May Bucket List

Last month I joined in with Twinderelmo‘s monthly bucket list and I really loved the idea so am back for more! Quick look back over last month’s and how I got on you can read the whole list here… So ones I did really good at were getting out and about lots we had a lovely Easter half term particularly enjoyed our day out to Kingston Lacy and me and Maisy had a lovely time up in London! I also put up a bunch of pictures on the house – all by my self! Who need’s a man, a couple might be…

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What Goes On In their Little Brians?

Children are mysterious little things aren’t they just when we think we know them they throw us one hell of a curve ball and everything can go a little tits up, have you ever thought about diving into a child’s mind I just wonder what we might find. What is actually going on in their little heads? For my girls the biggest part would be there imagination – they have huge imaginations particularly Maisy who is always off in la-la land dressing up and role play is her most favourite thing to do, it’s the cutest thing to watch especially when…

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Maisy’s First Trip To London

This time last year I hadn’t step foot in London for years, the idea of traveling up there and lugging around some small children filled me with dread – I’m not gunna lie the city scared me a little. Since I started my little blog opportunities kept popping up and the majority of these were in London, so the last few months I have been up a couple of times by myself for one thing or another and realised that it’s not actually so bad  I really do quite enjoy it – don’t think I could ever live there but its fun for…

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Getting Organised For National Stationery Week

Now some of you may or may not know this but today is the start of National stationery week, the aim of this week is to encourage more people to put pen (and pencil) to paper by getting them talking about stationery and the importance of writing by hand. Nowadays we are quick to jot notes in our phones or send an e-mail over a hand written letter, but writing is just as important as ever – I myself am a little bit of a stationery junky there’s something about pretty note books and diary’s I just cannot resist.   So for…

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Pink Lining Notting Hill Tote – Review

I have been very lucky recently and been working with Pink Lining to review one of their beautiful changing bags – I love Pink lining products so much this is the second change bag I’ve had now and they are just so pretty but still really practical. The worst bit about them is having to make that tough choice of which one you want! So my last change bag was the from the Blooming Gorgeous range I loved this bag so much I think it was just the perfect size for all the new-born essentials and 2 toddlers random bits and bobs as…

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