Toddler-friendly walks in South Cornwall
He Said/She Said by Erin Kelly My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book grew on me. At first I found it a little slow-going (hence four, rather than five, stars), but the storyline was intriguing, with an uneasy undertone. But like most great books, once embroiled in the story, I couldn’t put it down.… Continue reading Book Review: He Said/She Said, by Erin Kelly
It’s a quick post this evening, as I’m meant to be in a virtual college lesson, but I wanted to share a little rite of passage from this evening… My first baby has just lost her first tooth! I apologise now to anyone who finds this boring or unimportant but it’s a huge thing for… Continue reading Did you ever dream you swallowed a tooth?
This isn’t the first time we’ve been here, but as the girls totally loved their ‘grand day out’ (which was meant to be Brighton, but that’s another story), I felt compelled to share this little gem for anyone looking for a spontaneous free* day out. Situated just outside of Northampton, Brixworth Country Park is free… Continue reading Days out with kids: Brixworth Country Park, Northampton
Blood Dark by Lindsay J. Pryor My rating: 5 of 5 stars Every time I read a new instalment in the Blackthorn series, it’s touch and go whether they will top my favourite (which happens to be Blood Roses – the second book in the series of eight). I love all of the Blackthorn books… Continue reading Book Review: Blood Dark by Lindsay J. Pryor
We visited the MK Museum for A Victorian Family Christmas at the beginning of December, and were pleasantly surprised at the vast amount of artefacts, displays and historical re-enactments available for the whole family. A ticket into the museum grants you repeated access for 12 months from the date of purchase. Stepping back in time… Continue reading Days out with kids: Milton Keynes Museum Review
Having children changes you. One minute you’re a person, with your own identity, a job – which you either love or hate – and a life you take for granted as your own. The next minute (well, nine months later, obviously) you’re a mum. People lavish you with attention, everything is new and fun and… Continue reading Has becoming a parent changed you?