Anna Whitehouse, parenting blogger and mother of two, shares her favourite quirky, fun and crafty present ideas
As told to Kala Paul-Worika
Still life photographer: Victoria Ling; Prop stylist: Vicky Lees
Christmas Day for us is usually either spent at home, my parents’ place, or with my husband’s parents. We like to get the tree up on 1 December and we always let the kids decorate, with varying degrees of success. Last year, one side of the tree was dripping with glittery baubles while the other looked strangely bare. But so what? Christmas is all about the kids.
No one knows what Christmas this year will be like, but if we’ve learned one thing in 2020, it’s to suspend expectations. Adapting the things we’d planned will ensure we have a happy and uplifting end to the year. Part of the fun will be making it all work.
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