🌪🌪THE TRUTH BEHIND THE PICTURE:🌪🌪 Do you ever look at people’s pictures and automatically judge YOURSELF? 🤦🏼♀️Do you look at what others are doing and think it means you aren’t doing good enough? I know I do all the time. But there is so much going on behind the pictures. Today I feel unable to shake anxiety. I want Boo to just sit watching TV so I can plan what we will do for George on Christmas Day. That makes me feel awful as I should appreciate every moment with the child in front of me. To try and get out of my head we did some painting together. It helped a little, but truth be told, today is still very hard. Nevertheless, I want to try and focus on the positives so I’ve updated the blog with today’s printing with vegetables session. We are now snuggling on the sofa with babyccinos watching Arthur Christmas. Cuddles seem to be helping too #blogupdate 👆link in bio 👆 #craftykids#paintingwithkids#printingwithveggies#toddlercrafts#fingerpainting#toddlerfun#toddlermum#craft#rainydayactivity
Issue 6 of Magic Kingdom magazine about Spoiled Princess 👑 in kindle edition is FREE during two days (December , 10-11)!!! Both English snd Russian version! Download on Amazon and enjoy 😊 with your kids! Link also in bio!
What my house currently looks like.. all happened over the last hour. Eventually it will get clean again but currently I am relaxing on the couch keeping my sanity instead of going crazy about the messy house #rainydayactivity#momlife#sanityvscleanliness
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The sky was grey but still worth a visit to the gardens of #hornimanmuseum . The Walrus. The walrus has been on display at the Horniman Museum for more than a century. It most likely came from the Hudson Bay area of eastern Canada and was first seen in London in the ‘Canada’ section of the Colonial and Indian Exhibition in South Kensington in 1886. The walrus formed part of a display of animals mostly assembled by the Canadian hunter and explorer James Henry Hubbard whose exhibit was highly praised by Queen Victoria during a visit to the Exhibition. When the Exhibition closed, Frederick Horniman bought the Walrus and other Canadian animals to display in the Horniman Museum. #museumvisit#rainydayactivity#museumlondon#onthehill#walrus#museumday#afternoontreat#oneactivityperday