Celebrations/ Seasonal, Crafting, Parenting, Preschool and Toddler Age, Tween Stuff

Decorating for Easter on a Budget!

I have mentioned it before, I love a theme / celebration.  Easter to me is perfect as it’s like Christmas without all the stress of purchasing numerous presents and doesn’t lead to a dent in your bank account! A long weekend of eating and drinking, seeing family and hopefully a few brighter spring days is a winner in my eyes. Continue reading “Decorating for Easter on a Budget!”


Snow day like home!

Living Arrows 2018 (10/53)

“You are the bows from which your children as living arrows are sent forth”. Kahlil Gibran

If you’re new to my blog then welcome and this weekly living arrows link up was created by the lovely Donna at ‘What the redhead says’. I’m really enjoying the way I can incorporate my children’s memories into a weekly round up of our news.  If you are also fairly new to blogging like myself then pop over and join in! Continue reading “Snow day like home!”


Who Runs The World – Girls!

As it’s International Women’s Day today it’s got me thinking all about the strong female role models that are in my kids’ lives and how they can shape my                                                                                                                                    perceptions of women of today and going forward as they grow. Continue reading “Who Runs The World – Girls!”


What my 1 year old Eats in a Day

If you’re stuck for ideas on what to feed your baby/toddler and just fancy some inspiration, do you ever look at YouTube? I often enjoy watching food videos for feeding Florence and all the family.  Here is my recent video, which is a collaboration with two of my good friends that I have met through this crazy social media world! Both Amy and Kirsty enjoy documenting what food they enjoy as a family, so we thought what better than to join forces on this video.

I do hope you enjoy!