Things To Do In Norfolk – A Bloggers Guide!

Bloggers are known to review products and places and recommended the very best. So when I decided to help families out with what to do in the county of Norfolk, I thought there was no better people to ask UK parenting bloggers where they love to go. Here is the list of great places decide […]

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Our Welsh adventure with Haven – Hafan Y Mor

If you follow my social media, you might have seen that at the beginning of May we travelled to North Wales. Jonny and I have been to Wales previously but this time was obviously different. We had to take 2 small children. North Wales for us is a 6-8 hour journey depending on traffic so […]

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Our World Down Syndrome Day

Whether you stayed at home and just thought about all their achievements or spent the day with them, wearing your odd socks and sporting something blue and yellow, World Down Syndrome Day was an amazing day to think about and spend time with the person in your life that happens to have Down Syndrome. I […]

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Family Crafts For WWF Earth Hour!

This year WWF Earth Hour is on the 24th March at 8.30pm, it is an hour in which every year more than a million people switch off their lights. It is to show that they care about the global change to our planet. WWF want to inspire more and more families every year to join […]

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If We Could Go Anywhere? – A Honeymoon Abroad

When Jonny and I got married in 2015, we never planned a honeymoon abroad. Jonny has never been on a plane so it didn’t really cross our minds to plan a “big” honeymoon in another country. As a child I did go abroad a lot, I was so lucky to be able to travel to […]

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What does World Down Syndrome Day mean to you?

World Down Syndrome Day (21st March) is a day celebrated by people with Down Syndrome and their family and friends around the world. Collectively the day is a way to raise awareness and celebrate every achievement whether it be big or small. World Down Syndrome Day will have a special meaning to some families. To […]

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