The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time: Wycombe Swan Review

  With an exceptional aptitude for maths, Christopher Boone has an incredible talent but with this talent, Christopher also has to endure some incredible barriers to everyday life. These barriers and struggles are something that perhaps you and I wouldn’t have thought too much about; Christopher changes all that though in this breath-taking performance. Based on Mark Hasson’s hit novel, Simon Stephens’ has carefully and cleverly adapted the story of 15-year-old Christopher’s (Connor Curren) adventure and his trials and tribulations {Read More}

Baby and Toddler Travelling – Expert Tips for Travel Mamas

*collaborative post* Finally! The moment has come! You’ve been working hard all year long, and now, it’s time for some relaxation. You’ve decided to travel with your kids. But the last time you went on vacation, you remember that it wasn’t that fun. You’ve dealt with sickness on the road, crying, missed flights, late packing, car blowouts, you name it. After travelling with your baby, you’ve understood that it’s more complicated than it looks. But eventually, it’s all been okay {Read More}

Peter Pan Panto at The Wycombe Swan: Review

Get right into the Christmas spirit with this year’s pantomime Peter Pan. Just take the ‘second star to the right, and straight on till morning’ and let yourself be transported into the wonderful world of magic. As soon as you walk through the foyer, you’re met with the magical excitement from the families all around you. There’s a wonderful buzz about the place without the feeling of being overcrowded. Once you’ve grabbed your drink and snacks, you can make your {Read More}

Things to do this summer

With summer fast approaching and the holidays well and truly upon us, my mind has turned to how to fill up the summer holidays. With this in mind I thought I would share some ideas with you and hopefully provide you with some inspiration. Staycation With foreign holidays being so up in the air, we decided to book a UK staycation again this year. After the trauma of our cancelled holiday last year, we just felt a staycation would be {Read More}

Planning a Holiday as a Family

*collaborative post* Whether you are planning your first ever holiday as a parent, or are well-versed in going away with young children, it can be a good idea to consider how to make the trip fun, but still as safe as possible. This might be especially true if you plan to visit a different country, where changes in laws and different languages may also pose a problem. Instead, you may need to plan various aspects of your trip. For young {Read More}

Different idea for New Year’s Eve: big houses to rent

When you’re a parent, it can sometimes be hard to find people to look after the children for special occasions such as New Year’s Eve. And even if you can, it usually costs a small fortune to do so. Which is why I’ve been researching different options for this New Year’s Eve. Ever considered hiring a house? The idea that stands out to me the most would be hiring a large place to stay and getting all your friends and {Read More}

Top Tips When Travelling to America

So you’ve decided that you want to travel to America, now you need to make sure you’ve got everything you need. When entering any country, you need to make sure you have the right visa and entry requirements to ensure a stress free entry and America is no different. The United States of America is one of the most popular travel spots in around the world with Florida and New York hitting the top spots. However, to ensure your travel {Read More}

Things to Do In New York

New York is one the most glamourous travel destinations in the world. It is an American state in its own right and consists of five boroughs, the most famous of which is Manhattan. Manhattan is very densely populated and is one the world’s most important commercial, financial, and cultural centers, as well as being one of the most expensive places to live in the world meaning it attracts plenty of tourism. If New York is on your bucket list, here’s {Read More}

Dinosaur World Live : Review

Looking for a Roar-some day out? Yesterday, we were lucky enough to experience Dinosaur World Live at Wembley Park Theatre and we loved it. Dinosaur World Live is an immersive, interactive show for the whole family to enjoy. It’s aimed at children 3+ and even my 4 year old was a little frightened at times. Once you’re in the theatre, immerse yourself in the journey and learn all about some of the wonderfully life-like dinosaurs. During the 50 minute show, {Read More}

Family Fun in London

*Collaborative Post* Image source London is a great city, and you’ll always find something exciting to do in the capital. With a wide range of attractions for all ages, London is the perfect destination for family fun. Whether you’re keeping toddlers entertained, treating younger children or spending quality time with teens, you can find the perfect venues and activities in London.  Image source Natural History Museum Enchanting for everyone, the Natural History Museum is beloved by children and adults alike {Read More}