Madagascar the Musical has arrived at the New Theatre on George Street and will be there until this Saturday – 4th May. We were delighted to be invited along to the opening night to review it for Mumbler, especially as my three year old son is a massive fan of the movie. It’s replaced Frozen…
Does Oxfordshire really need a new children’s group? Well, yes, I think so. But I would say that, wouldn’t I? Let me explain how Little Storybeans came into being.
With the Easter holidays just around the corner, trees in bloom and the promise of sunny spring days, it’s hard not to start planning some much needed fresh air to blow the cobwebs away and get some outdoorsy fun in with the family.
Sponsored guest blog by Prana Yoga – a yoga community in Oxford holding multiple classes each day in addition to workshops and special events. What are the benefits of pregnancy yoga?
Prana Yoga are hosting Flow & Glow – a fabulous mini day retreat with lots of yoga, a bit of glitter, and a few glasses of bubbly!
In the Willows is an explosive new British musical and it’s coming to the Oxford Playhouse this Easter holiday! The classic story The Wind in the Willows is brought leaping into the 21st century with ballads, beats and backflips in this fresh new musical for all the family.
Last week I went with my boys – ages 3 and 9 months – to Cotswold Farm Park in Cheltenham (just under an hour’s drive) together with my older son’s best friend and his mum. We had an absolute whale of a time!
Sponsored guest blog by Gemma Allen of Crafty Cooks – a cookery club for children as young as 2.5 years of age where they are given the chance to cook a little more than the standard cupcake!
Spring has sprung and baby lambs are on their way! Really enjoyed finding pictures for this blog and wondering if there is a cuter animal… maybe koalas…?
Sponsored guest blog by Kirstie Mahony of Storybeans Most people would agree that reading and telling stories to your children is important. These activities help children to grow in so many different ways, impacting upon language development, imagination, even fine motor skills as children work out how to use their little hands to turn pages.