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June 2014

    And there goes June..


    I can’t quite believe it’s July tomorrow. We are more than half way through the year and looking back it’s been a tough year but it’s also been full of exciting family adventures and I’m grateful that we’re in a position to be able to enjoy our weekends as a family and spend time together.

    This weekend was no exception. We spent a couple of nights away from home enjoying the peace and luxury of Chesford Grange Hotel. We went there for a follow up blog review (you can read my first review written last year here) with an added bonus trip to Warwick Castle but most importantly we used the time away to spend time together playing games, reading books, swimming and enjoying each others company.

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  • G is for… | The Alphabet Photography Project

    G is for GREEN This weekend we had the pleasure of staying at a lovely Warwickshire hotel (for a blog review coming up soon) and we were lucky enough to have a door onto…

  • Making do and saving up.. Our kitchen story

    When we first moved into our home, we didn’t have a lot of money. I was in my final year at University living in Preston and my then boyfriend (now hubby) was going into his…

  • Review: TOMY TFV600 Digital Video Baby Monitor

    A baby monitor is one of the must haves that I personally believe all parents with young children need. They can help give parents peace of mind knowing that their little ones are safe in…

  • F is for… | The Alphabet Photography Project

    F is for.. FRIENDSHIPS This weekend I attended ‘the’ blogging conference of the year, BritMumsLive. It was an event I had been looking forward to for such a long time and although I was nervous,…

  • Top tips for unhappy swim babies

    Little Mr has been having swimming lessons over the last six weeks with SwimTime, courtesy of Konfidence as part of our Ambassador role. Unfortunately, it seems my once happy swim baby has grown into…

  • Little Mr – 16 months on..

    It seems, all of a sudden, you’ve become a little man; no longer my baby and most definitely an independent little boy who is curious about the world you see around you. You’re interested in…