can be very stressful, making sure you get everything ready alongside all the
other commitments, this month seems to be a burst of activity, with Christmas
shows, fundraisers, work meals and grotto visits. Then squeezing in time for present buying and then ALL that
Room to Grow sent me a Christmas Survival Kit to make my life easier, it
included lots of helpful items and even some spare marbles in case I lost my
own in the panic of the festivities. It
was very much appreciated because you can quickly lose the plot this month,
even the act of remembering to move the damn elf from room to room can bring me
out in a cold sweat.
A photo posted by Karen (@missingsleep) on Nov 29, 2016 at 2:40am PST
The box of treats was beautifully presented with ribbons
and a candy cane, it made me feel better prepared for everything!
I can put on the Christmas tracks whilst I
wrap (using the spare sticky tape they sent, seriously where do all the rolls
go!) and get organised in no time. The
boys will enjoy watching the Elf film and it might make one morning more
leisurely so we can have a snuggle and not be so frantic, I can even sip my mulled
fruit tea to soothe my frazzled nerves.
boys liked writing out letters to Santa, although I held my breath in case they
changed want they had asked for… always a danger this close to Christmas! I am sure other parents will relate with
How to win a Christmas Survival Kit
to the good news you have a chance of winning
your own Christmas Survival Kit, head over to the Room to Grow blog for
more details. It’s very simple to do,
make sure you are following Room
to Grow on Instagram and then share a Christmassy
picture through Instagram with the hashtag #RTGXMAS.
I have started it off with one of my own from our recent
visit to Lapland
UK, so please do add yours as Room to Grow (and
myself!) can’t wait to see everyone’s entries.
A photo posted by Karen (@missingsleep) on Nov 29, 2016 at 9:37am PST