that aren’t so nice, and this can be very dangerous for children. Make sure the garden is clean before the kids go out to play!


Pick Play Equipment Carefully

Make sure you pick your play equipment to suit your garden. A small trampoline is usually enough; many people get a large one and it goes unused. A climbing frame is a very good idea, but a swing might not be so good if you can’t secure it down properly.

Make it Bright

Having a bright garden will look magical to the children, not to mention it’ll be much prettier. Make sure you include lots of different colours in anyway you can. Make it a fun place for them to be. Just make sure that you can keep up with the maintenance required. You could even encourage the kids to help you!

Ensure Resilience

Make sure that the garden is resilient enough to bounce back from the kids. Are your plants strong enough to withstand play fights and games of football? I wouldn’t plant any prized, delicate flowers where they may get trampled or damaged.

Decorate With Accessories

Have a small area of the garden decorated to create a little fairy garden, or something that your kids will like. The Irish fairy door company can provide the perfect accessories to get the look you want. Kids will love this, and you might even be able to convince them that it’s real for a few years.

I hope this guide to creating a kid friendly garden has helped you to create something that sparks their imaginations and gives them lots of joy. You just can’t beat making kids happy, and creating something like this for them is a guaranteed way to do it! Let me know your thoughts in the comments section. See you soon!

Shea Moisture Superfruit Complex 10 in 1 Renewal System Review

I have mentioned numerous times on my blogs/vlogs that my hair took quite a beating after my 2 pregnancies, my hair went super fine after clumps fell out and what was left became brittle. The new hair that is finally growing back is quite fine and fluffy so having good hair days for me have been a thing of the past. In fact my hair drives me crazy! So when i was introduced to the Shea Moisture Range, i really hoped the product matched up to the hype.

Shea Moisture is the award winning natural range, originally to care for natural afro hair but whose intensely moisturising and anti aging products can work wonders for any woman who wants help with dull, lifeless, dry, over processed, ageing and brittle hair <– Think i fall into all of these categories so i was very keen to try the product out.

Shea Moisture has several products in the range including:

    • Superfruit Complex 10-in-1 Renewal Shampoo
    • Superfruit Complex 10-in-1 Renewal Conditioner
    • Superfruit Complex 10-in-1 Renewal Hair Serum
    • Superfruit Complex 10-in-1 Renewal Hair Masque
    • Coconut & Hibiscus Curl Enhancing Smoothie
    • Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow and Restore Shampoo*
    • Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow and Restore Leave in Conditioner*
    • Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow and Restore Edge Treatment*
    • Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow and Restore Treatment Masque*
    • Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow and Restore Hair Serum*
    • Jamaican Black Castor Oil Strengthen, Grow and Restore Styling Lotion*

(recommended for natural or relaxed afro hair only)


I was sent The Superfruit Complex 10-in-1 Renewal Shampoo and Conditioner to try on my terrible hair. Like skin, hair can turn dull with age (how depressing)? The collection was created to naturally restore vibrancy, hydration, texture and manageability. The products contain certified organic and natural ingredients and features 10 benifits, including:

  1. age defying
  2. anti stress
  3. colour protect
  4. hydrate
  5. nourish
  6. increase manageability
  7. revive body
  8. soften without build up
  9. sulphate free
  10. paraben free

Almost sounds too good to be true, so how did the product measure up? I started using the product 2 weeks ago as i like to give a product a chance to do it’s wonder thing before i write a review but i can honestly say after the first wash, my hair felt different, it had bounce that it hasn’t had for a long time and looked so clean and shiny. I have washed my hair every other day with this product as i suffer with greasy hair, but recently i have even managed to go 2 days before needing to wash my hair, which is quite unheard of for me.

The shampoo aids in protecting and renewing vibrancy to lacklustre hair, promotes a healthy scalp and provides gentle sulphate free cleansing. The product is a bit more watery than the shampoo i usually used but i could still get a great lather from the product. It has a very mild scent, almost soapy but a nice clean soap smell. The product rinses out easily but does leave my hair very tangled so i need to use with the conditioner with it.

