Escaping The January Blues

  • January 28, 2017

A new year equals exciting new plans, and what’s more exciting than planning an adventure? Last year we went on an amazing adventure to Disney World, so we’re definitely not going to top that in 2017 but we already have some other ideas. We’re aiming to get out and explore our local area more over the next few months, visiting some great places – some we’ve never been to, and others >>

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Our Visit To Hogwarts – The Warner Bros. Studio Tour

  • January 6, 2017

This Christmas we had an amazing family day out being complete Potter geeks at the Warner Bros. Studios Tour! Look away now if you haven’t visited and don’t want any spoilers as I have lots of photos to share… The husband and I had been before when it first opened – it was actually one of our first days to ourselves after having Little H. We are big Potter fans – we did once >>

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Family Friendly Halloween Films

  • October 29, 2016
Family Friendly Halloween Films

The kids are dressed up, you’ve carved pumpkins, decorated the lounge and have the sweets ready. But what spooky film are you going to sit down and watch together? What Halloween movies are suitable for children? It’s hard to know which films you can watch with younger kids without scaring them too much. Here is a list of our favourite family friendly Halloween films to watch with small children… Disclaimer: >>

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10 Inspirational Quotes From Kids’ Movies

  • May 2, 2016

Everyone loves a good motivational quote every now and then, and I’ve spotted quite a few gems in the many kid’s films I have to watch with Little H. Both children and adults alike could be inspired by some of these words. There’s some lines from films that I quote to Little H sometimes such as “Jessie always finds a way” (Toy Story of Terror) when she says she can’t do >>

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The Good Dinosaur – Our Review

  • December 11, 2015

Last weekend we went on a family trip to the cinema to see Disney Pixar’s The Good Dinosaur. The main storyline of the film, which is based around the question “What if an asteroid hadn’t hit the earth and wiped out the dinosaurs?”, follows an Apatosaurus called Arlo who embarks on a journey, faces his fears and befriends a little cave boy along the way. I’d read some reviews when the >>

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