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Home - Tuesdayschild -Tuesdayschild – | For and About Arabia's Stylish Mum's and Mums to be Home - Tuesdayschild - Shopping & Style Feature mums Stuff Book Club Destinations Celebrate VLOG: Easter at The Boardwalk This year's half-term missing Easter Sunday itself was never going to stop me going chocolate, bunny, yellow, spring bonkers. James, Teddy and I hosted a little Easter Egg Hunt party on Tuesday at one of the nicest outdoor dining spots in town, The Boardwalk at Dubai Creek Golf and Yacht Club. The restaurant has an Easter lunch package that includes a petting zoo of bunnies, ducklings and chicks, egg decorating and hunting on the lawn and that's exactly what we enjoyed with our friends. Rather than the full Easter lunch and bubbly package, we had an afternoon tea with mocktails and fresh juices and bear-shaped pizzas for the kids. I must say, it was a gorgeous affair and very fortunately the first afternoon the sun had been out for a couple of weeks. The creek and skyline view is one of the best to be had and we enjoyed some shaded tables on the boat like decking as if we were all on a little vacation. Everyone went nuts over the rabbits and there were a few tears at not being able to take them home at the end of the day... and that was just the mums! Thanks to my friends at DW Studios again for the photos and family shoot gifts to our guests. And again to Party Camel for the party decorations. Click right through the photo gallery... More Easter inspiration here. Easter Party Hunting If you have your own Easter celebration to attend, or are thinking about throwing a little garden egg hunt yourself, there are some gorge bits to dress things up with or gift. Here's some of the best... Mer Mer Bunny Kit AED69 from Party Camel. Chloe girls silk crepe dress AED2,685 from Childrens Salon Rabbit Ballon kit AED69 from Party Camel. Single Origin Chocolate Quirky Bunny from Marks & Spencer AED45 Generation V at the Viceroy Yas A few weeks back we took the kids for a stay at the Yas Viceroy. To the honest, this was the last place I wouldve thought of taking the family. Being on Yas island, it's not really a city break and yet there's no beach resort. Also, my only experience of the hotel previous had been running around from party to party at the F1 the past few years - is that really bad to admit?! (You'd be right to judge me, for whatever you imagined I got up to, it was probably actually worse, so there). But, it's a really great overnight trip for families. In fact, with its Generation V package, the hotel is going all-out to attract us! Arriving was an adventure in itself and the boys couldn't get over the chromed up super racing cars lined along the entrance. At the family designated check-in desk, the kids had special steps, allowing them to see over the counter - and even get their own check in-key card and hotel treats vouchers (session in the play centre, milkshakes, cafe cakes, etc.), which they loved. The luxurious rooms are large and futuristic in design. I think they all boast track views, which we were all mad for and after dinner that night, we got to watch an organised Porsche race, which made the boys dizzy with excitement. I think there are always races of some sort and it really is thrilling, F1 style, viewing. Another big hit was the in-room "glamping" concept. Generation V provided a tent, mattress and duvet, complete with toys and a (safe) in-tent light fixture. A haven which, after a late night watching the racing, kept them asleep until after 8am, whilst mummy and daddy snoozed in the kingsize next to them... no toddler feet in the face in this double room. As you can imagine, with everything in Yas being A-Game, the Generation V kids club was possibly the best we've ever seen and the boys, most often unfazed by soft-play type set ups, begged to stay longer on the Friday and the Saturday morning before we left. It's huge (clean and perfect) and covers a library, music and science spaces, climbing wall, TV/games room, mini bathrooms, play house, plus the usual offering. It got the biggest thumbs up from my testers and although they are not the type to let us creep away for a couple of hours, my husband and I took it in turns to read a book on a beanbag whilst they buzzed off the place for hours. The Latitude family pool was all but empty and we had a great time playing there and watching the low flying Emirates planes above - not a back-handed compliment, it's exciting to see the flag-carrying Emirates A380s in action, so close and they're inaudible from inside. We ate pizza round the pool at lunch (standard!) and sat outside, by the track for Italian in the evening. The restaurants were all very child-friendly and the kids and I felt most welcome. I'd recommend it to young families for a night away when the weather is nice enough for a bit of pool time and there are cars racing. It was a different staycation, in a good way and we'd do it again. I'd also recommend it to those visiting the UAE on holiday, looking for a multi-stop experience, especially with the Waterworld and Ferrari complexes near by. Susanna F. 'Real Mums' come in all shapes and sizes, including the Scandi, svelte, racehorse, pilates types, like Susanna Foustok. 41-year old Susanna is about a good an advert for pilates as you could meet. So is her dedication to the discipline, after studying with a former colleague and student of Joseph Pilates himself, she has launched her own studio in Barsha, dedicated to 'changing one body at a time' as a 'keeper of the flame'. Finnish Susanna has lived in the Emirates for eleven years and was in Riyadh the previous seven (a good place to hone a healthy work out obsession one imagines). Her daughter Kasia (13) was in Saudi and her son Sammi (9) in Dubai. They live now between their villa in Arabian Ranches and homes in London, Spain and Finland; the latter a key influence in keeping the kids independent, practical and down-to-earth, Susanna says. When not pulsing The Hundred, mentoring one-to-one tuition, or running the kids to and from school, Susanna and her daughter are keen horse riders and dressage competitors. She follows a strict gluten and wheat-free, vegan diet, but if you follow her Instagram (@sussuf), you'll know she loves a night out with girlfriends when she can too. “I was studying International Politics in French and Spanish when I met my Saudi husband in London. When I moved to Riyadh it was hard to forge a career path in politics and I fell into teaching Pilates, which I’m so grateful for. “There is a deep satisfaction to be able to help people to feel better in their bodies and actually change their lives due to the improvements in their body and how they feel about themselves. Joseph Pilates said: "Physical fitness is the first prerequisite of happiness" and I truly believe that.” - Susanna “I have been riding since I was six and competing in dressage since ten years old. In dressage you are looking to control each and ...

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