On Monday the five of us will be jumping in the car and heading down to 'hopefully' sunny Cornwall for a week in our trusty tent. Mr C and I both have lists of things we need to take but these lists are very different. Mine tends to be food and meals plans! Let's start … Continue reading Camping: the ‘essentials’ list
My children are now four and seven so breast feeding is a distant memory but the bottle v breast will continue to rumble on as long as women are giving birth to babies. The decision every new mum makes it a tough one but hopefully it is a personal one and one they make with … Continue reading Boob v bottle – does it really matter?!
Recently I have been having lots of conversations about favourites. Favourite foods, movies, music...etc etc. So I thought I would share some and I hope you do to... Favourite television show - I am all about Hand Maids Tale at the moment. There is obvs loads of other great stuff to watch right now (Killing … Continue reading My favourite things…
Any parent will tell you that there are times when you need to take some time out for yourself. And this weekend Mr C and I did just that! Why take a child free break?After an unexpected PPI return (if you haven’t checked then try Resolver – easy to check and I never expected getting … Continue reading Getting over the half term madness!
I am not going to lie; we are a family of campers. We love sleeping out under canvas and have all the gear (half of it we don’t even need!). The bit we aren’t keen on - and has often tested mine and Mr C’s relationship to the limits - is the getting all the … Continue reading Can a weekend in a yurt turn us from campers to glampers?
From the moment that you wee on the stick and the little blue lines appear you are told about all the different things you will need for your baby. But what about you?! These are all the things that I think parents need to get them through those first few months (I mean years!). 1. … Continue reading My ten parent essentials
I am a firm believer of getting the kids out but I am also a fan of spending time with other grown ups. With this in mind, my mum and I took a day out of our busy lives to hang out and walk around Kew Gardens. Visiting Kew Gardens From Feb to March Kew … Continue reading A Day out without the kids