National Trust Adventures – Kingston Lacy

Kingston Lacy is definitely my most local National Trust spot. Being less than a half hour drive we do visit regularly, it’s such a great picnic spot and so beautiful all year round. The weekend just gone started out cloudy but warm so we packed up a picnic and headed on down for some fresh air and flower spotting. It went from being a warmish cloudy day to a baking hot day so quickly! What’s nice about Kingston Lacy is there is so much outdoor space but also so many shady spots too. The front lawn is perfect for picnics…

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Savvy Gift Idea’s This Father’s Day

Father’s Day is very almost upon us! Is it just me or does it feel like there is always a birthday/event going on. Just when I recover from one another pops up! Father’s Day is a funny one for me I have my own dad to buy for and I also have the girls dad to buy for. They forget to mention you’ll be out of pocket twice when you have children. Obviously I am not with the girls dad any more but we do keep things as normal as possible for the kids and get them a little something…

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Week Day Walks

Thursday is always a Mummy and Lottie day in our household; with the girls both busy at school I try to make sure we get outside and do something fun together. It’s becoming so real that next year Lottie will be getting ready to start school and I will be spending all my week days alone! Productivity will be seriously high without my little distractions but I will miss these days so much. We took ourselves for an early morning last week, I took a bunch of photos and I just really wanted to post them. My cheeky little girl…

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Why is my baby crying?

  The baby days seem so far away from me now, it was well over 6 years ago now that I was sat having those all too precious new born snuggles with my first born – I miss those days when I just used to lose hours staring into those big green eyes. It wasn’t all rainbows and sunshine; babies are well babies. A baby is born and instantly it becomes the biggest thing in your life, they need so much care, love and attention and the only way they can communicate their needs is through crying. It leaves us parents playing the guessing…

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Mum Hacks For Fussy Eaters

Fussy Eaters…. Hands up, who’s got one? I have at one point or another had three! I really believe that most (I say most because you get the odd few that just stun us all) children go through a fussy stage. All three of my daughters certainly have; Maisy was for sure the worst she went through a stage of eating only carrots. Bella went through a I’m not eating any veg stage and Lottie has always just been a little bit picky. It can be a really stressful time, when your child isn’t eating the foods you know they should…

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