Siblings 2018 – November

Anybody else feeling a little uneasy that it’s Christmas next month. The end of another year. Obviously Christmas time is really magical but I just feel like this year has gone so much faster than any other year. This past month has zoomed by incredibly fast and I’ve actually not taken many, if any, photos during November of my girls …

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Great Days Out In Hertfordshire

Hubby and I really try to keep our little tribe entertained during the holidays and weekends. We’ve spent a lot of time exploring our home county of Kent, but sometimes it’s nice to venture further afield. After taking a few trips to Hertfordshire, we realised just how many awesome activities there are for children there. Here’s a round-up of my …

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How To Have A Great Christmas With No January Hangover

Christmas is a time of mixed feelings for many of us – we love getting together with friends and family members that we don’t see very often. We also love letting our hair down and maybe even getting a bit tipsy in front of It’s a Wonderful Life. This is the good bit; the not-so-good bit is wondering how to …

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Family Emirates Air Line Trip

A few months ago we were invited into London for The Dinosaurs In The Wild experience. It’s situated in the Greenwich Peninsula along with the O2 Arena, many restaurants and the Emirates Airline. Before our visit into the dinosaurs, we checked the prices of the airline trip. We was actually pretty shocked to find the cost but then we live …

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Baking A Halloween Spooky Sports Day Story

I’m all in for a seasonal bake. It’s much more fun than a seasonal craft and weirdly less mess in our case. Although admittedly they do more baking with my Mum than they do with me. As it’s Halloween season, we decided to take part in the Halloween Story bake that Betty Crocker is currently running over on their website. …

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Five Ways To Cope With The Autumn Blues

As the days get shorter, and we get less sunshine, the human body responds the only way it knows how. The levels of serotonin (the neurotransmitter responsible for our psychological mood) becomes significantly reduced, which can often lead to feelings of emptiness, tiredness, lethargy and downright grumpiness. This is what is behind the phenomenon of Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD), which …

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Luvabella Interactive Doll Review

As much as P3 adores playing with cars, she also has a great passion for role play with dolls. Although I now know that the Luvabella Doll has been a rather popular toy over the past year, I hadn’t actually heard of her. I did know that P3 would be delighted to get her hands on one and was thrilled …

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Our First Pumpkin Patch Trip

I had absolutely no intentions to go to a pumpkin patch ever! We always buy our pumpkins from the supermarket around a week before Halloween. Then all the photos starting popping up on social media and I definitely had this urge to visit a pumpkin patch purely for the photos. That’s the blogger in me you see. I researched a …

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Marsh Farm Halloween Festival

You all know that we are huge lovers of Marsh Farm. Two of the girls are the face of their Christmas advertising this year! We tend to visit during their special events, Easter and Christmas being the main ones. This year we also went to the Dinosaur Dig in September. During the October half term they had the Marsh Farm …

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How To Plan An Autumn Family Day Out

Autumn is a fantastic season to get out and about with the kids. In fact, this season is growing on me this year much more than any other year. There are lots of fun things to do as a family like the lead up to Halloween where there are lots of places running activities, being able to watch the leaves …

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Surviving a Flight with Young Children: A Guide

Travel is an essential learning tool for everyone, even children. They might not remember their trip to Italy, and they might not appreciate how historically important the Grecian ruins are, but the lessons learned when travelling go so much further than that. Children can learn how to be independent, adventurous, and respectful of other people and other cultures. There is …

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Siblings 2018 – October

I suddenly remembered last night that I had completely forgotten to create a siblings post for October. It’s the first month I’ve ever forgotten or left it this late. We’ve been so incredibly rushed off of our feet. I’ve grabbed a couple of recent photos of the girls together to showcase this month. I actually love the ones I’ve chosen …

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Poopsie Unicorn Slime Surprise Review

Poopsie Unicorn Slime Surprise brings the craze of both unicorns and slime together in one. When I saw the price tag of £49.99 I was very intrigued to find out whether it was worth this money. P2 was so excited to receive this toy. It is a huge cylinder box. The concept is much the same as an L.O.L Doll where …

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Thorpe Park Fright Nights 2018

After attending last years Fright Nights at Thorpe Park, we were excited to head back again this year. I think Hubby was definitely more excited, I get a little apprehensive at the unknown. Thorpe Park Fright Nights 2018 has 8 Scare Mazes, 2 Scare Zones, 2 Horror Attractions and 1 Escape Room. This blog post is a little run down …

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Paw Patrol: Big Screen Takeover This Half Term At Vue

The weather is definitely heading into the hit and miss territory and you may be stuck for ideas on how to entertain the kids this half term. Vue have the Paw Patrol Big Screen Takeover this half term which will be the perfect family trip out. We actually had the pleasure of attending the exclusive preview of the Paw Patrol: …

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