If you haven’t tried kaiten sushi (conveyor belt sushi), you really should. My kids absolutely love it. Watching the colorful plates weave through the restaurant is just as fun as watching the ballet of sushi-making. Quick, delicious, fun and healthy. And it’s cheap too! You can’t go wrong 👍😋.
We are loving our Superman Adventure ☆
Working on that grip reflex, core stability, colour recognition and imagination!
This is a firm favourite in all our classes and definitely makes us all smile!
If you would like to come down and try the Gym then why not come on Monday 23rd July from 12:45-1:45pm for our Schools Out - Bring a Friend Party! It's open to all ages and we are going to be offering some exclusive deals for you to take away!
We’re delighted to have teamed up with @fortyclothing to create a bespoke piping bag design that highlights mental health awareness ahead of our Big Band Parade in aid of @samhscotland. Find out more on our website #MomentsThatMatter
Found this picture from the spring - full force in school and sports. This is why “WE GET IT.” The back of our Togather™️ game says, “Why is Togather™️ different...? Because we get it. The distractions you face are the same ones we face.”•
6 empty sports water bottles no one wants to clean, a vacuum on the counter (small one, but still a vacuum 🤔), a random plant misplaced that is lucky to get 💦, a hairdryer because if I’m having a day where I feel I’m neglecting my children, blow drying my hair near them makes up for it 🤷🏽♀️, and SO many other things from daily life including counters we were supposed to replace six years ago. •
The funny thing is, the signs hanging on the wall are because our children surprised us and had “Parents’ Day” where they made us breakfast and signs and gave us about $7.63 to go to dinner (we gave the 💰 back). •
Point is, we truly do get the crazy days you’re living because we live the same way. I guess the signs on the wall are a good reminder that maybe no one actually cares about the chaos. Our kids are happy and we’re all making memories and that’s what matters.