LiteCup Review

Our daughters bedtime rituals are a heavily choreographed affair involving a selection of refreshments and light shows that would give the Disney fireworks spectaculars a run for their money. Cups of specific colours, glowing clocks to switch over to night mode, star displays and colour changing animals. It’ all going off. And on. And off. And on…AGAIN. more “LiteCup Review”

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We heart sleep; Leesa Mattress Review

I think it’s fair to say that a parent’s most precious commodity is sleep. Especially in those early years when you’d take a decent nights kip over any other luxury experience, designer outfit or well, ANYTHING.  more “We heart sleep; Leesa Mattress Review”

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GUEST POST: 4 Benefits of always apologising to your children

Like every other human being on this planet, even mothers sometimes screw up. Every parent always finds themselves striving to do right by their children and that means that sometimes you may find it hard to gather the courage to apologise to your children when you make mistakes. more “GUEST POST: 4 Benefits of always apologising to your children”

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Uncommon Goods: Gorgeous garden gifts

As the warmer weather here in the UK slowly emerges, it’s the perfect time to start prettying up your garden for some summer entertaining and outdoor living.  more “Uncommon Goods: Gorgeous garden gifts”

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The G Unit visit…The Historic Dockyard Chatham

We live a short drive away from Chatham in Kent. In fact, I graduated from the Medway Greenwich University campus opposite Chatham Dockyard some years back; whilst I sat in the Maritime HQ studying chromatography, I never really gave the previous life of the buildings too much thought. more “The G Unit visit…The Historic Dockyard Chatham”

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5 flexible jobs for a career orientated Mum

Whether you are a single mum or married with children, one of the hardest things to do is reconcile work with your responsibilities as a parent. It is hard to juggle everything, but Mums have an innate ability to adapt and once they have taken the appropriate steps, they can’t be stopped. Fortunately, thanks to the internet and the great variety of job sites, one can find jobs more easily and many also offer work-at-home or part-time positions that allow parents the freedom to spend more time with the kids. more “5 flexible jobs for a career orientated Mum”

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#BoolinoFriends; My first encyclopedia of HOW?

In a world of fast moving technology, the internet and data, there just has to be a preservation of the beauty and simplicity of books. It’ something I feel so passionately about; I will often take a book for the kids read to the sidelines of swimming or gymnastics, to a restaurant or the doctors. A lone ranger in a world of kids glued to their parents phone. more “#BoolinoFriends; My first encyclopedia of HOW?”

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A Shrek-tacular Day out with Vosene Kids; Dreamworks Tours Shreks Adventure

I should start by saying that my kids are Vosene Kids, and that’s nothing new. I’ve made no secret of my love affair with the Vosene kids hair product range for a few reasons. Firstly, it is a natural head lice repellent; have you seen my girls hair? The dreaded head lice have thus been avoided so far, as nit combing those real-rapunzel locks is my actual worst nightmare. more “A Shrek-tacular Day out with Vosene Kids; Dreamworks Tours Shreks Adventure”

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Wanting a baby

“So, are you done?”. “Do you think you’ll have any more?”. “Would you like to try for a boy?”. more “Wanting a baby”

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Sloping off…an Easter blog break

So far this Easter holidays I’ve failed miserably at taking a ‘blog break’. A much needed one at that, having somehow morphed in 2017 into ‘one of those bloggers’ who posts every day. more “Sloping off…an Easter blog break”

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