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Thread: Half term and running out of ideas already!!

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    Right so now I'm terrified of becoming a mum! It's half term and I've only been looking after my sisters kids for 2 days and they're already running out of things to do and looking at me like they're bored bored bored!
    HELP!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Has anyone got any great ideas or done any amazing things which will make me look like the best auntie in the world?
    God I wish Disney was on my doorstep!

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    My son is at a friends.

    But I'm guessing that you don't have their toys at your house or anything?

    You don't happen to have a huge box do you? Kids play for hours in those. Or how about some baking?

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    Thinking along the same lines as dawn - bake a cake, or even simple chocolate rice crispie cakes.

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    How old are the children?





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    Quote Originally Posted by MumToBe88, post: 245600
    Right so now I'm terrified of becoming a mum!
    Aww... don't be.

    Depending on age:-

    A Lego challenge.
    Making a scrapbook.
    Give them each a disposable camera and a subject for them to photograph.
    Zoo / aquarium.
    Museum.
    Swimming.
    Park/playground.
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    Softplay. Always a good one - and a softplay with a coffee shop is even better!



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    Have you a messy play centre they are normally run by the likes of startrite and are free. Or how about a nature trail
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