Christmas is nearly here, but there’s no need to get your tinsel in a tangle. We’ve put together these tried and tested tips to help your Christmas run as smoothly as possible:
Clever cardboard boxes
Keep your house clear of Christmas chaos by using a large cardboard box wrapped in festive paper to chuck in all of your used wrapping paper and cardboard. Not only does it make your house look less like a of a wrapping paper explosion, it’s also easy to recycle afterwards.
Identify your veg
Give Christmas vegetables festive names to encourage your toddler to tuck into her Christmas dinner. Broccoli can become mini Christmas trees, carrots can be known as snow mans’ noses and transform your Brussels sprouts into mini green bogies!
Avoid a Christmas morning meltdown by wrapping your toddler’s presents in a different coloured wrapping paper to all the rest. He’ll instantly be able to identify what Santa has brought!
Find out everything you need to know to make Christmas in our ultimate A-Z of Christmas know-how in this month’s edition of Mother&Baby magazine - download your issue now!