Kelloggs sent us a big pack of Rice Krispies, with a fab case of colouring pens, colour changers, glitter glues and more. The colouring pack alone has kept my kids entertained for a few days now, and they’ve rediscovered an enjoyment of colouring in again.
Middler has learning difficulties, but he likes to colour in. His older brother helped him to do the figures and they made a pretty tidy job of it as a team.
The next picture is my entry for the Britmums #ColourMeInRK competition, sponsored by Kelloggs. The prize is £500, or a year’s supply of Rice Krispies. When I mentioned a prize, the kids took colouring in very seriously indeed…..
There is also the opportunity for 10 entries to be put on a T-shirt for the child to wear.
Lots of bloggy fingers crossed.
The Scottish Mum Kids
If you want to enter, visit the Britmums Linky and link up a blog post entry of your own.
Brit Mums have had a facelift. Formerly known as British Mummy Bloggers, they have updated and extended the facilities they have on the get together site for those of us who live and breathe in the blogosphere.
I have set up a new group on Brit Mums for bloggers who have an interest in adoption, or would like to support those who are affected by the issues surrounding adoption.
There must be quite a few of us Adoptive mums (or dads) (or grown ups with their own children). Even those of you who have questions you always wanted to ask, or just if you want to give an adopter some support on the parenting front. Everyone is welcome.
I suppose with 3 children, I am in the almost veteran category of adoptive parents, and it can be hard to talk about our issues among non adoptive parents.
Perhaps there isn’t a need for a group for us, but if there is a mum / or dad / or child out there who wants to talk about adoption in any form, I will be around, and hopefully there will be others who feel confident enough to put their hand up and join us for the occasional chat when they need it (or even when they don’t).
Anything adoption and blogging related is welcome. At the moment, I am billy no mates in the new group, and I’d love a few of you to pop over and join me in saying hello, and perhaps opening up the area of parenthood that is often silent in the blogging world.
Join me by clicking on Brit Mums HERE.