Ahoy, half term starts next week ( well, Friday for us) and of course with that means little ones who needing entertaining. I have come to realise that it doesn’t take a lot to entertain my girls. However, what I do know is staying in all day, everyday and doing nothing is a big NO. That is why I try t have thing planned out. So whether it’s popcorn and movies on the couch or a walk by the River Thames or even going to the library I know they will be pleased. Although, Amelia may not be bothered about what we do Cece on the hand is a different story. Here are some of the fun things to do this half term.
-The Theatre. I found out about this play at the Unicorn Theatre called How Nigeria Became. I really want to watch it because even though I am Nigerian, I don’t know much about the country’s history. It would be great to have CeCe tag along so she can get to learn more about her heritage.
-Boost at Tesco. I have a love hate relationship with Tesco at the moment. But I have racked up enough club card points to boost and enjoy a day out with my family. Not sure what we will be doing yet but with the option of eating out, going to the cinema or sight seeing, I am sure we will find something to do. Plus the hubby is off till Tuesday so maybe a day out of London will be good.
-Bake Something. I am sure I am not the only one who has been left with the desire to bake since The Great British Bake Off. Even CeCe now has a new hobby. I am sure if I pluck up enough courage we can try baking a thing or two.
-Spooky Scotch Cinema Event. On the 29th of October, kids wear brand Scotch Crunch will be screening two films in the Selfridges children’s wear area on the fourth floor. Scooby Doo: 12pm-2pm and then Casper: 2pm – 4pm Refreshments will be provided to all kiddies throughout the screenings and Circus London PR will be offering free styling consultations for Scotch Shrunk throughout these hours.
Your Story is Good. An interactive story time being help at Gerald Moore Gallery in Mottingham on Tuesday 28th! The fact that is suitable for all ages is Free means we will most likely do this. You can see we have lots of fun stuff planned. To kick off, tomorrow we are off to The Baby show!!
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