Our visit to The Lanterns at Chester Zoo

This year, I feel like I've skipped a couple of months somehow. November came around far too quickly and suddenly we're into December and up until now I haven't felt at all ready for the Christmas period. So, in order to try and get into the festive spirit I started looking into activities we would … Continue reading Our visit to The Lanterns at Chester Zoo

Birth Story 3: The Return of the Rush

Eli arrived at 8.29am on Sunday 21st Oct, weighing a healthy 8lb. As promised here's my third birth story... The Start I was rudely, but not at all surprisingly woken up at 4am Sunday morning by pained cries from James, who was either clearly being mauled by a tiger or possessed by a demon. I … Continue reading Birth Story 3: The Return of the Rush

The Hullabaloo by Taffy Thomas: A Review

This week I was sent a free children's book to download, no this wasn't a perk of blogging...I actually came across a sponsored post on Facebook asking if I'd like a free copy. I messaged back and the book appeared in my inbox. You're probably thinking where's the catch? Well, there isn't one. Taffy Thomas … Continue reading The Hullabaloo by Taffy Thomas: A Review

Little Acorns…Helping My Boys To Grow 🌱 A Review.

We have been attending Little Acorns Children's Gardening Club for just over 18 months now. It's become quite a big part of our weekly routine. And, as again a few of you have shown an interest, I thought I'd write up a review of our experience. The sessions are booked in advance but with no … Continue reading Little Acorns…Helping My Boys To Grow 🌱 A Review.

Dinovember: A RAWWRRsome Idea!!

This is something I came across last year, I can't really remember how. But chances are I probably Googled or searched Pinterest for 'dinosaur play ideas' because believe it or not, my life REALLY is that exciting!! Little did I know, I'd stumbled across an imagination invasion that was started by husband & wife team … Continue reading Dinovember: A RAWWRRsome Idea!!

By order of the Picky Fussing Eaters

So, at age 3 Stanley adopted a Brummy accent, started wearing a flat cap and refused to eat anything new, or in fact anything that he had liked the day before. If we didn't comply with his unreasonable requests then we were 'taught a lesson' with screaming, tantrums, hunger strikes and our premises even got … Continue reading By order of the Picky Fussing Eaters