What did put aside this week so you could play with your kids?

How important is it to you that your kids remember the fun things they did with you?

Much MoM Love,


  • My parents didn’t play with us. We were well cared for, but there were no parent child games together

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  • That’s what I tell my friends! Stop stressing, I say, that you can’t afford to buy the latest gadget. When they’re 20, they won’t remember not getting it, but they will remember the fun times you silent together

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  • this is the most beautiful statement or quote that i have heard all day

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  • Great advise fpr playing with the kids

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  • I love hanging out with my kids.

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  • Totally agree with this philosophy! Hence our limited finances and very messy house!!

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  • Yes my girls love it when we go outside and play all day then watch movies :)

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  • I think all mums need this written out and hung on the wall, our kids just need us

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  • We’ll said, they grow up and are gone way to quick, make the most of their childhood, they are gone in the blink of an eye

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  • That is so true. but some people can’t help it. if my house is not clean i can’t think of playing. That’s why i try to wake up half hour before kids and clean my house. an when they wake up we have lots of cuddles in bed, breakfast and morning play :) what a great start of the day.

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  • Well said Nikki! Live the moment and make joyful memories for yourself too! A lovely reminder of what is important : )

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  • It’s so true, that kids remember the fun things. I have clear and very fond memories of helping my mother to cook, and we had so much fun while we did it. And I’ve always loved cooking, perhaps because Mum shared her love of it with me from a very young age. As a child, I also remember her letting me iron handkerchiefs and tea-towels, because I wanted to “help” Mummy. Funny thing is that, while I shared cooking and ironing with Mum, I still love to cook, but as an adult, I absolutely loathe ironing.

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  • I agree, playing with the kids is priority number one!

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  • Havemade a play date with my kids

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  • Thanks for reminding….its a truth mums usually forget……a big thanks..

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