Our household has always enjoyed reading books, reading is part of our daily routine and we have an extensive collection of books which the children enjoy.
I am particularly keen on reading books which provide educational information to the children through an informal and enjoyable format. Books which offer the children support and understanding of the World in which they live are hugely beneficial not only for them but for us as parents.
Anything which can offer a little guidance and support here and there for children certainly gets my thumbs up, this is certainly the case for three travel based books which we were recently sent to read and review.…
I am finally feeling back to myself and now have a whole load of housework and chores to catch up on from the past week or two.
I’m not entirely sure what I did before having children but I am damn sure that I didn’t spend half as much time cleaning and washing the house and it’s contents. I’m not saying that I was a dirty girl as being a OCD freak I am pretty sure that I kept the house looking tidy back then.
Whether it’s spending more time in the house and therefore being more aware of my surroundings or if it’s simply having children I’m not sure.…
Ahoy Matey! Welcome Aboard #TuesdayTreasures
Welcome to this weeks #TuesdayTreasures blog linky with myself and the lovely Angela from Adventures In Websterland.
#TuesdayTreasures is for bloggers from all walks of life, whether you are a parenting, lifestyle or any other type of blogger you are welcome to join in and to share your posts new and old.
The Blog With The Booty
Each week one post which has been added to the #TuesdayTreasures linky is selected by both Angela and myself to share with you all resulting in two winning posts (a winner is chosen by each of us).
I have always fancied becoming a minimalist but lack the storage space to hide all my nik-naks, that and I am unable to let go of things due to sentimental value or foolishness.…
Welcome to this weeks #LivingArrows post, a weekly post in which I share a snap of my kids, the two people in this World that keep me going…
It’s been a hectic week with one thing or another but I can finally report that I feel a whole lot better than I did this time last week.
The sunshine has also come out to play which has well and truly lifted my spirits, there’s nothing better than the feeling of the warmth from your sun on your face as you take a walk outside.
For now though rather than launching into a lengthy blog post (which I will no doubt do at some point further along in the week) I will share this simple picture of my very own ‘little Sunshines’
My Two Little Sunshines
They might wake me in the middle of the night for no real reason, they might kick up a fuss about their food, they cause chaos but without these guys life wouldn’t be the same, they are my World.…
I’m afraid I won’t be sharing a scenic view for #MySundayPhoto this week as I haven’t had the time nor inclination to get out much with being so unwell. I will however share something equally as beautiful as a sunrise or sunset, that being my Son.
As you may have read in my previous posts, J is currently Pirate obsessed. A simple Pirate hat and bandana has led him to believe he is the next Captain J Sparrow. He may be seven-years old but he can still fit into my laundry basket which is precisely where I found him sailing across our bedroom the other day.…