So I have created a challenge for us to join in with, to help raise money and awareness for Positive About Down Syndrome UK. World Down Syndrome Day is on 21st March. * Sunflower growing! Come in to The Huddle and plant a sunflower. Lets see how much they grow between planting and the 21stContinue reading “The Huddle Does PADS21Challenge”
We are back! It has been over 2 years since our last New & Expectant parent event. I love doing these events – it is where The Huddle grew from. A few hours where you can come along and meet local businesses, ask questions, access information and take advantage of exclusive offers! Now we haveContinue reading “Autumn New & Expectant Parent Event”
HAM HILL Country park Rangers Sessions for those with little ones from Walking to 4years. Enjoy a short walk followed by nature and craft based activities lead by Ham Hill Rangers. Free! Tuesday 14th Sept 10am Tuesday 28th Sept 10am Monday 4th Oct 10am Can’t get to Ham Hill? Transport can be arranged but limitedContinue reading “Partnership with Friends of Ham Hill”
At the end of lockdown.3 I attended a social enterprise network event online. I met Ann, from Same Difference Dance. She shared the work she does in care homes, bringing joy through music! And my brain went into overdrive with ideas we could do to collaborate. In July we delivered a pilot project of Tots,Continue reading “Thank you Magic Little Grant!!”
The Covid19 pandemic has kept our little ones and older generations apart for over a year! Missing out on much needed love, connection and shared experiences that all generations benefit from when together. South West Bumps & Beyond C.I.C have joined up with Same Difference Dance to offer a one off Intergeneration Music session. BringingContinue reading “Tots, Tunes and Traditions”
We did it! Sarah and Kizzy have created a community interest company “South West Bumps & Beyond C.I.C”. This means we are now a registered not for profit company and will enable us to access funding so that we can continue to support families across the South West. How did we get here? and why?Continue reading “Introducing our official Community Interest Company!”
results of a sleep survey on children’s sleep affected by lockdown. 70% of children have had their sleep effected by lockdown.
During these Covid times we are all missing being able to see others, popping along to groups and going to the library. Throughout this winter lockdown I am sharing, with permission, some wonderful stories online live on Facebook and Instagram.
12 toddler rules of christmas:
If you have taken things a little too far – activate toddler cuteness with a smile and a slight head tilt.