Our Christmas Story with LaplandUK

A couple of weeks ago we were lucky enough to be invited to LaplandUK to see how spectacular it is for ourselves. Now I really could go on and on about all the wonderful elements there are to LaplandUK and how much fun we all had there but instead I thought I’d write it in the style of Clement Clarke Moore’s poem ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’. I have also turned this poem into our very own book so that every {Read More}

Reasons I’d love to take the children to Tenerife

I’ve been to Tenerife a couple of times over the years; as a teenager with my family and with the girls for my hen party and both times were fantastic but for very different reasons. As a teen, one of my favourite memories from our holiday to Tenerife was cycling down Mount Teide. It was so much fun and the whole family enjoyed it. The volcano last erupted over 100 years ago and is one of the largest volcanoes in {Read More}

Buzz in for Summer Fun with Wyevale

Six weeks can be a long time to keep the children entertained and sometimes, especially with our unpredictable weather, going out and keeping the children amused can become quite expensive. So when I heard about Wyevale’s Buzz in for Summer Fun events, I couldn’t wait to get the children involved. We got booked into two sessions: Buzz in for Summer Fun – Potty for Bees and the Breakfast with Buzzy Bee to keep the children entertained. Unfortunately for us, the {Read More}

Splendiferous Summer with Roald Dahl and Mr Kipling

A little over a week ago we were kindly invited by Cirkle PR to a lovely event at The Roald Dahl Museum in Great Missenden to celebrate their collaboration with Mr Kipling. Well who would turn down the opportunity to visit such a gorgeous place – especially with the added attraction of hearing about (and perhaps sampling more than just a couple) of the scrumptious Mr Kipling Cakes! I don’t live far from The Roald Dahl Museum at all but {Read More}

Indoor activities to do with the kids

Yes, I know it’s been warm recently and you probably don’t want to be thinking about indoor activities, but I’ve found over the summer so far that there are still days where being inside is necessary or (don’t hate me for saying this!) you’ve had a little bit too much outside for one day. It’s important to have a backup over the summer, particularly for those times when the weather forecast looks a little uncertain (it is Britain after all!). {Read More}

Legoland Hotel Deals – just £99 for 4!

Are you looking for Legoland Hotel deals? It’s safe to say that as a family, we are more than just a little bit Legoland crazy! Since Isabella was two-years-old, we’ve enjoyed family days at Legoland and have always enjoyed our time there. It could end up costing a fortune with ticket prices, food and hotel prices, let alone gift shop purchases. However, I’m always on the hunt for a good bargain and here’s how we managed to spend the night {Read More}

Woolacombe Sands Holiday Park: Review

At the end of August, we went on a brilliant UK holiday to Devon with my parents and stayed at Woolacombe Sands Holiday Park. My parents took pity on us as we weren’t going to have a holiday this year and they kindly invited us to come on theirs. I jumped at the chance and we spent some time discussing how we could meet the needs of three generations during a week’s holiday. I think I can safely say my {Read More}

The Cake That Made Christmas

Christmas is coming round quickly now and for lots of us it is easy to get caught up in the moment of buying lots of presents and spending lots of money on toys, gifts and food. I know I have been one of those crazed parents on the hunt for a Hatchimal because that’s the one gift my eldest has latched onto this year. While I know that Christmas isn’t about the presents, to my 4-year-old who very much believes {Read More}

Garden fun: Bug Hunting

Towards the end of last month was National Insect Week (20th -26th June) and to celebrate, Anthisan sent us a lovely bug hunting kit. Even though we haven’t been having the best weather this summer, we’ve been out hunting in the garden and talking about the importance of bugs and insects.Isabella is a real girly girl; I mean, she’s been known to scream a truly harrowing scream because an ant was on her slide (I honestly thought she had fallen {Read More}

Bluestone Wales: Review

Nestled within the gorgeous Pembrokeshire countryside lies the golden treasure that is Bluestone Wales – 500 acres of magnificent woodland and eco-friendly lodges. If you’re looking for a UK holiday that will keep the whole family entertained, you have to check it out – it’s even Britain’s only Coastal National Park and we loved it! Off the M4, Bluestone National Park is well signposted and easy to reach. Although it’s a relatively long journey for us (it was just over {Read More}

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