Win family tickets to see Babe, The Sheep-Pig live on stage PLUS a meet & Greet

Win family tickets to see Babe, The Sheep-Pig

Adapted from Dick King-Smith’s much-loved children’s novel which inspired the Oscar-winning 1995 film,  is arriving on stage in 2017 in a major UK Tour. Featuring stunning puppetry, an original score and an utterly charming ‘baa-ber sheep’ quartet, it tells the story of the lovable Babe in a heart-warming tale of friendship, adventure and bravery. Having seenRead more

Life On The Go and making the most of life

Prior to having the children I pretty much lived life day to day, or at the very least week to week.  I was working as a Nanny and living with my parents still in my early twenties – life during the week was designated to working however I worked a 4 day week with FridayRead more

A family scavenger hunt in London

A little while ago I told you about the new exhibition which will be joining the Science Museum shortly, Wonderlab: The Statoil Gallery a new interactive experience for all the family. There is a competition running in conjunction with Wonderlab: The Statoil Gallery by the sponsors of this exhibition, the competition takes the form of a family scavengerRead more

Surviving the Summer holidays – So far at least

Park picnic, surviving the summer holidays

With the children off of school for another 2 weeks so far we are surviving the summer holidays and on a MASSIVE parenting WIN we haven’t had any ‘I’m bored’ moans yet.  I’m taking that as a huge win as they can come home from a fun filled day out usually and start complaining of having nothingRead more

Thomas and Friends: The Great Race #TeamThomas

Last weekend we were lucky enough to be invited to London to the premiere of the latest Thomas the Tank Engine movie: The Great Race, this was held at the Kings Cross Theatre. We were greeted by Sir Topham Hat alongside Rusty and Dusty who were happy to pose for photos with the children andRead more

My Sunday photo

This weekend we’ve been to a family wedding.  While everyone was having their photo’s taken the children took themselves off quietly to play with flowers. The sun was shining and they happily amused themselves by running around the trees playing hide and seek and picking flowers to throw at each other as confetti. It wasRead more

A good old fashioned picnic in the garden

Finally we have seen a change in the weather and myself and the children have spent a LOT of time in the garden. Last weekend I was actually able to mow the lawn for the first time this year, I had been meaning to however when I finally managed to motivated myself enough it wasRead more

Keeping stress at bay through laughter

Our Easter holidays are almost over now, which is rather sad seeing as some of the children’s friends are just starting theirs.  The holidays have been strange here – schools 10 minutes down the road broke up yesterday for two weeks, my Mum’s school included (she is a school cook), while my children broke upRead more

Family days out in North Wales

“I’m bored” is a sentence that goes off like a klaxon in some houses – particularly during the school holidays! It can be the canary in the coal mine for mischief, and it’s best headed off at the pass before someone ends up with steam coming out of their ears (that’s usually me in thisRead more

Planning our February Half Term

I know the children have only just gone back to school and I should be jumping around and enjoying my freedom after them being home for two weeks, or at least that’s what many on my social media timelines are doing but I miss them. I like it when they are at home and letsRead more