Author: Little Happy People

Eco-friendly New Years Resolutions!

If you’ve been too busy to think about New Years Resolutions or just want a few easy ones that can help you become more eco-friendly, then look no further! Here’s a few eco-friendly resolution ideas to help you become more sustainable and help save the planet. They can help you save money too! ♥ Don’t… continue reading

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How to answer those awkward Santa questions…

It’s that time of year again where kids, especially as they get older (and smarter) will start asking questions about Santa that may be difficult to answer… The biggest thing to remember is: Santa is magic! This simple fact can always be used to dodge the actual truth and help keep Santa believable. Here’s some… continue reading

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The best ways to kick off your child’s day

Start as you mean to go on – how you start your day can define how your whole day goes. The same goes for your children. Helping them to begin their day in a great way can ensure that the rest of their day is just as great. And getting them in the habit of good… continue reading

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How wooden toys are better and safer for your little ones

“Wood does not wound or break down; it does not shatter, it wears out, it can last a long time.” – Roland Barthes  Classic wooden toys include puzzles and building blocks that children can stack and balance, and can help children with development. But why are wooden toys so much better?  Safer: wooden toys include… continue reading

Tips for working from home sustainably

Here in Wales, we’ve recently entered another lockdown. The “circuit-breaker” lockdown lasts just over 2 weeks and is supposed to help slow the spread of COVID-19 and ease pressure on our NHS. In Wales, and around the rest of the UK, lots of people are still working from home. Working from home comes with many… continue reading

How to celebrate Halloween this year

Halloween is celebrated around the world on October 31st every year. It’s a chance for families to get create, dress up and decorate, and eat lots of sweet treats! Although a few things may need to be different due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year shouldn’t be much different – here’s a few ways you… continue reading

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Why organic cotton is the perfect material for your children’s clothes

We all know about organic food – food that’s produced without the use of pesticides or chemicals. Even if we don’t know the definition, whenever the word “organic” is used, we tend to think “better” or “healthier”. Cotton versus organic cotton should be no different. Here’s a few of the reasons why organic cotton is… continue reading

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Christmas Shopping Tips

It’s 74 sleeps until Christmas and here’s some things to keep in mind while doing your Christmas shopping this year… Check your orders as soon as possible! Make sure everything you’ve ordered has arrived and that there’s nothing wrong with anything you’ve ordered. Remember that you might only have a certain amount of time to… continue reading

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World Food Day 2020

October 16th is World Food Day 2020, and it honors of the founding date of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations in 1945. Today, it is used to promote healthier food choices with the aim of more sustainable food systems. “Collective action across 150 countries is what makes World Food Day… continue reading

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Improve your kids’ development with this play dough recipe!

While it’s fun for everyone, play dough is an amazing sensory toy for younger children and toddlers. It’s great for exercising those tiny hands and fingers, promoting fine motor skills and helping to give them a head start when learning to write and draw. Follow the recipe can also be made into a fun kitchen… continue reading