I was looking for a new board game to buy this Christmas but couldn’t seem to get away from games that revolve around money, fame or world domination.  Then it occured to me that we don’t need a game at all – we can create the best game from our own reality and imagination simply by sharing memories and dreams with each other.  Reflecting with your children on the past year is great fun and offers valuable insights into the things that really made their mark.  Often it is the seemingly small and insignificant things that become the cherished moments of time gone by and there in lies a valuable lesson.

I have a brand new empty book at the ready and a list of questions that I am going to ask everyone who comes to stay with us over Christmas and New Year. At the end of the festive season I am going to pack it away with our decorations until we write in it again next year. I know that this book is going to become a family favourite that will make interesting reading for years to come.

Why don’t you join in and ask your family the same questions and then send them in to us

Our favourite Q&A received before 7th January will receive a £100 gift voucher to spend in our January sale.



Happiest moment…..
Saddest moment…..
Wildest moment……
Magical moment…….
Scariest moment……
Funniest moment……
Proudest moment……



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