My brother arrives for Easter next Sunday with his family and being a lover of fine dining I am compelled to seek out a venue that will keep our kids of varying ages happy and entertained as well as a serving a brunch of the high standards he is used to. Here are my top picks - the final choice will be down to him. 1. Nikki Beach Nikki Beach is something of an institution as an international playground for the young and beautiful and on Koh Samui, for an eclectic group of loc
I was on a yin yoga teacher training recently at The Yogarden, when I spotted some bamboo straws for sale! I bought some for my family and for Villa Red Samui, the villa we rent out. This set me thinking about how the island has progressed recently in terms of initiatives that support the environment. On a small island, such as Koh Samui, every little initiative really does have an impact and by supporting the growing number of initiatives here, we have the opportunity to
This is what our families tell us. 1. The parents like you as much as the kids do.
2. You show up on time, go the extra mile and are flexible with hours.
3. You are able to communicate with the family about the children -- both the good and bad!
4. If you're unsure about something, you ask.
5. You contribute to a positive family environment. #advice #nanny #parenting
Here’s 5 reasons why you should consider Family Games Night too: #1 Family games night brings everyone together With busy lifestyles, it’s more important than ever to create time to spend as a family. It’s not always easy in a culture where everyone is running from one activity to another. Family games night is a great way to purposefully set aside family time – and fun family time at that! #2) Family games night gets everyone off their screen. There’s nothing wrong with a
Our advice as parents when planning a family trip is to plan something for everyone. "Too often, trips revolve around just the kids," says Shelly Rivoli, author of "Travels with Baby." "Maybe you spend your week at an amusement park or Disney World, only to come home needing a vacation from the vacation." Rivoli suggests figuring out what each family member wants to get out of the vacation, and then carving out time for different activities: "Maybe dad wants to play golf or m