The conditioner detangles, while providing colour protection, intense moisture and manageability. It comes in a handy pump action bottle so you get the right amount of product. The conditioner has a lovely scent which stays on the hair for a while. The conditioner again is thinner than my normal conditioner but it has the power to detangle my knotted post shampoo hair easilly.

My hair dries so straight after using these products but has volume and i find it so much easier to style and is definitely more manageable. It feels super soft and even has a nice swish when i move my head! After feeling so self conscious about my hair it was so nice to go out for a meal with my husband on his birthday and actually feel like my hair looked nice. Normally you can see right through my hair but as you can see in the below photo i took before we went out, it looks so much thicker.


The other big thumbs up is the lack of build up in my hair that i normally get from shampoo/conditioner which makes my hair heavy and greasy.

I am a complete convert to this product (and i have tried many since my hair went uber thin).

The shampoo retails at £10.00 and the conditoner £10.99 for a 384ml bottle.

Shea Moisture will be available from Boots stores nationwide from October and from

I was sent a bottle of shampoo and conditioner to review. This is my honest opinion of the product.


Love Your Mouth Campaign – Mouth Check Challenge

Ok, fellow tired Mother’s out there, be honest… who has gone to bed without brushing their teeth? *looks from side to side and puts hand up*. Yes i have to admit, i have on the odd occasion been too tired to spend just a couple of minutes brushing my teeth and have used that vital time to have 2 extra minutes of sleep.

It would seem that i am not the only one either, a survey on 10,000 UK adults commissioned by GSK, as part of it’s Love Your Mouth campaign, found that 45% of people questioned say they have gone to bed without brushing their teeth!! This would increase the chances of cavities, gum disease and even tooth loss.

So how do you know what product is best for you to ensure you are getting the best out of your 2 minutes cleaning in the morning and evening? You can take the Love Your Mouth Campaign Mouth Check Challenge. Simply answer a couple of questions and it’ll recommend the best product. I took the challenge and based on my consumption of wine fruit smoothies, it suggested that i tried Sensodyne Pronamel to protect the enamel on my teeth. Enamel can thin when exposed to acidic food and drink (and also with age) so i am going to use this product regularly to protect the enamel on my teeth.



Natty Burgess, a London Dental Practitioner has come up with these tips to help people ‘brush up’ on their oral health.

  1. Brush your teeth twice a day for at least 2 minutes each time.
  2. Use a suitable toothpaste.
  3. Use floss or other interdental cleaning aids.
  4. Use mouthwash, at least once a day at a different time from brushing, eg after a meal.
  5. Spit, don’t rinse. Leaving toothpaste in your mouth helps protect your teeth.
  6. Use disclosing tablets to see how well you are cleaning your teeth.
  7. Use a small headed toothbrush with soft, rounded bristles and a comfortable easy grip handle.
  8. Prevention is key – ask your dentist to teach you how to maintain a routine with correct oral hygiene.
  9. Making brushing part of your bedtime routine.
  10. Visit your dentist for regular professional cleaning and check ups.

Why not take the Mouth Check Challenge and see which products are best for you… and remember before you go to bed tonight BRUSH. YOUR. TEETH! :)

Parragon Book Buddies Review: A Collection of Nursery Rhymes

In the first few days of Rowan’s life, i soon realised that i knew very few nursery rhymes to sing to him (i may have even resorted to singing ‘Moves Like Jagger’ when i was really desperate!) So this beautiful Collection of Nursery Rhymes from Parragon Books would have been perfect to have to hand.


When i was sent a copy of the book to review, i wasn’t sure whether to read it or frame it as it really is a work of art! There are over one hundred nursery rhymes, each of which has a beautiful illustration. The illustrations look like they have been stitched in to the book, all are vibrant and cute… i guess this is why it is part of the ‘Cute as a button range‘.


Fred is now 20 months old and really enjoys hearing nursery rhymes, he loves doing the actions of Incy Wincy Spider and Twinkle Twinkle Little Star – he points at the pictures and claps. What i love especially about this book is all the new nursery rhymes we have discovered, each day we sing 5 different rhymes, some new some old, the variety is endless.


