I’m a mother, nutritional therapist and author who has been sharing recipes to help you get the glow back for the last 8 years...
Laura had always held being creative as one of the most important parts of her life but in her 20s lost touch with this part of herself, having children reignited this love as she thought of ways to play with them that both adults and kids could enjoy.
Covering the kitchen table in brown paper and leaving paints, crayons and other materials to do free flowing table art.
Play dough is also a really great thing to make and use as a fun family activity
Shadow Puppets upcycled from cereal boxes
Trust that the children will do something remarkable without your input and allow them to flow without worrying about drawing in between the lines
Use encouragement all the way to embrace the process rather than just the end result
Prepare for mess by laying down appropriate materials and protecting your space
If cooking with a child pre measure the ingredients to make it easier