Is it teething time for your little one?


Family time is so important, but we all know that activities can be pretty pricey, especially if there are a few of you. 


We came up with some really super ideas for "we time" that wont cost an arm and a leg.


Weekend - sorted. 


Baby Wearing Pink Crew Neck Cap Sleeve Shirt Between 2 Person Standing during Daytime


1. Picnic day

What a great little activity for the whole family. Pack a basket with all your favourite goodies and head off to the local park (or your garden) for an afternoon of fun and food. 


Free stock photo of food, vegetables, picnic, summer


2. Movie night

Cosy up on the couch with your little ones for a screening of a family favourite movie. Perfection. 



3. Cooking classes

Instead of making the dinner alone, enlist the help of the kiddies. Your little helpers will get a great kick out of helping make food, and cute aprons are an absolute MUST. 


Free stock photo of food, drink, kitchen, cutting board


4. Treasure hunt

This activity can be done inside or outside (depending on the weather). Hide fun trinkets and sweets throughout the house and draw out a map of clues for the kids. HOURS of entertainment achieved.


Girl in Green Hoodie Holding Bubbles during Daytime


5. Show time

Get your kids to plan a movie, write scripts, choose costumes, and perform it for the camera. They’ll have a brilliant time, and you'll have a priceless memory that will last forever. 


Free stock photo of person, books, cute, school



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