I keep the book in the boys bedroom on their dresser, we had a house viewing last week and the person being shown around commented more on the book than our house!


This book would be perfect as a gift to new parents to brighten up the nursery and so they can be prepared with a wealth of nursery rhymes to sing to their new bundle or as a Christening present as it would be such a gorgeous keep sake. This book really is something special, i will be keeping this book for my babies to read to their babies one day.


A Collection of Nursery Rhymes by Parragon Books is available at Tesco, TK Maxx and The Works.

Vax Dual Power Pro Carpet Cleaner (review)

We have had our house on the market for a little while now, and although there has been viewing after viewing (can you even begin to imagine what it’s like to keep a house spotless with 2 messy boys in it?!!) we still have had no luck with an offer. So we are going to step it up a gear, refresh the place with a lick of paint and a few interior decorative bits and thanks to Vax sending me a Dual Power Pro Carpet Cleaner (currently priced at £199.96) to try out, i can have cleaner, brighter carpets too (hopefully).


I like to think of my house as a clean (if not messy) place, however on closer inspection of my living room carpet, i could see traces of paint, spilt drinks, squashed in food and other stains that i could not even work out what it may be! We have brown mottled carpet in this room, we bought it as we were told it was great for hiding a multitude of sins if you had kids/pets etc… but i was interested to see just how many sins were on my carpet!


As soon as i got my carpet cleaner, i had it up and running in 5 minutes. It was super easy and the instructions couldn’t be clearer. I’ve never owned a carpet cleaner before so this was all new to me. The handle easily locked into place, all that is needed is to fill the water drum with water and the cleaning fluid in the smaller drum – everything is labelled clearly. It also included a bag of accessories, very handy so parts do not go amiss (Very easily done in my under stair cupboard i can tell you). The bag included 2 detergent bottles, hard floor tool, SpinScrub hand tool and an upholstery tool.


Now i was all set, it was time to clean! I had to simply turn the dial at the front to wash, press the trigger on the handle to release a perfect balance of detergent and water as i pushed the cleaner forward and release the trigger as i pulled it back. This then sucks up all the suds and stores it in the big drum at the bottom of the cleaner (which is quite brown and yucky Ew!)


I did half my living room first so i could compare the before and after and grossly, you can see just how grim my carpet had become! Left side, how my carpet was and right after it was cleaned – this is the area near my front door so was quite soiled.


Oh the shame! Look how grubby my carpet had become, thank goodness this cleaner did a good job!

Once the comparative photo was taken, i cleaned the rest of the room. Our living room is actually quite large but it took about 20 minutes to complete, this included going over the whole area after to rinse it (simply turn the dial on the front from wash to rinse and no detergent is released).

The carpet only felt a little damp after, i cleaned my carpet in the evening, by the morning, it was all dry and looking a lot brighter.

The cleaner is not heavy and runs really smoothly over the carpet. The brushes really clean deep into the carpet but this didn’t cause a drag as i was using it.

This is probably very sad to say, but there was something really satisfying about getting all that grubbiness out of my living room carpet, i was amazed at how quick and easy it was to refresh the room just by cleaning the carpets. My husband even got in on the act and cleaned all the stairs (we live in a 3 story house) with the SpinScrub tool and said how much he enjoyed doing it.

If you have any questions about the Vax Dual Power Pro Carpet Cleaner then please leave them in the comments below.

We just need some more viewings on our house now… but they’ll have to take their shoes off when they come in, they’re not walking on my clean carpets 😉 !!

I was sent the Vax Dual Power Pro Carpet Cleaner to review.

Here’s Where I Found Great Things To Do With The Kids Through Autumn

I love this time of year. You can just sense the leaves are about to turn golden. Then, when they’ve fallen to the ground, it’s time for the kids and I to jump about in the piles! I suspect this is the last of the good weather now. I think we are officially on the run up to Christmas. I’ve even spotted some festive mince pies in the supermarket! Of course, with the days getting shorter, it can be tougher to find things to do as a family together.

