Dalby Forest is a great place to explore, ride bikes, and go on a Gruffalo hunt. Having a campsite just by the forest entrance is a great place to stay to let your exploration extend over a number of days. Camping with Kids – Pexton Moor Farm at Dalby ForestContinue reading “Camping with Kids – Pexton Moor Farm”
Camping with Kids – Belmont Camping
When you find a good campsite that you really can relax and unwind, you keep going back. We first camped at Belmont back in 2015, and have stayed a couple of times since. In July we stayed again and here is what we thought; Camping with Kids – Belmont Camping.Continue reading “Camping with Kids – Belmont Camping”
CarGo Seat Review
Planning a holiday this year and want a handy car seat that doubles as luggage? I have been sent a CarGo Seat to review to see what we thought of this car seat with a difference.Continue reading “CarGo Seat Review”
Dear Me – Letter To My 2009 Self
Stepping into the decade that we are just about to leave, I could never have imagined I would be where I am now. In 2009 I was in a very different place and somewhat a different person. Looking back and penning this letter to my 2009 self has made me realise, you really don’t know what the next day is going to bring, so don’t lose all hope.Continue reading “Dear Me – Letter To My 2009 Self”
Kids Creative Gift Ideas for Under £25
Add a little creative sparkle to the gifts under the tree this year. With gifts that will inspire their creativity and keep them entertained over the school holidays for under £25.00. So I have put together some of my favourite kids creative gift ideas for children aged 3 and over.Continue reading “Kids Creative Gift Ideas for Under £25”
The BIG Christmas Giveaway – Win One of 5 Hampers.
It’s Blog giveaway time! With the festive period around the corner what better way to get you in the spirit with a chance to win a fabulous hamper. I wanted to be able to give something back to you lovely people.Continue reading “The BIG Christmas Giveaway – Win One of 5 Hampers.”
SO Magic DIY Magic Terrarium Review
Disclaimer: We were sent this So Magic DIY Terrarium to review, but words and pictures are my own.
With a bit of sparkle, colour and the wonder of watching crystals form. The So Magic DIY Magic Terrarium brings both wonder and magic in a cute little terrarium. Just add water to create a colourful tree as tiny crystals form. We were sent the Cosmic set, there are other colour themes available.Continue reading “SO Magic DIY Magic Terrarium Review”
6 Halloween Activities for Half Term
October would have to be one of my favourite months. The days are shorter, there is a chill in the air and the colours outside are amazing. Then at the end of the month is Halloween, and I love Halloween! ( I even got married on the 31st). So here are some Halloween themed activity ideas for this half term.Continue reading “6 Halloween Activities for Half Term”
BlogOn – 5 Reasons Why it’s More Than A Blog Conference
Over the weekend I attended my 5th BlogOn Conference. This time being held at the Coppid Beech Hotel in Bracknell. The conference is really well run and has become well known for its fab sessions, great brand den and it’s epic goodybag. It is an event you can attend, learn new skills, be inspired and talk to other bloggers face to face.
Since the first time I attended back in 2017, I have looked forward to going to everyone since. Although this time it was 4 hours away, I wouldn’t have missed it, not only for the conference itself but BlogOn is more…Continue reading “BlogOn – 5 Reasons Why it’s More Than A Blog Conference”
Vaccinations – Are you really informed?
Today marks a huge leap forward for saving lives against malaria with the release of a vaccine. The Malaria vaccine isn’t something that is a gamechanger for us as our risks are low unless we go traveling. For parents in Africa, it will be a different story. We have established vaccination routines to protect from what once were very common and damaging diseases. The takeup of these vaccinations has fallen in recent years.
The diseases we routinely vaccinate against aren’t seen in the same serious light as generations before because the cases have reduced significantly. This along with the vast amount of information online around vaccinations, parents are choosing not to vaccinate.Continue reading “Vaccinations – Are you really informed?”