Children are not supposed to spend the whole day at school, or they should at least start a little later in the morning. In the case of my grades 3 and 8, both start at 7:30 in the morning, but they have to be at school by 7:15 for the flag ceremony, that makes us leave the house at 6:30 to get there on time. Plus my nephew who has the same schedule as my grade 8. The three of them wake up at 5:00 am to have their breakfast and prep for school, otherwise, we would have to rush and struggle with time management daily.
Working from home can be as hard as working in the office. Although you are in control of your working environment, I still think that a daily timeline should be managed wisely and followed, especially if you are a mom. Here’s how my day goes…
After a long time, I bought stuff for myself. Of course, they have to be on SALE! Hahaha! I won’t say much but please watch the video “Shopping Haul” that my girls did.
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Having children is a blessing, but they take up so much space in storage and mess inside the house that it should be the priority of any parent to make a secure outside space for them. Parents and children can have some fantastic bonding time in the garden: from planting flower bulbs to painting murals on the fencing.
You want to be able to enjoy your garden and make it as safe as possible. It’s far easier to relax outside if you have accounted for potential hazards and when you plan your garden, you should keep your little ones in mind always. Making your garden child-friendly doesn’t have to be hard, and with the creative ideas below, your garden can be the safe haven you’ve always dreamed of for the whole family.