There are days when the park is so cold and wet; I have to say no to a run around. This isn’t what the kids want to hear, so I need to come up with plenty of great alternatives. There is only so much crafting they can take when what they want is to climb and slide and jump. I’ve been on the lookout for more options to keep them active and entertained.

The internet has been enormously helpful. Web sites like Joleany and local FaceBook pages are proving useful. You can always find upcoming local events and special activities this way. I’m not one for trawling through my local rag very often. As an alternative to the newspaper classifieds, these websites are great. I’ve found a few things to take the kids to over the next couple of weeks.

If you’re looking for some ideas to keep your family entertained during the run up to Christmas then look online. You may find there is far more going on in your local area than you thought. Of course, there are days when you might want a cosy afternoon at home. My kids just love getting messy, so I’ve got some play doh and paints on hand for artwork. They also love crafting.

The best thing about arts and crafts for kids is you can create themes to stimulate their imagination. With Halloween, Bonfire Night and Christmas all coming up, I’ve got lots of great ideas for them. We will be making some scary ghost pictures to hang up. White tissue is glued to a ghostly shape on some card. Then we can add some googly eyes for effect. If you hang the card up on a piece of elastic, you can make the ghost dance about, and the eyes will wobble!

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With half term coming next month, I’ve already spotted some craft activities being advertised online. They are for the whole family so they can make a great day out too, no matter what the weather. I’ve started to sign up to newsletter emails and notifications, so I don’t miss any last minute events that are posted online too. Just last week a concert was posted with cheap tickets. I’m glad I didn’t miss it!

Keeping the kids (and me) entertained isn’t quite so tough when you’ve got the resources to hand. Whether it’s something quiet and arty, or they need to run around noisily, you can usually find something going on nearby. Check out what’s going on in your local area this weekend.

The Importance Of Bedtime Routines For Your Children


I struggled to get my boys into a bedtime routine for while. I spoke to other parents on what worked for them and created a bedtime routine that now works really well for us. Hopefully, reading about my methods and techniques will help some of you to live a less stressful life. There is nothing worse than struggling to sleep because you know the kids are awake in the next room. So long as you follow my advice, that should never happen again.

Make sure they have a comfortable bed

A comfortable bed is essential if you want your children to drift off quickly. Most people don’t know how tempur and latex memory foam differ, and so it’s wise to do some research. You need to find the thickest and most supportive products available for the best results. With a bit of luck, you should notice a huge difference in a matter of days. Also, your choice of duvet material can improve the situation. Egyptian cotton is much softer than the alternatives. So, you need to make an investment.

Read them a bedtime story

The biggest improvement for my family came when I started to read the children a bedtime story. I didn’t see amazing results straight away, but over time things got a lot better. Just make sure they are safely tucked up in bed before you begin. They will probably ask for more stories during the first couple of weeks. However, they are certain to fall asleep before you finish reading after that. I rarely get past page one these days. That just shows you the importance of routines.

Give them a bath before bed

The task of helping your children to relax in bed should start at least an hour or two before they enter their rooms. Giving them a bath every night will help them to calm down and get ready for sleep. Bath time with kids doesn’t have to be a nightmare. There are lots of techniques you can use to ensure they feel excited about the experience. Indeed, I published an article on the subject a few days ago. Perhaps you should give it a quick read?

Play relaxing sounds in their bedroom

Believe it or not, children are more responsive to those calming sounds CDs than adults. So, playing dolphin noises into their rooms at night could help to produce the desired effect. You should purchase a small stereo that comes with mini speakers. Fitting them to the wall is not difficult; you just need to get the right brackets. Ideally, you should choose a sound system that comes with a remote control. That way, you can turn it off without tripping over things and waking everyone.

As you can see, bedtime routines for children are incredibly critical. Kids that don’t get enough sleep will become harder to handle. They will also underperform at school, and struggle in social situations. You need to give your kids the best possible start in life. Helping them to sleep properly at night is your first step. I’m confident you will now achieve your goal without too much hassle.