Little Melbourne Reviews
Everyday Mums, Dads, Kids and Families kid-test some of Melbourne's best, quirky, upbeat and favourite destinations with some product and book reviews thrown into the mix.
Bunnings - No need to explain why we all go there!
We have a soft spot for Bunnings! Which doesn't mean we constantly hangout at Bunnings either. Generally we're in need of something for the house (who isn't?) and it tends to be a Saturday morning after the market that we venture there.
If you're not there to pick up wood glue (like us!), plants for the balcony, courtyard or garden, attend an Adult D.I.Y workshop or grab a late breakie or sausage sizzle special on the way out, you'd be surprised to learn that Bunnings loves kids too.
If baking at home with your kids is long overdue, a Brasserie Bread Kids Baking Class may be just what you knead to get back on track.
Monday is swimming, Tuesday is soccer practise, Wednesday is ballet, Thursday is music, Friday is take-away and Saturday, well, Saturday is rest for you while the kids whip up all sorts of fancies in Baking Class.
Brasserie Bread offer a free baking class for children aged 5+ and it's just the sort of class that brings an incredible sense of achievement as well as answering those questions you may get at home 'where does bread come from'...'who makes the bread' etc. etc.
Hand delivered to us on Friday, Simply for flying is a must for mini globe trotters.
Simply For Flying is the creation of Australian mum of two Bronwyn who now resides in Germany.
Keep your co-pilot busy with a children's flight logbook - their own little keepsake for when they're airborne.