After decluttering your home you are often left with many items that belong to your children that you don't know what to do with. The memories associated with them seem too precious to allow you to throw them away, yet you realise that you can't keep everything. Rachel Hutchinson from Patch has kindly agreed to write a guest blog about capturing primary school memories:
Every year I look forward to having an Easter Egg Hunt with my grandchildren. I write out little rhyming clues and place them around the garden where I leave them slightly poking out so they can just about see them. I like rhyming clues because they have to work out the answer, which really makes them think about where the next clue might be. They have great fun and I love listening to their squeals and watching their excitement as they find the next hidden clue and eggs.
Mothering Sunday is one of those days that can stir up many emotions; it can be a day of celebration or sometimes a day of sadness. For those of us who are fortunate enough to be able to celebrate with our mums it can be a difficult time trying to fit it in around seeing your own mum, and maybe your children, who also want to see their children and so on.
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