My Captured Moment

  For My captured moment this week I’ve been looking back through some photos from last summer and decided to share this photo, It’s me and Lottie at a family party. She looks so dinky, I don’t have many pictures of me with this kids as I’m usually the one taking them! So I love this one check out her Mohawk! I forget what a bald little thing she was now her hairs really getting long and starting to curl at the ends so I’m expecting ringlets just like her sisters!

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My Pushchair History

Last month saw me finally more from a proper big pushchair to a stroller about 5 years since I bought my first pushchair when we were expecting Maisy I hadn’t realised over the next few years just how many I’d get through. It’s a little sad now thinking my two big girls no longer need one and it will only be a matter of time until Lottie out grows hers and were a pushchair-less family how strange will that be! Today I’m looking back through my pushchair history and how what I look for in a push chair has changed…

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Folly Farm

Ive mentioned more than once that recently we were invited to stay at the stunning Bluestone in Wales we spent a very happy few days in the resort and you can read more in my full review. On the Friday when we were headed home we decided to stop off at Folly Farm Adventure Park and Zoo I’d heard some really great things about it funnily enough Maisy actually picked up a leaflet when we stopped at services and was begging us to go , I was so pleased when I realised it was only a 10 minute drive from Bluestone. Folly…

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My Captured Moment – Mothers Day 2015

My contribution to this weeks my captured moment is a snap I caught of the girls on the beach this mothers day. Theres nothing particularly special about this beach its close to our house and right next to the park so we decided to take a little walk and the girls HAD to go look for some stones obvs we took home pockets full Maisy’s still hoarding a few shells, or shelves and she calls them, somewhere round the house, The photos aren’t especially fancy – were just captured on my iPhone and I haven’t edited them, but this half…

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It Wasn’t Me!

One of the great things about toddlers is they’re usually pretty naive, I usually use this to my full advantage when I want to get to the bottom of a situation  – picture the scene I walk into the bathroom the loo roll is completely unrolled and shoved in the toilet while both taps are still running – yay. “Girl’s! Whats happened in here!” Now up until recently if I ask this question I usually get a quite honest answer, they’ll gladly admit what they have done, not quite grasping the art of telling fibs or bending the truth as…

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