Schools out, Santa’s sleigh bells are ringing and 2016 is knocking at our door. There’s about 5 weeks where we need to keep the kids entertained before schools open in the new year and if you are lucky enough to be able to get out of town for a vacation, that’s half your problem solved.
However for those of us who are having a stay-cation we will need to get creative to keep the kids entertained and free from cabin fever. Day trips will be the answer to this and we are so blessed to be living in Cape Town as there is just so much beauty and adventures awaiting! You don’t have to be a hundred miles away to have fun 🙂
Here are a few ideas on my list to keep Alyssa and Aidan entertained this holidays
I’m so happy to feature another little girl in this series!
Little Lindi is so precious … she together with her mom San-Mari has been through so much this past year – they really had lots to celebrate on Lindi’s First Birthday last month. San-Mari was kind enough to share her story with us and this is what she had to say:
Remember my review about the O-V Optics Shades earlier this year? These shades offer the best protection ever and it’s so stylish! O-V Optics (Pty) Ltd is the Company bringing you Real Kids Shades and implementing the Sunglasses at school initiative in schools across the country.
Real Kids shades now offer a Retail Range of premium children’s sunglasses. 6 styles, 4 sizes, a wide variety of colours suited for kiddos from as young as 18 months – which comes with a removable strap.
The same flexibility, durability and quality as The Sunglasses at School Program are now available at Kids Emporium Stores nationwide in colours such as Cherry Pink & Lime, Graphite & Orange, Navy & Red (is your little one channeling Spiderman and Superman..?) Check it out at realkidshades.co.za.
Exclusively designed and proudly locally made, Sebastian Baby Wear has officially launched their first location store, supplying consumers with an exclusive range of baby wear and accessories. I attended the launch together with some familiar faces and it was a really awesome celebration.
Owner Tessa Lakhani welcomed us and gave us some insight into where it all started. “What started as a hobby in 2014, has blossomed into a fully operation business, forcing us to open our first showroom, which will hopefully snowball into a national roll out, bring SBW boys and girls wear to the entire country.”