• Let’s get organised with Organised by Charlotte

    September 16, 2020Advice, How to, Lifestyle

    With all of the excitement of the new school year, September is a good time to really get organised. No matter how old we get, we can never quite shake that ‘1st day of school’ feeling, and we are certainly never too old to stop learning. Professional organiser and interior stylist Charlotte Sitton (@organisedbycharlotte) is here to share her expert tips for a tidier home (no matter how many toys they leave around the house!) 

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  • Printable activity: Can you solve the maze?

    August 13, 2020Things To Do

    As the summer holidays continue, are you running out of ways to keep your little one busy? If you need a quiet moment to yourself, try a classic maze activity to keep your kids busy for a bit. Take your little ones’ imaginations on a trip as they help Dolly and Teddy find their way to their destinations.

    All you need is a printer, a pen and a hard surface for your little one to lean …

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  • Update: My 1st Years is making small changes to protect your little ones’ futures

    July 2, 2020Behind The Scenes, Gifts

    Here at My 1st Years we are passionate about caring for your kids and making the most of their 1st years and beyond. We want the best future possible for your little ones and we are committed to doing what we can to ensure this. We can no longer ignore the environmental dangers facing our planet and the actions that contribute daily to this ongoing crisis. 

    We want to help our customers to make eco-conscious decisions …

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  • Stay at Home with this Printable Bingo Sheet

    July 2, 2020How to, Lifestyle, Real life, Things To Do

    Welcome to week 1000 of lockdown, let’s liven it up with a game of Bingo. This week, we’ve designed this special sheet to make staying at home a little more fun. Whether you’re stuck for inspiration of what to do or looking for a moment’s peace for that first sip of coffee, play lockdown bingo to make this week more manageable.

    Download your Bingo Sheet hereDownload

    Keep reading to find out what we’ve included in our ‘Stay …

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  • NEW Resources to keep families busy during Lockdown

    June 23, 2020Advice, Information, Lifestyle, Parenting, Real life, Things To Do

    With some schools and nurseries reopening, there is less pressure on parents to entertain and educate the kids. This means there’s more time for fun as a family and more opportunities to make more amazing memories as we continue to spend more time together under lockdown. With a long summer ahead of us without the distractions of a holiday or trip abroad, we’ve put together our favourite resources to help you make the …

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  • Father’s Day Gift Guide 2020

    June 15, 2020Celebrate with us, Celebrations, Gift Guides, Gift Inspiration, Gifts, Uncategorised

    Yes, Father’s Day 2020 falls in the middle of lockdown, but this celebration certainly isn’t cancelled. Dad deserves a quaran-treat more than ever this year, but what could he want? Whether you’re all together at home, enjoying a BBQ in the garden or going on a socially distanced walk, a gift given with love can go a long way to demonstrating your affection, especially when they can’t physically feel it.

    For their 1st Father’s Day

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  • ANTI-RACISM RESOURCES FOR KIDS

    June 10, 2020Advice, Information, Parenting, Real life

    In order for us to build a strong anti-racist world, the change has to start at home. From a very early age, babies begin to learn from their surroundings and to mimic the behaviours of those around them. They are like little sponges, absorbing everything they see and hear as their personalities and world views begin to form.

    Below we have put together some great examples of books, media and further resources to help you …

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  • ANTI-RACISM RESOURCES FOR PARENTS & CAREGIVERS

    June 9, 2020Advice, Information, Parenting, Real life

    Following recent events in the USA and protests across the globe, it is more essential than ever for parents to proactively raise their children to be anti-racist. 

    When parents avoid discussing issues around race and discrimination, children learn that such topics are taboo. As they grow up, these children will be hesitant to ask questions and will miss out on opportunities to discuss and correct any stereotypes or biases that develop. Watch this video to understand …

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