Top Italian Locations for You and the Kids

Italy is a fantastic choice for a family holiday- whether you are looking for sunny beaches, spectacular mountains and lakes, history, art or of course unbeatable food and fresh wine. Plus, there are loads of things for kids to see and do, as well as destinations that offer a great way to teach them about history as they can see it with their own eyes. more “Top Italian Locations for You and the Kids”

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Can you eat your your way to happiness?

If you read my #BlogSquad post for www.meetothermums.com this month, you’ll know that a couple of weeks back I was having a rubbish day, week, moment…meh. more “Can you eat your your way to happiness?”

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The curse of being a dark haired woman

I’ve often listened to very fair haired people talk about having to wear mascara everyday, and draw on eyebrows, and wondered what that must be like. It’s not a problem I’ve ever had having very dark features, but that comes with it’s own trials and tribulations; It’s hard work not looking like a yeti. more “The curse of being a dark haired woman”

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High Five to the honest Mum blogs #solidaritea

There was an article this week on some newspaper or other that gave parenting bloggers a right old bashing. Bloggers, who, like me like to keep it real when reporting the daily (and nightly) grind of being a Mum. more “High Five to the honest Mum blogs #solidaritea”

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Enjoying a Family Holiday without Pulling (all) Your Hair Out

We all know the stress of planning for a family holiday; what with choosing the destination that is right for everybody (including children), buying plane tickets and reserving the right accommodation early so as to avoid the high prices of the tourist seasons, and preparing your (and the kid’s) luggage, it can be overwhelming for anybody. more “Enjoying a Family Holiday without Pulling (all) Your Hair Out”

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If soft furnishings could talk…

When it comes to the interiors of our home, we’ve made some pretty critical decisions regarding soft furnishings at various stages in life. more “If soft furnishings could talk…”

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Flying Solo

There comes a point in most of our lives as parents, when we have to go it alone for a period of time. I’m talking about whether for business or pleasure, when you’re left keeping the home fires burning while your other half is away from home. more “Flying Solo”

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The Mother Feminist

This post was originally featured on Emma’s blog, www.Islandliving365.com as a guest post for her Mother Feminist series. more “The Mother Feminist”

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Potty training; a different approach second time around

I once swore to myself I would never write a post about potty training. After all, who wants to read about someone else’s wee and poo?

Other Mums of two year olds, that’s who. more “Potty training; a different approach second time around”

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#coolmumclub Linky week 65

Welcome to another Thursday edition of your one and only #coolmumclub. Things here are hectic as ever, the eyes are on the prize of a half term break on the school run, the blog front and the general day to day madness.

more “#coolmumclub Linky week 65”

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