My Stokke Xplory!

As people who know me know, I am a massive buggy fanatic. I’ve loved them since I was a child playing with my dolls and when I became an adult I knew which set of wheels I was going to purchase even before I knew when I’d like to have the children to put in one. I’m not entirely sure what it is I love so much about pushing a pram? I just do! But I do know, as with […]

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British Summer Time Festival!

On Sunday we went with the children and friends to the very last day of the British Summer Time Festival. I’d run a competition on my blog to win tickets and the more I wrote about it the more it made me want to go myself! I knew it’d be a great day out for the whole family with a really chilled festival vibe and I just had a hunch that even though the acts were geared up for little ones […]

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The Careway Two Week Tooth Challenge – Part 1!

When over 2,000 adults took part in a survey about tooth care in their families it was revealed that one in five parents don’t have the time to oversee children cleaning their teeth. Two minutes is the recommended time that we brush but it’s no surprise the children aren’t being observed when the survey also flagged up that more than two thirds of the adults brushed for less than the recommended time themselves! Apparently only 15% of them were informed of […]

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Father’s Day – Fathercare!

Being married to a blogger means that my life in words (and pictures) is documented on social media ALL the time. I don’t mind really but it also means when I go out to a football match (Norwich just went up, up, UP) I have to cope with the fact when I get home, a little bit worse for a couple of beers (aherm), I am likely to have a photograph of my snoring face plastered on Twitter and none […]

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Tesco’s Vegetarian Kitchen!

I missed the launch party for a new vegetarian range at Tesco a few weeks ago but have seen many, many good things on social media about it since. Tesco’s new Vegetarian Kitchen is made up from a selection of ready meals and items like mushroom burgers or cheese and leek sausages (which are just up my street) and the social media world has been alight with positive reports! I was asked if I’d like to try some of the […]

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It’s National Picnic Week With Warburtons!

That’s right, the sun is out and the parks near us are fit to bursting with happy faces; it couldn’t be a better week to be deemed ‘National Picnic Week’! We are regular picnic fans even when it’s not a dedicated special week so of course, we have got well and truly stuck into picnic mode now that it is! In order to celebrate we took a picnic to our local park with a gorgeous hamper sent to us by Warburtons. […]

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How To Choose The Right Driving Instructor For Your Teen

As a parent, you always want what’s best for your child. You want them to have the best school and the right teachers to guide them as well. This is also true when it comes to helping your teen learn to drive. For some teens driving comes naturally and for others it takes longer to grasp the skills required. But, whether they have a natural flair for getting behind the wheel or not, they will need expert help to get […]

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5 Unusual ‘Hello Kitty’ Themed Products And Services

Hello Kitty fever is spreading across the world with the character not only adorning outfits like the ones here, but providing a complete Hello Kitty experience in some of the most bizarre and unexpected places. Here are some of the unusual products and services inspired by the beloved Sanrio character – purr-fect for Hello Kitty fans! Hello Kitty Restaurant If you are a lover of Hello Kitty and Chinese cuisine tickles your taste buds, then you are in for a […]

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Schooling With Nutmeg!

A couple of week’s ago I was invited with the children to come and see the new school range for Nutmeg. This is the children’s clothing line held at Morrisons and in general, one of my favourites for lots of reasons. The regular clothes are well made, inexpensive and usually extremely to my taste – they make children look like children and not like mini adults in other words! They also use really interesting materials like their jogging bottoms which […]

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New Looks!

I often find myself sneering slightly when celebrities talk of their ‘beauty secrets’… Take this week for example, it was a big shiny female celeb’s milestone birthday and with pictures of her flashing up all over day time television alongside captions like ‘see how she stays looking so young in our feature’ and ‘Fabulous still but HOW does she do it?’ it made me groan to myself, if only they were honest when detailing her ‘beauty secrets’ they’d just give out the name […]

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