To Miss AL, You are doing it! You are heading out on your own into something amazing. It is a MASSIVE life event for you which I am sure is making you full of nerves and excitement! Everyone is so proud of the brilliant person you have grown into and can’t wait to see what … Continue reading An open letter to my niece as she heads off to university
Can a Sunday roast feed us for more than one day?
Little Miss I is officially a walker! And she is out of the boots given to us by the doctor. After Miss I took her first few wobbly steps in her pink NHS boots she went from strength to strength however it soon became apparent that her boots were weighing her down. The boots were … Continue reading My tips for helping baby with hip dysplasia and hyper mobility to walk
First budget meal challenge has not worked out for me. Now I was sure I would do it “because I had blogged about it!” but the truth is that is when I did the online shop for the ingredients for my seven cheap meals as suggested by my beloved Delicious Magazine I found that it … Continue reading Week one £43 meal plan
As I keep banging on about I am trying to save money in 2017 and my first attempt is to save on the food shopping. The main problem with this is that Mr C and I LOVE food! So do the girls to be fair. We want to spend less but we still want to … Continue reading Cheap meals from Delicious Magazine
Well basically I haven’t done it! Talked about it – yes, read books about cheap meals etc – yes, bought magazines with 'cheap eats' - yes, actually done anything about it – not really! Thought I would run down the list of things I thought I would do to save to pennies (by that I … Continue reading Blog update: Money saving plan for 2017
Since my last post about Miss I and her bendy ankles we have been to see the lovely orthotics department in Southampton. I was really worried about the boots we would get for her. The boots I had seen online were bulky and pretty ugly looking. First her feet were measured with an old school … Continue reading NHS boots for hyper mobile toddler