Pigs & Parlour Games for Modern Families

This week for yarn along with Ginny from small things I introduce”Parlour Games for Modern Families.” This book was written by Myfanwy Jones and Spiri Tsintziras. Written locally, it is a must have for school holidays or a games evening. If you are looking for a fun way to entertain children that doesn’t involve a screen, this is the book!amigurumi pig with Myf Jones book Parlour Games for modern families.My own story about sheep and aussie animals would not be complete without a wee pig or two (or three or four). Β This is Miss Petty Pig who proudly displays two of her litter, Fiddly and Wriggles. See you on the 15th June to share a story right here and around the blogosphere.

Author: gentlestitches

the future is in our hands.

14 thoughts on “Pigs & Parlour Games for Modern Families”

  1. This is great to promote other activities beyond a ‘screen’ for kids, and even adults! Love your creativity, and the adorable outcomes from it! πŸ™‚

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  2. I agree with you and thankfully the kids in my life love playing games and reading. We live in a neighborhood where the kids have all grown up together and I think having other kids to play with helps. Also parents that start the habit of reading early, ❀

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  3. What adorable piggies you’ve made – and that book sounds like a WONDERFUL one – anything that doesn’t involve a “screen” is good – returning to the days of reading for kids’ entertainment would be just grand!

    Hugs, Pam (and Sam)

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  4. That book looks awesome! Definitely something I am going to look for, my kids love games. And that little pig – seriously cute!

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