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Meeting Father Christmas at Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park

  • December 4, 2018
Meeting Father Christmas at Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park

This weekend was out first Christmassy event of the year – we were invited to be one of the first to visit Father Christmas at Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park. We have been to the SEA LIFE Adventure Park before and had a great time, so thought we’d head down there early to spend some time looking around first. The weather was miserable, but luckily the rain mostly held off as a >>

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Retail Therapy At Clarks Village Outlet Shopping

  • June 12, 2018

Everyone needs a bit of retail therapy now and again, but when you have kids it doesn’t happen that often does it? Clarks Village Outlet Shopping in Street, Somerset is celebrating its 25th year and we headed over to check out the shops and grab a bargain. If you’re in the South West and like shopping, read on… I can remember visiting Clarks Village when it first opened in ’93. >>

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How To Teach Kids Spanish With One Third Stories

  • April 5, 2018

Being able to speak another language is an amazing skill to have, and the younger the child the easier it is to pick up a new language. I’m not at all fluent in Spanish but did well in my GCSE and know enough to get by. We’ve visited Spain a fair bit and I’ve taught Little H the basics like numbers, colours and animals. If you want to teach kids >>

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Make Birthday Party Invitations Easy With Paperless Post

  • January 30, 2018

If you’re planning a kids’ birthday party, or have done before, you’ll know there’s loads to organise. It’s a stressful thing, especially when all the school mums seem to compete for who can pull off the best Pinterest-worthy party. You can cross one thing off your birthday party to-do list by ordering and sending your invitations online from Paperless Post. As well as being really easy to do from the comfort >>

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Trees & Baubles – The Christmas Blog Hop With Balsam Hill

  • December 2, 2017

It’s the first weekend of December and the tree is up. This is the earliest we’ve ever done it, normally it’s the middle of the month and we’re only just getting into the Christmas spirit. This year we were invited to take part in the Christmas Blog Hop with Balsam Hill so my festive spirit has arrived early! The 1st December arrived and I felt quite excited about Christmas. I drove to >>

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Numbugz – A Fun Way To Practice Maths

  • November 24, 2017

Little H is now in Year 2 and the work is getting noticeably harder, especially the maths. She’s quite good at maths when she puts her mind to it but it does take a bit of explaining sometimes. I very was interested to try out a new travel game from Plyt called NumBugz. As the name suggests it’s all based around numbers and I’d much prefer to play games as a >>

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Whizz Bang Pop – A Magazine For Science Mad Kids!

  • October 6, 2017

Little H loves science – apparently, she wants to be a scientist when she grows up – so we were excited to review the fab Whizz Pop Bang kids’ science magazine. Whizz Pop Bang is an award-winning children’s science magazine making science fun and engaging for 6-11 year old’s. Each magazine is packed full of hands-on experiments, fascinating facts, science news and discoveries, as well as interviews with real scientists. The issue we >>

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Luxury Roses From Prestige Flowers

  • September 29, 2017

I love getting flowers. Unfortunately, it only happens 3 times a year these days – Valentines Day, Mothers Day and our wedding anniversary. I do buy myself a bunch of supermarket flowers every so often as I always think having flowers in the house makes such a difference. Last week I was sent some beautiful, luxury flowers from Prestige Flowers which was a lovely surprise to come home from work >>

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Exploring The Deep At Weymouth Sealife Adventure Park

  • September 15, 2017

Last weekend we were invited to the Weymouth Sealife Adventure Park to explore CBBC’s The Deep: Junior Nekton Academy. The Deep experience involves a series of themed interactive explorer zones with exciting puzzles to help kids explore life under the sea. Adventurers who successfully solve the puzzles will earn themselves the honorary title of ‘Junior Nekton’ and win a special prize. The Deep runs from Saturday September 9th – Sunday September 1st. >>

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Perfect Gifts For Any Occasion At Uncommon Goods

  • August 22, 2017

We’re coming up to the time of year when I spend a lot of time (and money!) searching for birthday gifts for family members – we have so many birthdays in September and October! I always struggle to think of things to buy, especially for the parents and grandparents, so when Uncommon Goods got in touch I was excited to have a look through their website. The site is full of creative >>

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