Help your children to learn about where they come from by creating a family tree. Not only is it an excellent opportunity for them to learn about the older generations of your family but, in discussing your ancestors, your children will inevitably become curious about what the world was like in the olden days.
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Your children aren't the only ones who will enjoy football, hide-and-seek, or creative activities. Joining in with their games will bring you all closer together... and it's enormous fun, too!
Read Join In Your Children'S Activities
Activity and exercise is vital for every family member, so get your children involved in dance, sports or other physical after-school activities. There's plenty to do indoors and out.
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Both mums and dads are entitled to statutory paid leave after the birth, but it's important to get the arrangements in place well before the baby arrives. During the last few months of your pregnancy, concentrate on spending quality one-to-one time with your toddler, who is soon to become a sibling.
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The day your children finally leave home may seem far away but indulge in a little wishful thinking. Start planning your dream holiday now and, in a decade or so, who knows where you might end up.
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It's definitely more challenging to get out and about now there's more than one child to think about but that's no reason to miss out on family fun. Forward planning can help things run more smoothly.
Read Out And About With Your New Family
Pack a bag with a collection of sense-stimulating playthings to take on car trips, visits to the doctor, restaurant outings - anytime your baby might appreciate some diversion. Toddlers like this too.
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Your children won't be small for long so make sure you capture this stage for posterity. Get the whole family involved in recording everyday activities in a scrapbook to treasure in years to come.
Read Making Memories To Last A Lifetime
It's time to paint your nails... and paint the town red. Plan a fun evening of proper grown-up activity, and remember how much fun it is to only be responsible for your own self, for one evening at least.
Read You'Re A Woman As Well As A Mum!
Rhymes can be comforting and also a chance for older children to practice their finger skills by acting out little scenes as you sing. Sing or chant anytime, anywhere.
Read Fun fingers & action rhythms